RESIDUAL ACT at the USAO Campus
Test Date for Residual ACT 2014:
- Wednesday, January 8
- Wednesday, February 12
- Wednesday, March 12
- Monday, April 7
- Wednesday, May 14
- Wednesday, June 11
- Wednesday, July 9
- Wednesday, August 13
- Wednesday, September 10
- No Test in October
- Wednesday, November 12
- Wednesday, December 10
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Troutt Hall, Room 318A
Pay at the Business Office
Troutt Hall, room 220,
or by calling 405-574-1213.
The Residual ACT is for students who plan to attend USAO. Scores are reported directly to the USAO Registrar, Admissions, and Financial Aid offices but can't be provided to any other college or university. Residual testing is allowed on any day except an ACT national test date and is usually scheduled for the 2nd Wednesday of each month.
Reservations for the ACT Residual test can be made by visiting the USAO Business Office at Troutt Hall, room 220, or over the phone by calling 405-574-1213. The cost for the test is $35.00 and must be paid at least one day prior to the beginning of the test for a reservation. This may be done by cash, check, money order, debit or credit card or by mailing your payment along with an application/reservation form to: USAO Business Office, 1727 W. Alabama, Chickasha, OK 73018.
Students may take the Residual ACT once every sixty (60) days. This does not include time between Nationals.
A receipt of payment from the business office and picture ID is required for testing. A calculator and pencils will be provided, but you may also bring your own if it meets ACT requirements. As soon as all students have been checked in, the ACT will begin.
The test will take 3-1/2 to 4 hours to complete.
Residual ACT tests are scored at the USAO campus, and scores are usually available shortly after testing is completed.
Practice tests for the ACT are online at:
You may request special accommodations if you have a documented disability. Arrangements should be made at least one month prior to the test date by calling the Assessment Office at 405-574-1281. In some cases, it may take longer to acquire special testing materials.