On national test dates, McNeese State University provides the ACT to college bound students. The McNeese Code for the ACT is 1594. Registration may be completed by going to www.actstudent.org.
|Saturday, September 13, 2014||8:00am||Kaufman Hall||TBA|
|Saturday, October 25, 2014||8:00am||Kafuman Hall||TBA|
|Saturday, December 13, 2014||8:00am||Kaufman Hall||TBA|
|Saturday, February 7, 2015||8:00am||Kaufman Hall||TBA|
|Saturday, April 18, 2015||8:00am||Kaufman Hall||TBA|
|Saturday, June 13, 2015||8:00am||Kaufman Hall||TBA|
ACT Residual Testing
The ACT Residual Examination will be offered at McNeese State University for entering freshmen enrolling in 2014.
The scores from the ACT Residual Examination can be used only at McNeese State University; they cannot be transferred to any other university. This exam cannot be used for TOPS, NCAA eligibility, or Praxis.
The ACT Residual Examination will be administered for each semester in 2014 according to the following schedule:
|Thursday, January 16, 2014||8:00am||Farrar Hall||136|
|Wednesday, May 28, 2014||9:00am||Kaufman Hall||218|
|Tuesday, July 29, 2014||9:00am||Kaufman Hall||218|
|Thursday, August 7, 2014||9:00am||Kaufman Hall||218|
|Friday, August 15, 2014||9:00am||Kaufman Hall||218|
Preregistration for any session listed above is required. Please complete the registration by clicking on this link. The examination fee is $50.00 The test fee must be paid to the McNeese State University Cashier's Officer prior to testing.
- Current, Valid Picture I.D. document (driver's license or a student identification card)
- Proof of fee payment
- Two #2 pencils
- A non-graphing calculator for the mathematics portion is optional
Examination time is 3.5 to 4 hours:
- English (45 minutes)
- Mathematics (60 minutes)
- Reading (35 minutes)
- Science Reasoning (35 minutes)
Once the examinations have been scored, the results will be sent to Admissions and the advisors in General and Basic Studies.
A student may not repeat residual testing until sixty (60) days have passed since previous residual testing.