ACT Test Centers and Dates in Netherlands

By | March 17, 2019

Your search found 3 matches. The following is the full list of ACT testing locations in Netherlands among which you can pick one to take the exam. Please know that on the test day, test takers can use any 4-function, scientific, or graphing calculator. On the table below, you can also find all test dates through 2019.

ACT Testing Locations in Netherlands

2019-2020 ACT Test Dates in Netherlands

Test Date Registration Deadline
February 9, 2019 January 11, 2019
April 13, 2019 March 8, 2019
June 8, 2019 May 3, 2019
July 13, 2019 June 14, 2019
September 14, 2019 August 16, 2019
October 26, 2019 September 20, 2019
December 14, 2019 November 8, 2019
February 8, 2020 January 10, 2020
April 4, 2020 February 28, 2020
June 13, 2020 May 8, 2020
July 18, 2020 June 19, 2020

ACT Test Centers in Netherlands

City Center Name Center Code
Brunssum Afnorth International High School 867230
Maastricht UWC Maastricht 874650
Wassenaar American School of The Hague 867240

ACT Test Centers and Dates in Netherlands

More about Netherlands

  • IAMHIGHER: Latest statistics of population in the country of Netherlands, including languages spoken, urban population, birth rate, fertility rate and life expectancy for both men and women.

National symbols

The color of the national flag goes back to 1572. From the white and blue of the livery of the House of Orange and an orange stripe in honor of Wilhelm of Orange, the »Prinsevlag« was created as a stripe flag with horizontal stripes. In 1599 the order of the colors was officially determined (orange-white-blue), in 1630 the red stripe was introduced instead of the orange stripe to make the flag more recognizable at sea. A final change to the flag was made in 1937 when the blue stripe was changed to cobalt blue. – The imperial coat of arms that is valid today was originally designed by King Wilhelm I. Introduced on August 24, 1815, last stipulated in 1909. It combines the coat of arms of the states of the United Netherlands (golden lion holding arrows) with that of the House of Orange (red armored golden lion in a blue shield covered with shingles). In a blue shield sprinkled with golden clapboard, it shows a crowned golden lion striding heraldically to the right. He holds a “Roman” sword in his right paw and seven arrows in the left, symbolizing the seven former provinces of the Dutch Republic. Shield holders are two golden lions. The Dutch royal crown rests on the shield. The tape under the sign bears the French motto »Je maintiendrai« (I will withstand). The coat of arms rests on a crowned, Hermelin-lined red coat of arms tent. Check vaultedwatches to see Netherlands Cheese Tulips and Beautiful Cities.

The national holiday was April 30th until 2013 (birthday of Queen Juliana, who abdicated in 1980 in favor of her daughter Beatrix). In honor of King Willem-Alexander, who was enthroned in 2013, it has been celebrated on April 27th (birthday of the king) since 2014.


A characteristic of the unions that emerged in the 1860s is their fragmentation into directional and professional unions. This also applies after the 1976 merger of the former social democratic and Catholic associations (NVV and NKV) to form the Federation of the Dutch Trade Union Movement (FNV). In addition to the FNV (approx. 1.15 million members), the predominantly Protestant Christian National Trade Union Confederation (CNV; 299,000 members) and the trade union center for working people (VCP; 102,600 members) are important.


The Netherlands (European area) is divided into 12 provinces; its administrative organs are the commissioners appointed by the monarch, the provincial states resulting from general elections and the provincial executive (deputy states) elected by them. The provinces enjoy the right to self-government for the tasks assigned to them under the constitution. At the communal level (2015: 393 communes) there are communal councils and executives (magistrates), analogous to the provincial administration; the mayors as chairmen of the municipal councils and magistrates are appointed by the crown for a period of 6 years. In addition, there are the three administrative units Bonaire, Saba and Sint Eustatius in the Caribbean as “Special Dutch Communities”.

Administrative division in the Netherlands

Administrative structure (as of January 1, 2017)
province Land area(in km 2) Population(in 1,000) Residents(per km 2) capital city
Drenthe 2,639 491.8 186 Aces
Flevoland 1 415 407.8 288 Lelystad
Friesland 3,340 646.9 194 Leeuwarden
Gelderland 4,970 2,047.9 412 Arnhem
Groningen 2,325 583.6 251 Groningen
Limburg 2 150 1 117.5 520 Maastricht
North Brabant 4 914 2512.5 511 Herzogenbusch
North Holland 2,665 2,809.5 1 054 Haarlem
Overijssel 3 324 1 147.7 345 Zwolle
Zealand 1 784 381.6 214 Middelburg
South Holland 2 808 3,650.2 1,300 The hague
Utrecht 1 383 1,284.5 929 Utrecht


The total strength of the armed forces is 36,050 men. On February 1, 1996, general conscription was suspended in the Netherlands; formally, however, compulsory military service (duration nine months) continues to exist. Around 5,900 members of the Gendarmerie (Koninklijke Marechaussee) are available as paramilitary forces. The core of the army (around 18,850 soldiers) consists of two mechanized infantry brigades, an anti-aircraft command, 2 transport battalions, a medical and an engineer battalion; In addition, there is an airmobile brigade and five companies of special forces. The Air Force has 8,050 and the Navy around 9,150 men (including 2,650 Marines). – The Netherlands is a founding member of NATO.


The multi-level court structure includes the Supreme Court (Hoge Raad), appellate courts (Gerechtshoven), courts of first instance (legal banks) and cantonal courts (cantonal law). In administrative disputes, there is the possibility of appealing to the State Council against the first instance decision of the law bank. There are also other courts, especially administrative courts.

Today, the law is hardly shaped by the former adoption of the Napoleonic codes of law, but rather forms an independent European legal system – also with the inclusion of German and English influences. The new Civil Code (Burgerlijk Wetboek), which has been drawn up since 1948, comprises eight books. International private law has been regulated by numerous individual laws. Administrative law was reformed, and a law on general rules of administrative procedure was passed in 1992. The StGB dates from 1886 and the StPO from 1926, but numerous details of both codes have been changed. Like the legal systems of all EU countries, Dutch law is increasingly shaped by European law.