ACTP

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ACTPAmerican College Testing Program
ACTPAdobe Certified Training Providers
ACTPAdvanced Computer Technology Project
ACTPAssociation for the Conservation of Threatened Parrots
ACTPAdobe Certified Training Provider
ACTPAssociation des Clients des Transports Publics (Belgium)
ACTPAbrasion Cut Tear Puncture (glove safety ratings)
ACTPAnderson Consulting Technology Park
ACTPAdrenocorticotropic Polypeptide
ACTPAdvanced Concepts & Technology Program
ACTPAdvanced Computer Techniques Project
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Participants also completed Form 88A of the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP), developed by the American College Testing Program (ACT) to assess selected general skills typically acquired by students during the first two years of college (ACT, 1989).
End-of-Second-Year (Spring 1994) Science Reasoning: An individual's end-of-second-year score on the Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP) science reasoning module, developed by the American College Testing Program; alpha reliabilities = 0.76 - 0.87.
Using the Sawyer and Brounstein conversion table [17], the ACT (American College Testing Program) composite scores for states with a small percentage of SAT use [7, 20] are converted to the SAT Total test scores (SAT).
The Maryland Higher Education Commission also examined the long-term graduation and transfer patterns of students who enrolled at public colleges and universities in fall 1994 through 2000 based on the SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) and ACT (American College Testing Program) information.
The Educational Planning and Assessment System (EPAS) of the American College Testing Program consists of three testing programs: EXPLORE, PLAN, and the ACT Assessment Program (ACT).
Overall, 96% were conventional "admits." The majority (67%) of new freshmen scored above the national American College Testing program (ACT) average score of 21, and 46% were in the top quartile of their high school classes.
Some 95% were conventional admissions, and 64% of the class scored about the national American College Testing Program assessment (ACT) average score of 21.
The dependent variable, the ExCET scores, and the independent variables of Texas Academic Skills Program scores (TASP), American College Testing Program scores, overall grade point average (GPA), Benchmark ExCET, and ExCET were considered.
This study was commissioned to investigate issues related to the inclusion of the American College Testing Program (ACT) assessment within the Colorado State Assessment Program (CSAP).
Data are drawn from the Scholastic Assessment Tests and the American College Testing program. This report looks at the college performance of students who graduated in the 1998-1999 school year who enrolled in the 1999-2000 academic year.
Data from archive files of the American College Testing Program's College Outcomes Survey (COS) for one historically black four-year private college for 879 students were compared to data from 99 other four-year institutions (n=48,129).
Data from three postsecondary institutions that had administered the American College Testing programs "Student Opinion Survey" first on campus using the paper-pencil mode and then via Web were used.
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