So so confused on scores...

<p>So I've read from various sources, including AdmissionsDaniel, that Hopkins does not superscore the ACT. Yet when I called, they claimed they would look at the individual scores for each section of any test, including the ACT.</p>

<p>First off, even if they don't superscore, would they still look at the other sections of tests? Or simply find the highest composite and completely ignore any other tests.</p>

<p>Second, which policy is correct?</p>

<p>Third, should I send a 31 ACT(E32, M29,R33, S 28), or a 2070 SAT (CR 620, M710, W 740). That CR score would probably hurt me, so it'd be best to send my ACT, right?</p>

<p>Yah, I would send in ACT scores</p>

<p>No reason to be confused ... our ACT scoring policy is explained right here:
Standardized</a> Test (SAT / ACT / SAT II) Questions</p>

<p>AdmissionsDaniel, so I am encouraged to send all scores because every subsection will be considered, but for statistical purposes and the because of theway the ACT is scored, a newcomposite will not be calculated from various subsections?</p>

<p>Basically it will benefit me to send all scores, and it would not be a waste. Correct?</p>

<p>Send all your scores in to Hopkins.</p>

<p>As I already stated on the Hopkins Forums thread, the preference of the Admissions Committee is that applicants submit all ACT scores.</p>

<p>Okay, thank you very much!</p>