What Is the Psae Test?

What Is the Psae Test?

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The Psae test, or Post-Secondary Education Application Profile, is a test that determines your eligibility for admission to the universities or college programs of your choice. The test is administered by the ACT organization and focuses on your knowledge of English, reading, writing, and math. This test is available in either paper or computer-based format. The computer-based test is administered on a computer in a test center. The paper-based test is administered in a traditional classroom with a proctor. The test consists of:

English section: 90 minutes, 50 questions

90 minutes, 50 questions Math section: 90 minutes, 40 questions

90 minutes, 40 questions Reading section: 90 minutes, 40 questions

90 minutes, 40 questions Science section: 90 minutes, 40 questions

The Reading, English, and Science sections are scored separately and can be taken in any order. The Math section is scored on a scale of 1-36. The scores from the English, Reading, Science, and Math sections are combined to produce a composite score which is on a scale of 1-36. The test is taken on a computer in a test center; it may be taken at a high school, college, or testing center.

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