If you didn't get the ACT score you want, think about me :) [rant]

<p>I took the ACT in June and I was sure I would get a 33, but received a 32 (same as the year prior, so no improvement). So, in anger, I ordered the test booklet and my answers. And what do you know, this is the question that prevented me from getting a 36 on the math and a 33 composite:</p>

<p>(4a+7b+6c) - (6a+6b-3c) is equivalent to: </p>

<p>Yeah...I forgot about the subtraction sign, so, next time you didn't get what you want on the ACT, think about me. And that's only one of the 6 stupid mistakes I made, so cheers to everyone else who was lucky enough to get a 33. Just had to rant it out, because it's ridiculous.</p>

<p>Yea I got a 26 science... stop your ranting... I got a *****ing 26 science... might of got a 35 english, but ohh wait I got a 26 science... I hate science with a passion</p>

<p>^^ You think thats bad. The test prior to this 32, I developed a headache on the science section and got a 24, ruining my other 32 english, 33, reading, and 34 math subscores (31).</p>

<p>The test prior to that one I got the flu 3 days before the test and got a 31.</p>

<p>So, i'm pretty sure I have much worse luck than anyone here ever has. I have to take it a 5th damn time since my first 32 in 10th grade because my life sucks. My college chances are utterly ruined because of standardized tests, thanks to reoccuring badluck.</p>

<p>Stop your ranting son. I'm irate. Only a 30 math and 30 composite? I was one question away from a 31. At least I was only a sophomore.</p>

<p>Yea I'm a rising senior... a 30 on science would have yielded a 33... A #$@#@ 33... I could have basically had a chance anywhere I ever wanted to go with a 33... AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH</p>

<p>My scenario is even worse: I had like 6-7 MISBUBBLED ANSWERS TOTAL, 3 of which prevented me from getting a 36 on MATH. So you should think about ME</p>

<p>^I'm pretty sure that applies to me as well. I have NO IDEA how I only scored a 30 on the Math section.</p>

<p>...I was expecting a 36 in math at the minimum and I ended up with a 32. After recieving the QAS today I found out that all of the mistakes in Math and science were all really dumb ones, should have gotten 36 in both (got 32 and 33 respectively). </p>

<p>But, since it was my first time, I am not complaining. Stupid mistakes do happen but I think I will get the score I deserve in September since I actually have time to review now and I know the format/timing of the test.</p>

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<p>Modest goals? :)</p>

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Yea I'm a rising senior... a 30 on science would have yielded a 33... A #$@#@ 33... I could have basically had a chance anywhere I ever wanted to go with a 33... AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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Man, let's cry together until the last ACT in September. I'm gonna mess up that one too. It always happens on every test I take in school and literally everything I do. Cursed brah.</p>

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Modest goals?

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<p>Haha, well that was slightly exaggerated. I meant to say that I thought I would miss 1 or 2 questions at most because the test was extremely easy.</p>

<p>My 33 on math messed up my chances of getting a 35. Ended up with a 34.25 :p.</p>