Those tests are stupid anyways, on the math section of the ACT I scored really high, I was expecting near perfect score, but I got just really high. I took it again without a calculator and scored exactly the same (and I had to approximate some answers because I forgot to bring a non TI-89), so how can I get the exact same score when I didn't have a calculator with me and had to approximate answers? It has mostly to do with luck. And like Iverson said, it's stupid. There is no correlation, unless you are trying to get a scholarship or into MIT (which is stupid unless you are pursuing a masters or PhD), you are just wasting your time and money. I didn't really care about scoring high in the ACT, I already scored what I needed to get into any college I wanted, anything over that is overkill.