Panther Creek Sophomores talk about their PACT experience

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Panther Creek Sophomores talk about their PACT experience

Senior, Susannah Truitt, reviews the PACT schedule on her computer.

Senior, Susannah Truitt, reviews the PACT schedule on her computer.

Monica Arneja

Senior, Susannah Truitt, reviews the PACT schedule on her computer.

Monica Arneja

Monica Arneja

Senior, Susannah Truitt, reviews the PACT schedule on her computer.

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Monica Arneja
Senior, Susannah Truitt, reviews the PACT schedule on her computer.

On November 13th, the sophomore class at Panther Creek will be taking the Pre American College Testing or the PACT test. On the morning of the 13th, the sophomore class will be taking the two hour and 55 minute test on the third floor. The PACT is made for the students to have an idea of what the ACT is going to be like. According to News Weekly, “The content, format and question types will simulate what students will see on the ACT, says Weeks, but the PACT will be shorter than the ACT.” The PACT is different from the SAT (scholastic aptitude test) that it contains science as well as the known English, math, and reading.
As the students start and prepare to take the exam, Dominik Cserey said “I looked over some old English test, practiced the reading parts.” When asked how she feels about taking the test, Sarah Lafortune told PCNN,  “I feel good that I gotta take it because I know it’s required to take it next year, so I think it’s good to take it.” Since the PACT is only for sophomore, upperclassmen and teachers are able to spread their wisdom. Cambell Sallean was told “I heard to do it as fast as you can, because getting questions answered doesn’t hurt your score.”