A new study has found that two of the four main parts of the ACT--science and reading--have "little or no" ability to help colleges predict whether applicants will succeed, USA Today reports. The analysis also found that the other two parts--English and mathematics--are "highly predictive" of college success. But because most colleges rely on the composite ACT score, rather than individual subject scores, the value of the entire exam is questioned by the study...

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