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*Official* Early ACT Scores for the April Test

CCShamrockCCShamrock 127 replies16 threads Junior Member
Please post your real scores from actstudent.org when you get them to see how you compare to other CC'ers.
Don't flame the bad scores
Please, no fake scores
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  • jennifer89jennifer89 24 replies6 threads New Member
    It's not out for me yet :(

    Here's what it says:

    There are no scores for you from the April 9, 2005 national administration. It takes longer for some scores to become available. Scores will be added weekly throughout processing as quickly as situations such as Standby registrations, late receipt of answer sheets, or inconsistent identifying information are resolved. Please try again in a week.


    A week??? I don't think I can wait that long!! lol. Do u think they'll maybe update daily? (I hope)


    What did you guys get? ;-)
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  • jennifer89jennifer89 24 replies6 threads New Member
    Oh, and one more thing.

    They won't charge me $8 if my scores aren't ready yet, will they??

    If not I'll be so screwed 'cause I've refreshed that page about 5 times. lmao.
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  • greygoogreygoo 290 replies4 threads Junior Member
    35 composite.
    36 english, 35 reading and science, 34 math.

    Does anyone know anything about the curves? According to my subscores in math, I got an 18 and a 17, which seems to indicate I only got one wrong. Did anyone get a 35 math?
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  • floridakmmfloridakmm 60 replies17 threads Junior Member
    when can you look so they don't charge you? soon or in a few weeks?
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  • jennifer89jennifer89 24 replies6 threads New Member
    Hmm.. here's what I think.

    Getting 17 and 18 doesn't necessarily mean that you got one wrong. There's a total of 60 math questions right? So you could've gotten more than 1 wrong
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  • greygoogreygoo 290 replies4 threads Junior Member
    Actually, I got 2 18's and a 17. No big deal, though. I won't complain about my 35 composite, and a 35 in math wouldn't affect my composite anyway. :)
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  • CCShamrockCCShamrock 127 replies16 threads Junior Member
    E-33
    M-34
    R-32
    S-32

    Composite-33
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  • CC AdminCC Admin Administrator 29512 replies3008 threads Senior Member
    Daughter's:

    Eng 35
    Read 35
    Science 35
    Math 33

    I know 35 is good, but exactly how low is the 33 and will it hurts? Should she retake?
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  • ryanberry07ryanberry07 198 replies27 threads Junior Member
    are you dumb? please we realize that you enjoy your score, but dont flaunt it.
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  • CC AdminCC Admin Administrator 29512 replies3008 threads Senior Member
    Actually, Ryanberry, I am dumb. I'm not familiar with these tests and don't know what they mean. Only what she tells me.
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  • celebrian25celebrian25 15082 replies288 threads Senior Member
    Those are great scores. She doesn't need to retake at all.
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  • TAWSTAWS 365 replies17 threads Member
    33 composite for me
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  • emswimemswim 426 replies48 threads Member
    33 composite. 29 math (I got short on time and had to guess on a few) 34 Reading, 35 English, 35 Science. Should I retake because of the relatively low math?
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  • celebrian25celebrian25 15082 replies288 threads Senior Member
    I wouldn't. 99 percentile is excellent.
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  • emswimemswim 426 replies48 threads Member
    This is slightly off topic, but do you think I need to take the SAT, or just send my ACT. I think everywhere I am interested in accepts either.
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  • tokudastokudas 117 replies30 threads Junior Member
    I guess you can try SAT and after you receive your score, you can decide if you want to send it or not.
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  • TAWSTAWS 365 replies17 threads Member
    that stinks emswim, it almost rounded to a 34 :P
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  • jwvccaljwvccal 105 replies5 threads Junior Member
    I lost my ACT ID # am I totally screwed for early viewing? Do you know of any possible way of retrieving this # if its not your social security #?
    (BTW I had a squeaky desk at the testing center and so I folded up my information sheet with the # on it and wedged it between the desk and the metal bar...It worked well but I forgot to get my sheet before I left)
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  • TAWSTAWS 365 replies17 threads Member
    The proctors are supposed to collect your ACT info sheet, so I don't know how you would lose it.
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  • M17M17 178 replies6 threads Junior Member
    Math - 36
    English - 36
    Reading - 34
    Science - 32
    Composite - 35

    *Sigh of relief* I wouldn't've checked but I needed to know whether I should have taken the SAT again before the registration deadline.
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