ACT problem, please help!

<p>Hi guys,</p>

<p>So I sent off all of my applications last week, and chose to submit my SAT scores (650 CR, 740 M, 780 W 11 essay, 2170 one sitting March 2010) and omit my ACT scores (31 composite, Feb. 2010) for my common app schools because I THOUGHT the 2170 would be more impressive, despite my weak CR score (I had taken the SAT in November 09, but had gotten as 650 on CR then as well :/). I have since realized that my writing score is not as significant as I had hoped it would be. </p>

<p>The problem is, I didn't really take the ACT subscores into account (English-32, Math-33, Reading-34, Science-25 LOL yikes, writing 29) because my science score was soooooo ridiculously low and I had gotten a 790 on the Bio SAT subject test. </p>

<p>And now, because it is past the deadline, I have two questions:
1. First of all, would schools accept my Feb 2010 ACT score?
2. And if so, do you think it is worth sending in? My ACT reading/english scores would compensate (I think) for my lower CR score, but my science is truly embarrassing.</p>

<p>Here is a summary of my scores:
SAT: 650 CR, 740 M, 780 W 11 essay
Subject tests: 790 Bio, 740 US History
ACT: English-32, Math-33, Reading-34, Science-25, writing 29</p>

<p>I applied to:
UNC-Chapel Hill

<p>Thank you for your help.</p>

<p>bumpp!! Thank you!</p>

<p>On either the SAT or ACT site, there is a document that will convert SAT to ACT scores and vice versa.
You should convert your ACT scores to SAT, and if there is a significant difference, then investigate at each school site (1) whether they take the best individual scores regardless, and 2) is it too late to sned the scores? if you cant find the answer to #2 on the college website, call the admissions office and ask?
These are just my thoughts. Hope this helps!</p>