ACT Student Video Contest – $1,000 scholarship x 5 – 11th and 12th grade students – Due December 4, 2012
Lights. Camera. Action. ACT is sponsoring a video contest to encourage high school juniors and seniors to use their creativity to share information with other ACT test takers. Videos may be entered in any of five categories: test day tips, the use of photo IDs for admission, the consequences of cheating, the ACT English Test, or myths about the ACT test.
Video entries of two minutes or less will be accepted between October 29 and December 4, 2012. Online voting will take place from January 7-21, 2013.
See the complete Contest Information at the contest link for details about each category.
1. Test-Day Tips
2. Photo IDs
3. Cheating Is Wrong
4. The ACT English Test
5. ACT Test Myths
Participants must be high school 11th and 12th grade students who are residents of the U.S. and plan to attend a two-year or four-year college in the next two years.
ACT will judge the videos based on the following criteria: overall content (50 percent), creativity (25 percent), and visual appeal (25 percent). Finalist videos will be placed on the contest website and online voting will determine the winners.
The student with the winning video in each category will receive a $1,000 scholarship to the college of his or her choice. The second-place winner in each category will receive a $500 scholarship.