Ranger Round-Up set for Northwestern's prospective students

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Ranger Round-Up set for Northwestern's prospective students

Northwestern Oklahoma State University is inviting students to attend Ranger Round-Up. This event will present an opportunity for students to take a Residual ACT, enroll, take a tour of campus, and get a free T-shirt. Ranger Round-Up will be Wednesday, July 10 and July 17, at the Alva campus. The test starts promptly at 9 a.m. in the Industrial Education building, room 105.

Ranger Round-up is for students who are planning on coming to Northwestern, and need to take the Residual ACT. Northwestern will accept Residual ACT scores, so long as they were taken at Northwestern. If a student has taken the Residual ACT this year, they are not eligible for this event.

The Residual ACT is equivalent in content and structure to the National ACT, but individual test questions are different. Both tests consist of four parts: English, mathematics, reading and science reasoning. The Residual ACT is not a replacement nor is it a practice test for the National ACT.

The cost of the Residual ACT at Northwestern is $40. Payment should be made at the Business Office before coming to the testing room.

More information can be found at www.nwosu.edu/act-test, or contact the Recruitment office at (580) 327-8546 or recruit@nwosu.edu.