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Question about ACT Scores

nilknnilkn Registered User Posts: 291 Junior Member
edited February 2007 in Carnegie Mellon University
I've taken the ACT twice so far: the first time without the writing test, the second time with it. The time without the writing I got a 32 and the time with the writing I got a 30. I'm only a junior so I have some time to raise that 30. However, hypothetically supposing that I somehow never match or exceed my original 32 with the writing test, will Carnegie Mellon recognize my 32 if I send it in along with another score from a date when I did the writing part?
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Replies to: Question about ACT Scores

  • KensirKensir Registered User Posts: 105 Junior Member
    This is the exact same thing that happened to me. When I visited admissions, they said as long as one of them had the writing I was fine. So I decided to send it in anyway, and according to the application status website, they superscored my ACTs...
  • nilknnilkn Registered User Posts: 291 Junior Member
    Awesome. Thanks.
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