Residual ACT?

<p>I took the December ACT and made a 29. I really want a 30, because I will get a better scholarship. Since I'm a senior, the February ACT isn't an option. Has anyone taken a residual ACT? I've heard the residual ACT is easier than a national ACT, is that true?</p>


<p>I've never heard of a residual ACT. What exactly is that?</p>

<p>It's an ACT that you take at the college you will be attending. The score only counts for that specific college you took it at, and at the college I plan on taking it at, you know your score 10 minutes after finishing the test.</p>


<p>If you are certain on that college, then go for it. It sounds like a good idea for your situation, but only if you are doing it not for acceptance, but for scholarships.</p>