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OPINION: Colleges should stop using the ACT/SAT

While the ACT and SAT are important milestones in every student's education, colleges should not rely on test scores to make decisions about their applicants.

MST sophomore earns a perfect score on the ACT

Getting a 36 on the ACT is hard but Anjali Chadha shares her strategies.

JCPS board discusses college readiness and teacher success

The JCPS board discussed strategies to improve teachers' work environments and student college readiness at their Sept. 14 meeting.

OPINION: The ACT is confidential for a reason

Patrick Smalley explains why it's probably best to keep your stellar (or not-so-stellar) scores to yourself.

Taking the ACT: the basics

Here are the basics of the ACT, which all juniors will be taking March 3.

Study shows ACT prep time not always proportional to scores

Plan on studying 150 hours for the ACT? A Redeye analysis indicates more prep doesn’t necessarily lead to higher scores.

Manual to offer new classes during 2014-2015 school year

The new courses include linear algebra, honors statistics, and an ACT prep class.

Students upset after Mayes’ statement about the ACT

Many disgruntled Manual students have taken to Twitter and Facebook after Principal Jerry Mayes spoke to Juniors about the ACT last Friday.

UPDATED: Tuesday’s ACT rescheduled for March 18

Although it's unlikely, cancellation of school on Tuesday means the ACT will take place on March 18 instead.

Manual AM: ACT tests and unusual scholarships

Reporter Chase Cannon gives us information on the ACT tests and Merryl Loy tells us about strange scholarships.