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Are there any restrictions to take the ACT On-Campus Test?
Yes, students taking the ACT On-Campus Test at UCF are subject to the following restrictions:
ACT On-Campus Test may be conducted at UCF for students who are enrolled, have been admitted, or are applying to UCF. This test is not appropriate for students seeking admission to other schools.
ACT On-Campus Test scores do not meet eligibility requirements for Florida Bright Futures Scholarships. Additionally, scores may not be used to apply for some other scholarships.
ACT On-Campus Test scores cannot be used to determine NCAA eligibility.
The ACT On-Campus Test is not a “practice test” and should not be used as such.
Students must wait a minimum of 60 days between administrations of the ACT On-Campus examination.
ACT restricts the number of times a student may take the ACT (National or On-Campus Test) to 12 times total. The complete re-test policy can be found by visiting
If the retest restrictions are violated, ACT will automatically cancel the retest scores.
Individuals found to have taken the ACT On-Campus Test for any reason other than those described above will have their scores canceled without refund.