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Hi, I found this excellent up-to-date chart regarding superscoring on another CC thread. All of my son's top choices appear on this list as superscoring the "ACT Composite." Can someone explain that to me? I understand what ACT superscoring is, taking the best sub-section from all of the test dates and coming up with a new composite. But if you are just superscoring the composites, doesn't that simply mean they are taking the best score? If so how is that different from simply submitting your best score (all of these schools allow score choice which I know is an SAT thing but I assume means you can choose which ACT score to send).