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Reporting multiple ACT scores?

missandeimissandei Registered User Posts: 22 New Member
Hey, I'm asking about McGill yet again!
I have taken the ACTs twice now, and I got my most recent score this morning. I was disappointed to find that my composite score only went up one point, but now meets the minimum.
Anyway, I was wondering if I could report both scores, and if so, the school would take them both into consideration, or even superscore them.
I got a 25 as my first composite, and my science and math scores did not meet the minimum. For my second test, my science scores are sufficient, my English score went up to a 30 (very excited about that!), but my reading score went down from a 28 to a 24 :( and my math score is still a 23.
Should I just not bother applying because of my math score, or not report it at all? I really love this school and I personally feel that my poor math skills shouldn't make me unable to apply. Or should I report both tests and hope that they take my highest scores? Thank you for reading :)
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