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ACT without SAT?

hopefulRomanianhopefulRomanian Registered User Posts: 37 Junior Member
Hi all,
I took the ACT back in February and got a 33 composite. I wasn't expecting such a high score so when I saw my results, I decided not to take any more standardized tests ( except for SAT II and AP's ). Will colleges frown upon the fact that I only took the ACT once and did not bother to take the SAT at all?
Most people are pushing me to take both but I feel much more comfortable with the ACT and do not want to offset it with a lower SAT score.
Thanks for your contributions

Replies to: ACT without SAT?

  • skieuropeskieurope Super Moderator Posts: 37,480 Super Moderator
    edited March 2014
    Will colleges frown upon the fact that I only took the ACT once and did not bother to take the SAT at all?
    No
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