The ACT is more widely used in the Midwestern and Southern United States, while the SAT is more popular on the East and West coasts, although recently the ACT has been gaining more use on the East Coast. Use of the ACT by colleges has risen as a result of various criticisms of the effectiveness and fairness of the SAT. American Mensa is a high IQ society that allows use of the ACT Test for membership admission if the test was taken prior to September 1989. A composite score of 29 or above is required. The Triple Nine Society requires a score of at least 32 before October 1989, and a score of at least 34 thereafter is required for admission.

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