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ACT Question

rks2689rks2689 Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
edited July 2006 in Johns Hopkins University
Hey Everyone!
I was wondering if Johns Hopkins considers scores from each individual section of the ACT or just the composite score. Should I send in scores from more than one sitting if I scored significantly higher on one section during my first sitting?

Thank you so much for the help!
Post edited by rks2689 on

Replies to: ACT Question

  • AdmissionsDanielAdmissionsDaniel College Rep Posts: 2,788 Senior Member
    We recommend you send all of your ACT scores. For statistical purposes we will only record your highest composite ACT score, but during the Admissions review the adcoms will look at each individual section and note higher scores over different exams.
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