Motlow will administer the ACT exam on five summer dates

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. – It’s an exam widely used by colleges and university to intuit a potential student’s readiness for college academics and Motlow State in Lynchburg will administer it on five dates over the summer.

Motlow State’s Testing Center will administer the ACT on June 15, July 7, and July 25 from 8:30 a.m. -12 p.m. and August 1 and August 8 from 12:30 p.m. – 4 p.m. The test takes place in room 1043 of the Crouch Center on the Moore County Lynchburg campus.

The on-campus ACT test is for individuals under 21 years of age planning to attend Motlow State who could not take the ACT on a national test day. A Motlow admission application must be on file before taking the test.

To be eligible to take the ACT, applicants must complete the registration form at and pay the $68.50 registration fee. Applicants must present a valid picture identification on the day of the test.

Any student who plans on attending another college must take the National ACT or take the ACT on the campus of the prospective college, as scores for the on-campus ACT cannot be transferred to another college or university or used to apply for scholarships.

For more information or test registration, visit the Motlow Testing Center website or call 931-393-1763. You can learn more about taking classes at Motlow State by visiting their website. •

{The Lynchburg Times is an independently-owned, community newspaper located in Lynchburg, Tennessee the home of The Jack Daniel Distillery. We focus on public service, non-partisan, rural journalism. We cover the Metro Moore County government, local tourism, Moore County schools, high school sports, Motlow State Community College, as well as whiskey industry news and regional and state stories that affect our readers.}