Sending SAT/ACT scores

<p>I took both the SAT and ACT. However, my ACT score is much greater than my SAT score. If I am sending my scores to colleges then do i even have to mention my SAT score? For example, in the "Academics" section of the Common App it asks for all your test scores. Do I need to mention my SAT score?</p>

<p>To the best of my knowledge, it's unnecessary to list all of your SAT/ACT scores. However, if a college requires all scores to be reported, regardless of SAT/ACT status, you can just directly send a score report. </p>

<p>The score reports, transcripts, and official documents are what truly matter; the Common App just gives a preliminary glimpse into the candidate. But always be accurate to the best of your ability.</p>

<p>So, would it be allowed for me to completely leave out my SAT scores on common app because I am sending my ACT score?</p>

<p>Yeah, except for Yale and a few other schools (you'll need to check).</p>

<p>If the schools you are applying to do not require all examination scores to be sent, to the best of my knowledge, there is no reason to note down a faulty SAT score on the Common App.</p>

<p>If the school requires all scores, however, that's just a matter of sending out specific reports.</p>

<p>Where can i find information on what scores each school wants? Thank you guys so much for helping me.</p>