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How do colleges consider ACT and SAT scores that aren't comparable?
DD received a 35 on her ACT and a 1400 on her SAT. We unfortunately sent both scores to Harvard and Stanford and I couldn't convince her to retake the SAT. She did receive one 700 (physics) and one 800 (math 2) on her subject tests. I have seen all kinds of discussion about superscoring, etc., but nothing about what happens when one is much higher than the other. Her GPA is a 3.9 unweighted. Do they consider both? Whichever is highest?5 replies