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Regarding the October and February test dates only: Scores from these test dates are available within 3-8 weeks. During these test dates, ACT performs equating activities in order to ensure that scores reported have a constant meaning across all test forms.

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Scores are delivered over a window of time after the test date and are processed continuously during business hours. ACT is committed to providing your scores as quickly as possible but cannot guarantee a specific date for your scores to be reported.

ACT sends score report data to the recipients you provided during registration; these include your high school and any institutions with college codes you provided. ACT also provides your scores through your web account.

If a scoring error is discovered, your scores will be changed and corrected reports will be released to you and all previous score report recipients at no charge. In addition, your score verification fee will be refunded.

If, after you receive your score report, you find that you made a significant error in the information you supplied to us about yourself, or if you want to change your address, you may ask us to correct your record. Write to:

If an error is our responsibility and requires you to retest, there will be no fee. If the error does not involve retesting, corrected score reports will be released to you and all previous score recipients at no charge.

Outside of state testing and district testing, you may request to cancel scores for a particular test date. Contact us online and we will provide you a form to complete and return to us. We will then permanently cancel that score record for the indicated test date and sendcancellation notices to any score recipients.

Your national ranks tell you how your scores compare to those earned by recent high school graduates who took the ACT. Colleges use this information to help make admissions decisions, and scholarship agencies may base awards on it.

Just as you can use national ranks to get a sense of your strengths and weaknesses, so can your high school and potential colleges. A high rank in a content area may suggest a good chance of success in related college majors and careers. A low rank may indicate that you need to develop your skills more by taking additional coursework in that area. This information is helpful for you as well as your current and future schools.

You determine which set of scores is sent to colleges or scholarship programs. We will release only the scores from the test date (month and year) and test location (e.g., National, State, School) you designate.

Credit is simply the ability for a consumer to be able to borrow money in order to purchase a product or service. You can get credit from a grantor (for example, from a bank), to whom you will need to pay back the full amount and possible interest charges that might add up over the period of time. There are four different types of credit starting with revolving credit, charge card, service credit, and installment credit. When you get credit and pay it back on time, your credit rating improves over time and allows you the opportunity to borrow more from grantors. You have several credit scores you can check from the three top credit bureaus to see where you stand in the range. Check your credit often to see where you stand, and monitor your score.

The most popular credit scoring system in the United States is based on the FICO (Fair Isaac Corp.) range. This scoring range starts at 300 as the poorest score and goes up to 850 as the highest score possible, or excellent credit. Specifically, bad credit ranges from 300 to 629, fair credit ranges from 630 to 689, good credit ranges from 690 to 719, and finally, excellent credit ranges from 720 and to 850. Other popular credit score range formulas exist, such as the VantageScore, which is what TransUnion, our credit score provider, uses. It too ranges from 300 to 850. Checking your credit score with Credit Sesame is easy and can be done daily to see how your credit is performing.

Checking your credit score is easy with Credit Sesame and can be done in around 90 seconds. You can also refresh your credit check daily with your Credit Sesame account! Once you open your new account, you will get an instant credit check from TransUnion, using VantageScore 3.0, which has their own way to calculate credit scores. Other credit score models include the FICO score, which uses a different methodology to calculate your credit. You can use our reports to determine the types of accounts you have open, your credit utilization, and many other important metrics that you need to know in order to understand where you stand on the credit range. This will help you determine your financial health.

A Credit Privacy Number (CPN) is a 9 digit number that is free and legal to get depending on how you use it. You will commonly find high-level business or government officials and members using this number because it allows them to protect personal information for security reasons. You still need to have a social security number, as the CPN number is not a replacement for it. A CPN number is used for business purposes and allows a business to build credit, while not affecting in any way your current or past credit history. You will still rely on your credit score for personal use, and it will determine your ability to get loans and other types of credit.

Checking your score with Credit Sesame is considered a soft credit check, so it has no impact on your credit score. When doing a soft credit check, you are only pulling your credit score to view how you are performing, not because you are applying for a loan or line of credit. You can check your score everyday with Credit Sesame, without impacting your credit.

Your credit score is a number ranging from 300 to 850 that represents your creditworthiness to lenders. The higher your score, the better you look to creditors. There are several ways to check your score, some of which are free. Here are five common ways to check your credit score:

For example, Wells Fargo Bank offers access to your FICO Score from Experian as long as you have a qualified Wells Fargo account (deposit, loan, and credit accounts) and are enrolled in Wells Fargo Online. Aside from showing your credit score, Wells Fargo also provides credit-monitoring alerts, access to your credit report and ways you can improve your score.

Discover also provides credit score access to customers who are primary account holders with the company. The credit score Discover provides is based on data from your TransUnion credit report. Discover customers also get to see which factors and activities are impacting their credit the most.

If you want to see more financial institutions that offer free credit scores, check out the FICO Score Open Access program. More than 100 financial institutions participate in this program and give their customers a free FICO credit score and credit information.

You can also purchase your credit score information from FICO, which includes other services such as access to credit reports, score and credit monitoring, identity theft insurance, 24/7 identity restoration and identity monitoring.

The closer your credit score is to 850, the more favorably your score is looked upon. For instance, if you have a high credit score, you may qualify for credit products such as 0% intro APR credit cards. Lenders may also offer you low interest rates on loans and credit cards.

Your credit score will fluctuate depending on the activity on your credit report. Some activities, such as payment history, are weighed more heavily than other events on your credit report and may have a greater impact on your credit score.

Your credit score can impact areas of your life beyond taking out loans or applying for credit cards. Having a low credit score can also impact your ability to rent a home or may leave you paying high insurance rates.

Typically, checking your own credit score will not impact it. However, if someone runs a credit check on you, it could show up on your credit report as a hard credit pull and may cause your score to drop by a few points.

Your scores are valid for 2 years, so you may want to download and print a PDF copy of your score report. PDF score reports are ready for download 2 days after you receive your scores electronically through your ETS account, or you can view this list of score reporting dates (PDF) for an estimated availability date, for tests taken at a test center.

Discover could help you reduce the number of unwanted phone calls and emails you receive and help safeguard you against identity theft by helping remove your personal information from ten people-search websites that could sell your data.

While cards with no annual fee can lower the cost of using your card, these credit cards will charge interest and could have other types of fees. When you pay your balance on time and in full at each billing statement, you may be able to avoid paying interest on purchases and reduce the cost of using credit.

FICO scores are three-digit numbers that are calculated based on the information from your credit report. Lenders use FICO scores to assess how risky you are as a borrower, and your score can influence whether you're approved for credit such as credit cards, mortgages and car loans. Your FICO score also affects what interest rate you'll be offered.

Using credit responsibly can improve your FICO score. When you want to raise your credit score, it helps to make payments on time, pay your balance in full, and to use a small percentage of your available credit.

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