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Send both ACT score reports if school doesn't super score?

ProfessorMom1ProfessorMom1 Registered User Posts: 382 Member
Some of the schools that son is applying to do not super score the ACT. If his two test dates WERE super scored, his composite would be one point higher. Would you all recommend that we still send both ACT score reports even to schools that don't super score? Just so they can see the slightly higher scores on the other test (aside from the composite).

Replies to: Send both ACT score reports if school doesn't super score?

  • billcshobillcsho Registered User Posts: 18,405 Senior Member
    If they do not superscore, you may just send in the one with the highest composite. Unless the school mentions they will look into section scores even without superscoring like UMich.
  • ProfessorMom1ProfessorMom1 Registered User Posts: 382 Member
    Thank you. Some of them do say that, so we will send both scores there. If they do not say that they will look at section scores, then looks like we will save some money!
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