ACT Question-sticky situation

<p>Hi! I've taken the ACT in the past with a score of 34. I did pretty well in every section except the science part (ran out of time), so I decided to retake the ACT today. Somebody told me that schools super score the ACT, and I (foolishly) believed him and signed up for the ACT without writing since I was under the impression that I only needed to boost my science score.</p>

<p>Right now I feel like I've done a lot better on this one than the last one and I'm expecting to get maybe a 35-36. My question is that, if the school doesn't super score the ACT, should I send both scores? Also, how would the schools take the two scores into consideration?</p>

<p>The schools on my list are:
Stanford (Early Action)
U Penn
and the UC's</p>

<p>Any help or suggestion would be extremely appreciated, thanks in advance</p>

<p>I would definately wait until you got your score to even worry about this. Sometimes when people feel they did better, they actually do worse.</p>