What is the minimum ACT to be eligible?

 In the NCAA, the requirements for the ACT scores vary from Division I and Division 2. In Division I, the NCAA uses a sliding scale to match test scores and core GPAs. The sliding scale can be found in the NCAA’s Guide for the College Bound Student-Athlete. In Division 2, the NCAA requires a […]

How do I take the ACT?

For college admissions, you will be required to take either the SAT or ACT. In order to take the ACT, you will need to register for a scheduled test date. You can do this on the College Board website at When you go to register, make sure you register for a date that works […]

What is the ACT?

The ACT is a standardized test used by the NCAA, NAIA, and individual collegiate institutions to determine eligibility and admissions. The ACT is comprised of four sections: math, English, science reasoning, and reading. The NCAA uses a sliding scale to determine the correlation between ACT score and core-course GPA. Here is the NCAA sliding scale. […]

How do I submit my SAT and/or ACT scores to the NAIA Eligibility Center?

In order to be cleared by the NAIA Eligibility Center, you need to send your official SAT and/or ACT scores to them. You can put the NAIA Eligibility Center on the list of institutions to receive the scores when you register for the test. Use the numeric code 9876 to have them sent to the […]

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