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Residual Act

The Residual ACT at UL Lafayette is used to help determine eligibility for undergraduate admission. The Residual ACT given at ACT at UL Lafayette can only be used for ACT at UL Lafayette. These scores can not be transferred to another college or university, and no additional score reports are available.  The Residual ACT can not be used for scholarships.  The exam consists of four multiple choice sections: English (45 minutes), math (60 minutes), reading (35 minutes) and science reasoning (35 minutes).

How to Register

Examinees should call 337-482-6480 to schedule an appointment for this exam. The Residual ACT lasts approximately 4 hours. Examinees need to arrive at least 10 minutes early to complete registration.

Dates and Times Offered

Call 337-482-6480 for dates, times and to schedule a testing appointment.  Please note: the Residual ACT will not be administered during mid-term or finals week.

Cost

The Residual ACT fee is $80 and is payable to UL-Lafayette. Military veterans will receive a $20 discount with valid military ID. This fee may be paid by cash, cashier's check or money order.

Required Valid Identification

Driver's license, or passport, or military ID must be presented at the time of testing.

Scoring Information

Test results will be available one week after completion of the exam. Only the person who took the exam may receive the test results. Instructions regarding when and where results can be obtained will be provided at the time of testing.

Use of Calculators

ACT permits examinees to use calculators on the mathematics test. However, all problems on the test can be solved without using calculators. Most four-function, scientific and graphing calculators may be used.

Testing for Students with Disabilities

The UL Lafayette Testing Center will provide extended time to examinees with a documented disability. The amount of extended time will depend on each individual case. The examinee must notify the Testing Center when scheduling an appointment and bring complete documentation with a letter of support from a medical doctor or other qualified professional stating the nature of the disability and accommodations requested.