SAT and ACT

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  1. adamandre1998

    adamandre1998 New Member

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    I took the ACT and didn't do as well on it as the SAT.

    SAT: 1890 (710 math, 630 reading, 550 writing)
    ACT: 29 (30 english, 28 math, 32 reading, 26 science)

    Should I post this ACT score to my Army ROTC application? Would it even be considered at the next board? (I've been boarded on the first board)
     
  2. Maplerock

    Maplerock Proud to be an American

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    Those arent bad scores. Both the ACT and SAT scores are decent but not stellar. I'm not sure your SAT would translate to a much higher score than the ACT (math might). I suspect it would be close. Others on here can calculate it for you.

    Good luck to you!
     
  3. Hockey8797

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    I am just another candidate for the scholarship so don't take my word completely as there are many other people here much more qualified to answer. I originally had a 30 on my ACT but right before I was boarded I got a higher score bumping me up by 2 points. I emailed the command and they told me to upload it immediately as an electronic score. Within a day it was approved and my scores were updated on the application for the first board. For me, I took a screenshot and uploaded it. Much quicker way to get it in.
     
  4. jodaddy

    jodaddy New Member

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    I think your scores are fine as long as you have strong leader and athlete scores as well. We received unofficial word (understanding schools are not suppose to tell you until letters are received) that my son was a first board awardee and he had a 28 ACT and 1200 SAT with strong leader and athlete components. Submit them both. It will not hurt your application.
     

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