I’ve asked several people, but I keep getting different answers. Online, different places say different things as well. What I’m thinking is that Cornell does not officially superscore the ACT, but does acknowledge a higher score so is it worth sending a high score section then? Anyone know the definite answer on their superscoring process for the ACT? Thanks!
Secondary sources such as Prepscholar do not supersede what Cornell states:
If you want to spend the money to send an additional report, go for it. It won’t hurt.
Your ACT composite will NOT be superscored by Cornell even though SATs will be superscored by Cornell admissions.
Also note that Cornell requires ALL ACT scores be sent, but no longer require all SATs.