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If it's of any interest, as the parent of a 2400 and a 36, I am NOT stressing those achievements with my second child coming up. I am telling her to truly enjoy her classes, take risks, and know that a great college awaits her.
Truly, the ACT is not as highly regarded by elite institutions as the SAT.
Congrats to your first child, but just curious; why did he/she take both tests?