Need to take the ACT test? Great! You're at the right place.
Jones County Junior College offers many opportunities for you to take the Residual ACT Test. We are excited that you are making plans for college, and we want to make the preparation process as simple as possible. Below you will find dates, times, locations, cost and what to bring for the Residual ACT Test on the Jones campus as well as contact information concerning Jones testing.
Tuesday, May 17 2016
Tuesday, May 31 2016
Tuesday, June 14 2016
Tuesday, June 28 2016
Tuesday, July 12 2016
Tuesday, July 26 2016
Wednesday, August 10 2016
7:50 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.
(Check-in begins at 7:50 A.M.)
Terrell Tisdale Library, Projection Room 223
$45.00(Cash only. Credit and debit cards NOT accepted)
WHAT TO BRING:
PHOTO ID (No admission without PHOTO ID)
TWO sharpened #2 pencils (No mechanical pencils)
Calculator (See calculator specifications)
*Temperature may vary. Please bring a jacket.*
No prior registration is needed; Space is limited; students will be admitted on a first come first serve basis.
Residual ACT testing is available for students who are 1) enrolled, 2) have been admitted or 3)have applied to Jones County Junior College. Each examinee must have an Admissions Application for Jones County Junior College on file or he/she will be provided one to complete prior to the test administration. The Residual ACT is only accepted at the institution in which it is administered; scoresWILL NOT transfer to other colleges. The Residual ACT cannot be used for MTAG. Individuals must wait 60 days before retaking Residual ACT exams.
For more information, call the Student Success Center at (601) 477-4054.
Residual Testing is not a practice test.
Residual Testing is not for use with younger students.
Residual Testing shall not be provided to individuals who do not intend to attend Jones County Junior College.
Using any electronic device at any time during testing or during the break other than an approved calculator or watch is strictly prohibited. All other electronic devices, including cell phones and wearable devices, must be turned off and placed out of reach from the time you are admitted to test until you are dismissed after testing concludes.