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The University of Louisiana at Lafayette will administer the ACT Residual Exam on May 21 at 8 a.m. in H.L. Griffin Hall on campus.

Students should bring $35 cash (exact amount) or money order, two #2 pencils and a picture I.D. No pre-registration is required. Students will be admitted on a first come, first serve basis due to limited seating.

The ACT Residual test is intended as an opportunity for UL Lafayette applicants to be tested for admission if a student was unable to take one of the ACT exams given on a national test date.

The Residual Exam scores are reportable only to UL Lafayette. Scores cannot be used at any other university, nor can they be used for scholarship purposes or for NCAA eligibility.

Students should report to the lobby of H.L. Griffin Hall at least 25 minutes early. This is the last ACT Residual to be given before the Summer 2005 semester. Results will be available May 23 after 1 p.m. in Lee Hall, room 115.

For more information regarding admissions, contact the university at (337) 482-6480.

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