ACT Video Scholarship Contest

If you like making videos and want to win some money, the ACT Video Scholarship Contest may be just what you’re looking for!

The ACT is now accepting submissions for those interested in producing a video that encourages students to take the ACT and attend college.

There are five categories to choose from

  1. Test-Day Tips
  2. Photo IDs
  3. Cheating Is Wrong
  4. The ACT English Test
  5. ACT Test Myths

Submissions will be accepted October 29th through December 4th, so grab a friend or two or strike out on your own and produce that winning video. Then let The Right Path know about it so we can help promote your video and get others to vote for you too!

For more information and complete rules, check out Video Contest/ACT Student.

PSAT Scholarships – NMSQT

Doing well on the PSAT may qualify you for one of the available PSAT Scholarships or recognition programs

NMSQT – National Merit Scholarship Corporation

The National Merit Scholarship Corporation cosponsors the PSAT. As such, it receives all student PSAT scores. Students scoring in the very top of the testing class are eligible to participate in the NMSQT selection. Scores are based on the overall testing score, the Selection Index score, which is the total of the critical reading, mathematics, and writing skills scores on the PSAT/NMSQT.

Each year approximately 1.5 million students take the PSAT. Of those, the top 50,000 will go on to the next level of qualification. From that list, 15,000 finalists are chosen over the next several months.

Although many sophomores students take the PSAT, only juniors are eligible to receive National Merit Scholarships. If you have done well on the PSAT as a sophomore and think you may qualify for the National Merit Scholarship, it is worth the extra time and effort involved to raise your scores even further by practicing individually or with a test prep program, such as The Right Path, to try for this scholarship.

Receiving a National Merit Scholarship is not only valuable financially, it is a very prestigious award which will definitely stand out on your college applications.

For more information about NMSC, visit www.nationalmerit.org.

If you do not want your scores and students information sent to other scholarship agencies, contact the College Board directly.