Sending ACT Question

<p>So on my most recent ACT test (from October) I increased my composite score by a couple points. There's one college of which I applied early action to, and it has my September ACT score report. Is there anything I'm supposed to do, such as call the college, before sending in my better report? Will they be able to evaluate it in time when deciding things such as scholarships?</p>

<p>I'm just unsure if I'm supposed to send it in and the college will take care of the rest..</p>

<p>Thanks for you help (in advance)!</p>

<p>I think you should give the college a call. There are so many things that they have to look at (eg. essay, school profile, transcript) that you want to make sure that your new ACT scores are put in your file. </p>

<p>Give them a call to verify that they have received your new scores.</p>

<p>So I should send my scores and then give them a call?</p>

<p>Yes. They are usually really good about being able to quickly locate your file and tell you what month your ACT scores are from.</p>