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Which scenario is better?
I'm a junior at a small high school (just under 1000 students), and, in my opinion, its academics are usually poor quality. Despite this, my ACT score has been a 34 for both times I've taken it. I would like to know what college admissions officers think of my situation when compared to a student at a large high school that has very good academics, teachers, etc., who gets the same or similar score. Do colleges typically regard the student at the "better" school more highly than the other student, or is it the opposite? Apologies if this is in the wrong forum, just trying to get some answers.