Plan Test Information


Taking PLAN is a great way to prepare for the ACT. In fact, students who take PLAN tend to score higher on the ACT than students who do not take PLAN. It covers the same subjects—English, mathematics, reading, and science—and provides an estimated ACT score.  PLAN points out academic strengths and areas where improvement is needed and lets students know if they're on track for college.

PLAN helps them find careers that match their interests and even helps connect them with colleges interested in them.

PLAN Test Information:

November 18th there will be two sections: (Non-cognitive portion)

Section 1, 8:30-10:00 a.m.:  All Nations, Open, ELL and 504s

Section 2, 10:00-11:30 a.m.:  Liberal Arts 

November 19th (scheduled test)

Section 1, 8:30-11:00 a.m.:  All Nations, Open and ELL (auditorium)

                                                  Learning Center and 504s (various classrooms)

Section 2, 12:30-2:30 p.m.:  Liberal Arts

This section will be different from Section 1.  Students will come directly from lunch to the auditorium. 

PLAN includes four multiple-choice tests: English, Math, Reading, and Science.

Subject                                    Number of questions                Time Allowed

English                                                                                    30 minutes

  • Usage/Mechanics                      30
  • Rhetorical Skills                         20

Math                                                                                         40 minutes

  • Pre-Algebra/Algebra                  22
  • Geometry                                  18

Reading                                               25                                 20 minutes

Science                                                30                                 25 minutes


For more information about the Plan Test please go to the ACT /PLAN website,

You can also go to Naviance website at  on the home page at the right click on PrepMe.  This will allow students to take practice ACT, SAT and PSAT tests.


The Counseling Team

document Plan Test Interpretation   --  Plan Test results, prediced ACT score, results of English, Mathematics, Reading and Science. Career interest survey results and suggestions for academic improvement in the core content areas.