Yes, 27 is a good ACT score. The highest ACT score possible is a 36. A 27 is significantly above the average ACT of 20.
A composite ACT score of 27 had a national rank of 85. National rank is the percentage of students who got under a certain score on the ACT. If you got a 27 on the ACT, you did better than 85 percent of all students who took the exam.
Only fifteen percent of all test-takers score over 27.
Many highly-selective universities and liberal arts colleges look for applicants with ACT scores in the range of 27-31. The ivy leagues and other top colleges usually look for applicants with ACT scores in 32-36 range.
Preparing for the ACT can turn a good ACT score in an excellent one. Take an ACT practice test to see which areas you are strong in and where you can improve. Focus your ACT prep on the areas where you have the most opportunity for improvement to get the best ACT score possible.
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