Tennessee students should fare much better in the future, in regards to standardized testing. With the recent release of national ACT results, Tennessee school officials are dumping the ACT’s. The ACT’s will soon be replaced with the A’s. Testing officials say this alone should help, “…because learning all three letters in the test name was daunting to many of our students.”
The new format will still have questions from science, math, english, and reading categories. Rather than answer the questions, students will be asked to identify which of the four categories the question belongs in.