CAIRO, EGYPT-The Ministry of Education in Egypt has given its official approval and recognition of the ACT test as an acceptable academic measure to be administered and used in the country, as equivalency to the Egyptian National Exam, and for the ACT Aspire standardized tests for monitoring student performance and achievement grades 3-9.
This announcement will open more doors for students in Egypt seeking admission to universities both home and abroad. A choice in examination credentials means that students will have more options to find their ideal future educational path.
ACT is a trusted American non-profit organization in college and career readiness, providing high-quality assessments grounded in nearly 60 years of research. The ACT test is the most popular university admissions test in the US, with more than 60 percent of the US high school graduates taking the assessment. With ACT Aspire, educators can determine whether students are meeting key benchmarks on their educational journey, so necessary steps can be taken to keep him or her on track. ACT Aspire is also aligned to the ACT test and can predict the student’s ACT score. Read the original article