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sending ACT& SAT scores

azmommazmomm 159 replies18 threads Junior Member
edited October 2010 in Mount Holyoke College
Despite knowing that MHC and Smith are test optional, my D submitted all test scores- 29 and 1770, will this hurt or even be considered. I know the 29 isn't bad, but it is not great either
edited October 2010
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  • Bossf51Bossf51 2354 replies263 threads Senior Member
    I think if she sent them they will be considered. Not sure if she can "unring" the bell.
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  • the_college_ladythe_college_lady 22 replies0 threads New Member
    if they are test optional, there may be a question on the Common App supplement that asks "do you want us to consider your scores?" and if the senior answers no, the college will abide by that choice. (Students often send scores, especially junior year when they are unaware of the various test-optional colleges but there is an opportunity to express your choice at application time.)
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