Northern Oklahoma College offers an on-campus or Residual ACT. Results from this residual test may be used at NOC only. All students may take the ACT Residual test only once during the year in which the respective ACT Residual examination is valid (November 1st - September 30th) and the test date shall not coincide with a National ACT test date.
Students must pre-register prior to the test date by contacting the testing center and meet eligibility requirements.
Students must complete the admission process prior to the test date.
Cost is $50.00 payable the day of the test (cash, check, money order or debit card with a pin number).
A photo ID is required for admission to the test.
Bring a calculator and two #2 pencils.
- The exam lasts approximately 4 hours.
No Residual ACT tests are given in October due to the exchange of materials. Because the ACT test is so important and can have such a huge impact on your future, be as prepared as possible before testing.
You may wish to visit www.act.org/content/act/en/products-and-services/the-act/test-preparation.html, www.actonlineprep.com, www.studyguidezone.com, or www.testtakingtips.com for help preparing for the ACT.
Concurrent Students may take the Residual ACT for fall enrollment only after the April National ACT test date; for spring and summer enrollment, concurrent students may take the Residual ACT only after the December National ACT test date.
Transfer Students will be placed into courses according to their transcripts from other educational institutions; however, other circumstances may require an ACT test.