Best Scores Considered?

<p>Stanford requires all scores be sent, why is this? I started out with low ACT scores from Freshman and Sophmore year...but am improving alot my Junior Year by working hard at home in ACT Practice Books. I have a 3.9 and take honors and APs. So, I guess I'm not the best test taker under time limits, but I'm still very smart! If I do achieve a 30+ will it negate my >30 scores? Like will the see that I got the thirty and leave it at that or say OH NO SHE STARTED WAYYY TO LOW ON THE ACT! REJECTED!</p>

<p>Honestly, I don't think it'll be like that, but I would like some confirmation.</p>

<p>I actually think it could represent good work ethic, like I'm not giving up even though I didn't do great the first time. Improvement seems to be key.</p>

<p>Also, I haven't taken any of the ACTs with writing so i'm not even sure if I'm suppose to send them?</p>

<p>Please help yall!</p>

<p>Please be considerate when answering.</p>