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Iowa sophomore center Luka Garza is out indefinitely after surgery to remove a benign cyst from his. This video of Rhode Island walk-on Will Leviton getting a scholarship will make you cry. Lard has become close with Chris Herren.

Indiana lands four-star guard. Darius Bazley originally was headed to the G League, but instead will sit out. ACC announces tournament sites for , Jeff Jones announced his second battle with prostate cancer to help fundraise for the American Cancer Society. Former Louisville head coach Rick Pitino went on the Dan Patrick Show to discuss his legacy, his time at Louisville and his upcoming book.

Gonzaga still missing key piece as fall hits. Grad transfer Geno Crandall, a key piece for the Zags this season, has been removed from Gonzaga's roster and is still enrolled at UND. Four-star forward Dylan Disu commits to Vanderbilt. Disu is the second four-star prospect to commit to Vandy in the last week, joining guard Austin Crowley. Banks charged with DUI, speeding.

Banks, who was arrested early Sunday morning, was released on bond Tuesday. College athletes in court to fight NCAA compensation caps. Sports economist Dan Rascher was the first witness called to the stand Tuesday.

TCU guard Jaylen Fisher undergoes knee surgery. Fisher missed half of last season after tearing the meniscus in the same knee. Downtown Atlanta to host AAU tournament with 35 courts in one building. This event will be held in the same area at the same time as all the shoe company events. Villanova lands commitment from five-star New Jersey wing. Villanova beat out Duke for his commitment. Rick Pitino on coaching future: And that is really all you need to know as Pitino makes the rounds on his book release tour.

Witness says he lied about Josh Pastner sexual harassment allegations. This news comes less than three months after Georgia Tech performed its own investigation and cleared Pastner of any wrongdoing. NCAA goes back to court, defending its amateurism rules. The NCAA will be back in court Tuesday in California, defending its amateurism rules against plaintiffs who say capping compensation at the value of a scholarship violates federal antitrust law.

Financial advisor in college basketball bribery case pleads guilty. This is the first domino to fall, but it's one we all saw coming. The 6-foot-5 Weaver injured his right ankle during a workout last week. ACC looks for boost with launch of TV channel. The new ACC Network could lead to the league's basketball slate getting off to an earlier start than usual in Michigan State committed no violations in handling of sexual assaults. Kenny Johnson is implicated in these court documents.

These include the following:. Check out your own high school to see which of its courses qualify as NCAA core courses. GPAs are calculated on a 4. The chart below shows how letter and percentage grades translate to this 4. For a detailed explanation of how the ACT is scored, check out our article here.

The gist is that the ACT has four sections: English, Math, Reading, and Science. Each of these sections is scored on a scale from 1 to 36, and these four section scores are averaged together to give you a composite score, also out of Instead, NCAA adds your section scores together to get a sum score.

Before you get a scaled score from 1 to 36, each section receives a raw score. Your raw score is simply the number of questions you answered correctly on each section. The chart below gives an example of how raw scores can convert into scaled scores. Why is this important? You might get lucky and add a point or more to your raw score!

An example of an official ACT score conversion chart from raw to scaled. If you have a higher GPA, you can meet the eligibility requirements with lower scores. You could either aim to score the same on each section—say, around 15 out of 36—or a little higher on some sections and lower on others depending on what your strengths are. To reach this score, you could score around 17 out of 36 on each section, or a little higher or lower in some.

You will need at least a 2. Students with GPAs between 2. Similarly, students with GPAs between 2. Partial qualifying scores are in parentheses for Division I only. Read on for our top tips and strategies.

However, since there is no minimum score needed per section, you can achieve your target sum score with any combination of section scores. In short, you can play to your strengths.

What subjects are you stronger in? Which subjects aren't your forte? If you love English but feel as though math messes with your head, you could, for example, aim for a higher score on the English and Reading sections than you do on the Math section.

Once you have your target scores defined, take a look at the sample raw score chart above. How many questions do you need to get right in order to hit your goal score? If you need an 18 in English, for example, this means you'll need to get questions right aim for at least As I mentioned above, there's no penalty for wrong answers, so you might as well guess.

If you skip any questions, leave a little time at the end of the section to fill in the rest on your bubble sheet. You might also be able to improve your scores by retaking the ACT.

Start early to make sure you have enough test dates. As with the rigorous hours you put in for your sport, you need to step up to some serious training for the ACT. Studying will help you get better, just as practices allow you to improve as an athlete. Believing that you can grow and get better is a big part of clearing the way for growth to actually happen. As you've probably felt during exhausting practices and games, a huge part of performing is winning this mental battle.

These values of dedication, effort, discipline, and internal motivation will help you on the ACT and carry you through your career as a student-athlete in college. Figure out your strengths, drill your weaknesses, and keep up your drive and hunger to achieve your goals. Finding time for test prep is easier said than done, especially with your packed schedule of school, homework, practices, games, and a social life.