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Racial Gap Persists in ACT College Admission Test Scores

By Zenitha Prince

 

Vision ACT(Trice Edney Wire) – A stubborn racial gap continues to persist in scores on the The American College Testing Program’s ACT college admissions test, according to a recent report.

Increasingly, the ACT test is becoming more popular than the SATs among high school seniors looking to enter college. According to the most recent report, 1,924,436 students in the high school graduating class of 2015—nearly 60 percent—took the test, a 19 percent increase since 2011.

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