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  1. smtassel

    smtassel Member

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    What sections are considered when reviewing an applicants ACT scores? For example, on the SAT they consider the Critical Reading and Math section.
     
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    They consider everything, but if you score a higher SAt than ACT they take the SAT scores.
     
  3. marciemi

    marciemi USMA Alumnus

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    That may depend on which branch you're talking about. For my son's NROTC application, on the front screen when you log in (where it shows that he got the scholarship, the schools he listed, etc.) it says "Highest Math SAT or ACT equivalent: 800, Highest Verb SAT or ACT equivalent: 700". He never took the SAT so those are converted from his ACT scores, but the other scores (Science/Reading) aren't reflected there at all. I suppose it doesn't mean they aren't considered, but I'd say if this is on the main page, this is the important part.
     
  4. smtassel

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    thank you this is exactly what i needed
     

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