The PLAN program is an exam administered by ACT, Inc., to 10th graders in preparation for the real ACT exam that they will take in their high school career. The exam allows 10th graders to measure their college readiness as well as their ability to take standardized tests. A composite score of maximum 32 points is awarded to the student, and students may register for various test dates depending on their respective school district. This exam is taken in paper form.
Students have 1 hour and 55 minutes to complete the 4 sections, which are inclusive only of multiple-choice questions. The subjects which appear on the exam are as follows:
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