Should I retake the ACT a third time?

<p>ACT
1st time
Composite: 30
English 29
Mathematics 30
Reading 32
Science 29
Combined English/Writing 29
Writing: 10</p>

<p>2nd time
Composite: 31
English 30
Mathematics 32
Reading 33
Science 29
Combined English/Writing 31<br>
Writing 11</p>

<p>So I would take them my senior year. I want to go to top colleges like Amherst or Stanford and I have 3 months to study for it like crazy. Any suggestions? Do you think I can improve my ACT 2 or 3 points? if I studied everyday until test day?</p>

<p>I didn't study the second time around for the second time but I improved.</p>

<p>just think about it for yourself... i never understood why people would seek refuge on CC, especially for something like this. If you want to take it again and you feel you'll do better, do it. if not, or if you don't want to, don't.</p>

<p>simple as that, get off CC and study, chill, or do college apps.</p>

<p>You can take the ACT again, the college will take your best score.</p>

<p>I have the same composite scores as you and I'm not, just because I know that it's probably as high as it's going to get. I also had the same problem though. Are you going to be a senior? Will you have a lot of responsibilities that need your time? I think for those schools it doesn't hurt to get it up. For the ones I'm applying to I'm already well within the average range so I don't really care for one or two points more. It's all on you!</p>