Resources › For Students and Parents How to Find Your Old ACT Scores Share Flipboard Email Print Michelle Joyce / Getty Images For Students and Parents Test Prep ACT Test Prep Test Prep Strategies Test Registration Study Skills SAT Test Prep GRE Test Prep LSAT Test Prep Certifications Homework Help Private School College Admissions College Life Graduate School Business School Law School Distance Learning View More By Kelly Roell Education Expert B.A., English, University of Michigan Kelly Roell is the author of "Ace the ACT. " She has a master's degree in secondary English education and has worked as a high school English teacher. our editorial process Kelly Roell Updated August 09, 2019 Let's say you graduated from high school, had a great job lined up, and jumped right into the workforce. After a few years without raises, though, a bachelor's degree began to sound good. As part of the college admissions process, you'll probably need your old ACT scores. Here are the steps to retrieving your old ACT scores. Remember Which College Admissions Test You Took If it’s been a while since you took your college admissions exam, you may not recall whether you took the ACT or SAT in high school. Here’s a hint: Your composite ACT score will be a two-digit number between 1 and 36. Your SAT score will be a three- or four-digit score. Remember that the ACT test has changed quite a bit in over the years, so the questions have changed and the score you received would be scaled a bit differently now. If you took the ACT, keep reading. If it was the SAT, you will need to contact the College Board to obtain your old scores. Request Your Scores There are three ways you can request your ACT scores. Online: If you have your ACT online account information handy, you can log in to access your scores. Your account will include a list of all the times you took the ACT and you'll be able to select which old scores you'd like to see or have sent to a college or university. You can find old ACT test scores from October 1966 until the present. If you don’t know your password or other online account details, you can email the ACT help desk, use the online chat feature, or call 319-337-1270 for assistance. By phone: Order scores by phone by calling 319-337-1270. Note that only priority reports (which require an additional fee) may be ordered by phone. Phone orders also include an additional $15.00 fee per report.By mail: Download the request form and send it to ACT Student Services: Score Reports, P.O. Box 451, Iowa City, IA 52243-0451. You'll need to include your personal information at the time of testing, including street address, and will also choose recipients to receive your ACT scores. Pay the Fee Regular report: The regular ACT score report fee for a test date after September 1, 2016, is $13 per test date per report. For ACT scores for testing prior to September 1, 2016, the price is $38 per test date per report. A regular report will be delivered in about two weeks. Check the ACT website or call to confirm the current fees.Priority report: A priority report will be delivered in three to four days. The price is $16.50 per test date per report for tests after September 1, 2016, and $41.50 per test date per report for tests taken before September 1, 2016. Additional Tips for Finding Your Old ACT Scores Gather as much information as you can before you contact ACT for your scores. If you're completing the form and mailing your request, be sure to type or write legibly. If ACT can’t read your request, it will be delayed. Remember that since your scores are older, the test may have changed, The ACT score reporting service will include a letter providing that information to the institutions in which you're interested.