Quick superscore question

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  1. Vista123

    Vista123 Member

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    I understand how they superscore reading, science, math and English but how do they superscore your composite.

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  2. USMA - I'm on my way!

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    They do it just like the SAT. However, make sure you also have a score in the "Writing" section. If not, then your ACT scores will essentially be voided.
     
  3. Vista123

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    dont get it

    nope-dont get it
    we dont take the SAT in my area unless there is a specific need-so saying its like the SAT doesn't help.

    so for superscoring the ACT they take your highest score on each of the subtests (English, Reading, math and Science). I understand that.

    But for the composite...

    do they average the four highest scores to get your composite? or was it the highest composite score that you got on a previous ACT exam?
     
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    This may/may not apply to USMA, but USNA did not appear to care about the composite score but rather just the two sections.
     

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