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Planning to attend Motlow in the spring? Residual ACT offered on four dates

LOCAL NEWS | Education — Moore County individuals under the age of 21 who plan to attend Motlow State in the spring semester should be aware of four upcoming Residual ACT test dates. The Motlow State Testing Center will offer the Residual ACT exam on Wednesday, November 20; Tuesday, December 3; Wednedsay, January 8; and Tuesday, January 14 from 12:30 to 4 p.m.

The Residual ACT test is for individuals under 21 who are planning to attend Motlow State but were unable to take the ACT on a national test day. Students should have a Motlow admissions application on file before taking the test. Students who plan to attend another college should either take the National ACT or take the Residual ACT on the campus of your intended college, as scores for the Residual ACT are non-transferable.

You can apply online at mscc.edu/testing. There is a $58.50 registration fee. Applicants must present a picture ID on test day.

For more information, call 931-393-1763 or 800-654-4877, ext. 1763. •

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