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Basically most conversions online are off...
So my question is why is a 27 ACT (87 Percentile) considered low while a 1880 is considered higher. They are basically the same but tables online are so off on the percentiles.
Okay maybe not 27 but lets get into the top 10 percentile
28 is 90-92 Percentile you score higher than 90-92% of students why is this considered below a 1930-1950 if both students score above 90 percent of students
If lets say UPENN will accept a 1900, will it accept a 28 all the same?
Or maybe a 30 (93-94 Percentile)
1990-2030 Is the same in SAT
Same situation for a college they are viewing them the same right?
There is not much difference between 28 and 30 in college decisions or am I wrong? It is still top 10% of test scorers but CC downplays that?