2150 and 31 ACT. Should I send the latter?

<p>I'm a senior and I got the results of the October ACT recently.
This was the first time I had ever taken the ACT.
I have also taken the SAT twice.</p>

<p>ACT:
English - 33
Math - 27 (ahh! :( )
Reading - 32
Science - 30
Composite - 31
Essay - 8
Combined English and Writing - 30
(I got an 8 on the SAT both times as well)</p>

<p>SAT:
2150 (superscored) - 680 CR, 700M, 770W
2110 (single sitting) - 640 CR, 700M, 770W</p>

<p>**Should I send my ACT scores in addition to my SAT scores?
*Should I retake the ACTs in an effort to bring up my math score?
*</p>

<p>I asked my guidance counselor this morning and he said it wouldn't hurt to send the ACT score but I would like a second opinion...</p>

<p>a 31 ACT can be considered equivalent to a 1360-1400 CR+ M on the SAT. I would advise you to send both since they are similar.</p>

<p>As for retaking the ACT, I would only suggesting doing so if you fully know that a 27 Math is not your best and that you can definitely get 30+. Otherwise I would say start focusing on the other aspect of your application (essay, ECs, recommendation) to ensure that they are great.</p>

<p>PS. if you do decide to retake the ACT, then ensure that the schools you are applying to superscore the ACT.</p>

<p>Thanks! :)
I know I can do better than a 27 if I prepare better but I'm not sure if it's really worth going through the trouble of retaking the ACT...</p>

<p>P.S. - Some don't so it probably wouldn't make sense to retake.</p>

<p>Send only the SAT.</p>

<p>Are you sure?
Wouldn't sending it show consistency? Would it hurt if I sent it?</p>