Do I have to send my ACT scores to Stanford?

<p>The Stanford website says:</p>

<p>"The ACT Plus Writing or the SAT (Critical Reading, Math and Writing) is required of all undergraduate applicants. Official scores from all test dates must be sent to Stanford directly from the ACT or the College Board (the reporting agency for the SAT) or both if the applicant has taken the ACT and the SAT. Score reports must arrive by the appropriate application deadline."</p>

<p>I was planning on just sending my SAT scores to Stanford, as they are stronger than my ACT. I was also not going to even mention my ACT on the common app. This would also prevent me from having to pay an additional fee to submit my ACT.</p>

<p>But this information makes it seem like Stanford requires applicants to send in both sets of scores. Is this true?</p>

<p>If you've taken it, you have to submit it. I feel the same way as you do, except that my ACT>my SAT.</p>

<p>You definitely have to send both if you have taken both.</p>

<p>But do they expect you to have taken both? I took the SAT twice, and I really don't have the funds to be taking any more standardized tests at this point...</p>

<p>P.S. Sorry for hijacking your thread with my question :(</p>