The ACT exam has been granted equivalency by the Jordanian Ministry of Education. This approval of the ACT test as an equivalency to Tawjihi will open more doors for students in Jordan seeking admission to universities both at home and abroad, giving them additional options to find their ideal future educational or vocational path.
“We are so proud of this endeavor,” said ConnecME Chief Executive Officer Mohammad Shadid. “Education is about options, expanding horizons and attaining global leadership skills. The ACT will now facilitate more options for a new generation of students. Moreover, it opens the very exciting door of more students returning home with elite skills and qualifications. We are grateful for the support and vision from the Ministry of Education, who continues to express an exceptionally supportive view of students in Jordan. This exhibits the Ministry’s continuing commitment toward the Jordanian education sector and to its never-ending commitment to increase opportunities for students in Jordan.”
To mark the occasion, ConnectMe hosted an ACT Launch event attended by over thirty schools and the Ministry of Education.