I am a bit concerned about my math ACT score, which is a 29. I have a 36 english, and a 35 in science and reading (although USNA doesn't ask for them). I'm a Senior so it is too late to take the test again, and my last three out of four math ACT scores have been a 29 anyways. For some reason I can't get above a 29, even with weeks of studying. I have read that the math ACT score is the most heavily weighted item in the whole person score, which concerns me because my math score does not accurately reflect my actual math ability. Currently I have taken Calculus 1 and 2 at a University, with A's in both. Next semester I will be taking Calculus 3 and 4 at the same University. Will this make up for the lacking math ACT when it comes to the whole person score? I've attended a STEM based school since last school year, so my Junior and Senior transcript is largely math and science courses taken at a University, if this helps anyone answer my question. Thanks in advance for any help!