When you register for the ACT, you’ll be assigned a unique eight-digit ID number.
Your ACT ID is what the company uses to identify you and to keep track of your scores.
It also lets you do various nifty things via your online account:
If you don’t already have an ACT account (maybe you took the test several years ago), you can use your ACT ID to create one.
It’s a good idea to keep a record of your ACT ID number on your phone or computer.
If you’re registered for the ACT, you already have an ACT ID. (See “Where Can I Find My ACT ID?” below).
If you’re not signed up yet, you’ll automatically be given an ID number when you complete the online registration process. Once your scores become available, they’ll be linked to your account so you can view them at any time without having to re-enter your ID.
Your ACT ID is an eight-digit number that starts with a dash. (Like this: –12345678).
It appears at the bottom of your admission ticket and at the top of your Student Report.
If you can’t find it and you know you’ve registered, call the ACT offices at 319-337-1270 and ask them to look it up for you. Be ready to give the agent the following information:
If you’ve lost your admission ticket, no worries: just log in to your ACT account and print out another copy.