ACT Scores?

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  1. ballsy

    ballsy Member

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    Hello all. I am preparing to apply for a scholarship within the next few months. How does the ACT work? Do I choose my best score if I've taken it multiple times? Also can I superstore my tests, as in take my highest sub categories and combine them for the highest possible score? Thanks!
     
  2. navymomwannabe

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    Yes you can superscore. I only know that NROTC only superscores english and math. some of the academies superscore all 4 scores and some academies requre the writing portion as well.
     
  3. coastiefam

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    Depends on the scholarship of course. AFROTC takes best sitting, not superscore.

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  4. txpotato

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    Army ROTC super scores. Send all your scores to Cadet Command and follow up to make sure they have all of them.
     
  5. Pima

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    AFROTC does not superscore. Best sitting.

    Take both the ACT and SAT. If you took the PSAT add a 0 behind the PSAT score and that should give you a clue regarding your SAT score.
    ~ If you are top 5%, aka NMSF, remember to place that on your resume.

    A/NROT tie the scholarship to the cadet and the college....CHOOSE WISELY.

    AF/NROTC tie it to the intended major. 85% go to tech majors.

    Now from a rubic equation you can see that until you say which ROTC branch you want, the responses will be all over the place.
     
  6. usa95

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    If you want to save money sending all those official test scores to academies, congressmen, and ROTC, have your counselor input your ACT and SAT scores on your official transcript. That way you don't end up spending hundreds of dollars your senior year sending out scores. You can send 3 for free, but you'll need more than three.
     

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