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Six McKenzie Seniors Score 29 or Better on ACT

Posted 5/5/20

Six seniors from McKenzie High School have scored a 29 or better on the national ACT test. A score of 29 means the student is in the top 10 of all students in the U.S.A.McKenzie’s Isabella …

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Six McKenzie Seniors Score 29 or Better on ACT

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Six seniors from McKenzie High School have scored a 29 or better on the national ACT test. A score of 29 means the student is in the top 10 of all students in the U.S.A.
McKenzie’s Isabella Colotta, Momi DeLoach, Cameron Kee, Jenna Tucker, Nate Whitsell and Jackey Zheng are among the graduating seniors to achieve that honor.
American College Testing (ACT) is a standardized test for high school achievement and college admission. This 60-year-old test consists of four concentrations: English, mathematics, reading and science reasoning, with an optional writing component.
The main four tests are scored individually on a scale of 1 to 36, and a composite score is provided which is the whole number average of the four scores.

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