This is a helpful summary of score choice and supering scoring for the SAT and ACT.
Most students know that in order to apply to college, they must take the SAT or ACT. Yet far fewer students know the policies for submitting these tests to colleges, and the guidelines colleges use when considering test scores. With the College Board’s relatively recent introduction of Score Choice for the SAT, in addition to disparate policies on superscoring at universities across the country, deciding what to do (or not do) with your SAT and ACT scores has become a complex process. This article will guide you through the concepts of Score Choice and superscoring, and will explain how and when you can use them to your advantage.
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