Which score is better?

<p>I am not sure which standardized score to send, or if I should send both. </p>

<p>ACT
Composite = 35
English - 35
Math - 35
Science - 35
Reading - 33 </p>

<p>SAT (I'm listing them b/c some schools allow Score Choice, while others want all of them).
Test 1
Total = 2150
Math = 770, CR = 680, W = 700</p>

<p>Test 2
Total = 2180
Math = 690, CR = 720, W = 770 </p>

<p>Test 3
Total = 2310
Math = 800, CR = 780, W = 730</p>

<p>Superscore
Total = 2350
Math = 800, CR = 780, W = 770 </p>

<p>SAT II
Math 1 = 760
Chemistry = 800
Biology = 750 </p>

<p>Would sending one over the other be harmful? Or would sending both be better?</p>

<p>Thanks :)</p>

<p>If you go to a school that only looks at the superscore send the SAT.</p>

<p>I agree. At Yale, Penn and Stanford, send the ACT. 4 times is kinda ridiculous. </p>

<p>If the schools truly only cared about ur highest sitting, they'd accept scorechoice.</p>

<p>I actually only took the SAT 3 times. Is 3 still too many times?</p>

<p>Penn wants all tests you've taken.</p>

<p>Your superscored SAT is excellent and your ACT is really good too.</p>

<p>It wouldn't hurt to send both of them, since both are really good scores.
It also depends on which schools will accept your superscore; if I were you, I would send ACT to those who don't, and both to do those who do.</p>

<p>Send both. You're in the "top tier" for both of them, and it shows a bit more honesty. At the very least, it's reinforcing evidence that you have the ability to do well on both tests.</p>