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Sending in SATs AND ACT?

theAkzistheAkzis Posts: 23Registered User New Member
edited December 2012 in Brown University
SAT I: 750 CR/780 Math/670 Writing = 2200
SAT II: 780 Literature/760 Math II/720 Physics
ACT: 35 English/34 Math/35 Reading/34 Science/31 English = 35

I am probably going to send in my ACT and my lit and my math II subject tests to Brown. Would it be beneficial for me to send in the 720 in physics or the 2200 SAT?
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Replies to: Sending in SATs AND ACT?

  • ngongsngongs Posts: 200Registered User Junior Member
    I'm not sure if Brown will accept Score Choice. However, if it's me, I'd send them all and they'll probably take the highest score into consideration. Furthermore, the physics score isn't bad at all, in the context of everything else
  • theAkzistheAkzis Posts: 23Registered User New Member
    Wait, if a college doesn't take score choice, then do I have to submit the SAT even if I intend on using my ACT scores? Or do I only have to send in every score if I choose to send the SAT (instead of the ACT) to that college?
  • bruno14bruno14 Posts: 1,806Registered User Senior Member
    If a college doesn't take score choice, then if you choose to send SAT scores of any kind, all your SAT scores will be sent. If you only want to send ACT scores, then just send those. They're administered by different companies.
  • IvyLKMIvyLKM Posts: 18Registered User New Member
    I sent in both.
  • popcharlie93popcharlie93 Posts: 459Registered User Member
    I'd send in your ACT and your subject tests.
  • jaccrazzijaccrazzi Posts: 85Registered User Junior Member
    What about me, please? I'm applying to schools like Northwestern and Rice.

    SAT: M- 710...CR- 610...WR- 660. Superscore: 1980
    ACT: M- 32...SCI- 33...WR- 33...R- 30...essay- 10. Superscore 32

    I have no SAT Subject Tests to send (but some schools require them, so Math I: 600, Math II: 600, Bio M: 610), because they're not good.


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