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Lakers/medic fanLakers/medic fan Registered User Posts: 67 Junior Member
edited April 2008 in ACT Preparation
This is my problem..... I took the ACT in 10th grade and i got a 25(really bad) I sent it to colleges that i would like to go to. I plan to retake it in September of 08. So can I send in my new scores, which i probably am going to do better, so that college will look at my 08 scores rather than my 10th grade scores. i am askeing this because for the SAT colelge look at all the scores, but for the ACT college only look at one. If i send in a higher ACT score(the one in Spetember) will they look at the September one or the 10th grade one. Will the disregard the other score?
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  • PeytonclinePeytoncline Registered User Posts: 2,465 Senior Member
    don't worry about that.. if you get a 30 and you want to go to a college that'll accept you for a 28... you'll get in.. the 25 really won't matter

    don't think about it too much
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