PLAN shows your strengths and
weaknesses in English, mathematics,
reading, and science.
PLAN lets you know if you’re on target
PLAN helps you find careers that match
PLAN helps you prepare for the ACT.
Why Take PLAN?
Using Your PLAN Results
Student Guide to PLAN
What is the Student Score Report?
This individualized report details scores
received on the assessment and the career
plans and needs indicated by the student.
What does the Student Score Report
Suggestions for improving student academic skills
Careers that match student interests
Indicators of college readiness
Student Score Report
Your Estimated ACT®
Composite Score Range
Your High School Course
Plans Compared to Core
Profile for Success
Areas in Which You Would
Like Additional Help
Your Career Possibilities
Review Your Answers
What Do I Do Now?
When using your PLAN Score Report,
ask yourself some questions:
Am I on target for college?
What skills do I need to improve to be
ready for college?
Am I taking a rigorous core curriculum
What careers interest me most?
Set a regular time and place to study
each day and throughout the week.
Keep a daily “to do” list.
Set goals for yourself.
Do your reading assignments before
the material is discussed in class.
Pay close attention and take good
notes in class.
Prepare for tests during your regular
study times instead of cramming at
the last minute.
Study Skills Checklist for Students
Take challenging college prep
courses in high school.
Explore the many career options
available and think about how
your career choices will affect
Set career goals and develop an
educational plan to achieve them.
Keys to Good Educational
and Career Planning