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Should I? Or shouldn't I?

EeVeE25EeVeE25 Registered User Posts: 26 New Member
edited October 2006 in College Admissions
I'm getting ready to send in my application (it needs to be postmarked by tomorrow--ah!), and I'm down to the nitty gritty now. The app asks for me send a copy of my score reports along with my other documents. I called the school and asked if it was neccesary if we already had collegeboard and act.org send the colleges our scores themselves, and the admissions counselor told me it was only for backup. Normally, I'd send a copy just in case, but I only have a copy of my ACT scores. I've been looking up my SAT scores online. Would it be best to just to leave my ACT scores out, or should I include in with my application, and attach a note stating that I don't have a physical copy of my SAT scores, but both scores should have been sent from the respective sites already? Thanks!
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