Math. English. Reading. Science. To many highschoolers, taking the ACT can be a demanding experience full of studying, waiting, and often- retaking. As many as 72% of bachelors degree-granting institutions require either the ACT or its counterpart, the SAT. As college requirements continue to get more competitive, college applicants look to the ACT as a way to edge-out other applicants and demonstrate college preparedness. Yet with the ACT’s most recent announcement over changes set to begin September of 2020, scoring high on the ACT may have just become easier. Read on to learn about what these changes are, what they mean for the SAT and college admissions.