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34 first try, retake?


Replies to: 34 first try, retake?

  • suzy100suzy100 Registered User Posts: 5,598 Senior Member
    Just FWI @Mwfan1921, some states who have a requirement to take the ACT will let you skip the school-sponsored/required one if you’ve already taken the ACT and got a “qualifying” score. That happened for my D.

    OP, if you aren’t aiming for super-selective schools, I think you are in good shape. Congratulations!
  • theloniusmonktheloniusmonk Registered User Posts: 2,059 Senior Member
    If you're a sophomore you can definitely study for the PSAT and ACT together. I would take the ACT again as it's given at no charge, as long as you can study for it a little more. As others have said, Vandy loves high test scores and any scholarship (Vandy or otherwise) would be helped by a higher score. Also you just really need to focus more on math and science. Good luck!
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