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Superscoring the ACT/Retaking the writing (need urgent help)
Hey guys! So I took the ACT back in April and got a 32 composite and an 11 on writing.
Im signed up to retake it in June because I want to raise my composite score, but I have no issues with my writing score.
My question is:
Is it possible to take the ACT twice, once with the essay and once without the essay, and send BOTH to colleges that require an essay?
Like, say, my composite score the second time is better but I didn't do the essay and a college requires me to submit an essay. Is it acceptable to submit my scores from the first round just because of the essay and then to submit my scores from the second round just for the composite and count it as one whole essay?
I will most likely superscore my ACT because I only need to lift math and science, but I'm wondering if it's acceptable to superscore the essay in a sense.
I just want to know if its acceptable or not, because if it isn't I would have to sign up to take the essay as well in June.