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Do colleges that require the writing test want you to take it with every try?

SwagMuffinSwagMuffin Posts: 1Registered User New Member
edited February 2012 in ACT Preparation
I want to apply to Stanford and they require the writing component of the ACT. I scored a 31 composite with 10 writing on February's ACT. I plan on retaking for a higher composite, but do I have to take the writing section again, or does Stanford look at my only writing score during admissions?
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