Residual ACT Eligibility:
Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education Policy: Students may only take the Residual ACT exam once per valid test year (November 1st through September 30th). The test shall not coincide with a national ACT test date. Scores will be voided and no refunds will be provided for violations of this policy.
Testing Services at Northeastern State University offers convenient, fast and secure online registration for the exams listed. Select “Schedule A Residual ACT” to select a date for the Residual ACT exam. You will receive an email confirmation with appointment time and location.
Click on the “Pay Online” button to pay online with a credit or debit card. All online payments are final and no refunds will be given. You will receive an emailed receipt for your records.
Students may take the Residual ACT once they have applied to NSU.
Payment waivers are not accepted for the Residual ACT.
Northeastern State University's ACT code is 034080.
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About ACT Scores
For freshman admission to Northeastern State University, all students must take the ACT assessment and submit their scores to NSU.
The ACT includes 215 multiple-choice questions and takes approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes to complete with breaks. Actual testing time is 2 hours and 55 minutes.
It is broken into four tests, always administered in the same order: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science Reasoning. The English test measures standard written English (punctuation, grammar and usage, and sentence structure) and rhetorical skills (strategy, organization, and style). The Math test measures skills in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry. The Reading test measures reading comprehension. Finally, the Science Reasoning test measures problem-solving skills in the natural sciences, including the physical sciences, biology, chemistry, and physics.
In the U.S., the ACT is administered on five national test dates in October, December, February, April, and June.
For more information about the ACT, visit the ACT website.