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I am checking one of the university admission applications.
One of the forms is "Secondary School Report" form. It is for applicant's high school counselor to write down applicant's SAT/ACT, AP scores and test dates and other academic records. But if sudents chose not to send scores to their high school when taking ACT, will HS somewhat still have the test scores? Also, students are under the protections of score choice. Neither ACT, nor Collegeboard send scores to anyone without students permission. I don't understand some college admission request these scores from HS counselor?