which began measuring college readiness as the American College Testing Program in the 1950s, reports that among the college aspirants who took its admission exams last year, only 21 percent of the graduating seniors attained scores high enough in all four subjects--English, reading, math, and science--to indicate that they wouldn't need to take a no-credit remedial course when they entered college.
What does ACTP stand for?
ACTP stands for American College Testing Program
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- Australian Capital Territory Public Service
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Iowa City, IA: The American College Testing Program.
In ACT Research Reports, 7, Iowa City, IA: Research and Development Division, American College Testing Program.
Credit by Examination Two programs administer tests by which individuals can earn 'college credit without attending class: The CollegeLevel Examination Program (CLEP) and the Proficiency Examination Program operated through the American College Testing Program (ACT-PEP).
PEP, three- or four-hour tests in more than forty subjects, is given by the American College Testing Program throughout North America and by special arrangement anywhere in the world.