When I applied to SLS I had questions about how to self report my writing score. I wasn't sure if I put the writing alone score (which seemed to be how it was written on the application) or the English + writing score. So I called the WP admission office and talked to a women there and asked her how to fill out that section. She said to take the superscore combined and put it down. I further clarified by asking do I take the highest writing from multiple tests plus the highest English from multiple tests. She said yes to super score each the writing and the English. So I went to the ACT website and found the following chart: http://www.actstudent.org/writing/combined.html My highest stand alone writing super score was 11 and my highest stand alone English super score was a 34. so according to the chart provided by ACT my highest English + writing is a 34. However, I did not get the 11 on the writing and the 34 English on the same test. One one test I got a 9 on the writing and the 34 English On one test I got a 11 on the writing and the 32 English. So while I put down a 34 on the self report, my score was recently changed to a 32 due to not superscoring each section. This is fine, I dont mind the switch from a 34 to a 32 in writing (especaily since last years average was 27-so I am still in the comfortable range for this) but I dont want the admissions board to think that I was trying to pull a fast one and was lying. I have a concern that the admission board will be sitting around saying "this moron wrote a 34 for writing when it was only a 32" Should I send them an email explaining or just let it go?