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How does superscoring work on the ACT?

Historically, some colleges have calculated a superscore from the complete set of scores reported on a standard ACT score report. You can now send official ACT superscore reports with a composite superscore, which is calculated by combining your highest section scores from full ACT tests and all section retests. Note that score reports that superscore will still contain at least one composite full ACT test score and all scores from the test events that comprise the superscore. Some colleges and universities may choose not to consider the superscore when evaluating applications, so make sure to verify the score reporting policies of the colleges and universities to which you are planning to apply.

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