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look, here's the story: i'm a junior in high school with a passion for science and math.
normally, i get a 35/36 in math, and 30/32 reading, 32 science, and 34 writing: this leads to a 32-33 composite score.
in February, i took the ACT and went way beyond my expectations: a 34 composite. i pretty much scored a 34 reading, 35 writing, 34 science, BUT...a frustratingly enough, a 33 in math (?!?).
so, seeing as how ill probably never do that well on the other three sections ever again, IS IT WORTH IT TO TAKE THE ACT AGAIN IN APRIL TO BRING UP MY MATH COMPOSITE SCORE, AT THE EXPENSE OF LOWER SCORES ON THE OTHER THREE SECTIONS?