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Should I submit ACT?

parent8768parent8768 Registered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
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I will probably get a 30-32 on the on the October ACT; I hope.
What is the lowest score you would send?
I have 790 BIO M and CHEM 760 that I would send in place of ACT

Replies to: Should I submit ACT?

  • chessdaniel9999chessdaniel9999 Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    University of Rochester superstores the ACT, which is using the highest score on each individual section. The average ACT superscore is 31, so if you are at or above the average, you should send in the ACT. I've asked the admissions officers about the SAT Subject Tests, and they said they are more of a supplemental test. You should send them in in addition to the ACT.
  • parent8768parent8768 Registered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
    I did not know that Rochester superscored. I am taking the ACT again, and if I get a section score one point higher than on any previous test I have a 31 superscore.
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