Schools that don't Superscore - is submitting highest ACT always the best?
Hi there - For colleges that don't superstore, is it always better to submit the highest ACT scores? I am in the process of applying for early action to 5 schools all of whom have average ACT ranges of 29 -33. My highest was 30. One of my top picks, University of Michigan, does not superstore. My GPA is 3.9 unweighted/4.1 weighted, so that's good but I'm a bit worried about my ACTs. First composite (w/out Writing) was 30 but Math and Science were low (23 and 24) . Second time, my composite decreased to 28 but Math increased to 25 and Science to 27. Plus I did the Writing section (9). For schools that offer it, I will be majoring in Speech and Communicative Disorders. For those that don't either Eduation, Special Education or LAS Undecided. I'm nervous that if I only submit my highest score, they will take a look at math and science and laugh. I asked my school counselor but she said she wasn't sure so really looking back to getting some advice .5 replies