I haven't received my scores yet. How long does it take?
You can view your scores online as soon as they are available through your student Web account. Most multiple-choice scores from National and International testing, including the Composite score, are posted within 2 weeks after each test date. Writing scores are normally added about 2 weeks after your multiple-choice scores. You will receive notification when you log in to your account if your writing scores have been added.
If you tested through State and District Testing as of spring 2008 or if you tested through Special, Arranged, Project, or DANTES testing as of mid-September 2008, you can also view your scores online after you receive your score report in the mail with an ACT Student Web account.
Score reports for the ACT are normally processed and posted online within 2 to 8 weeks after the test date. (Please allow an additional 1 to 2 weeks if you test in a location other than the US, US territories, or Canada.) If you took the ACT with writing, your scores will be released only after all your scores are available, including writing, normally about 2 weeks after your multiple-choice scores.
Your score report will also be delivered as a PDF through your student Web account.
Scores are processed and added each week, usually each Wednesday and Friday. Normally, all scores are reported by 8 weeks after the test date. (See examples of why some scores take longer.) There is no option to speed the scoring of your tests.