Your Goal College Doesn't Superscore -- Which Test Sitting Should You Submit?


After months of research, you've finally got a well-crafted list of target schools where you're excited to apply. But you also realize that one or two of your target schools doesn't superscore the SAT or ACT. Does this mean you have to modify your study strategy? Strive for a different score goal? Take the test a couple more times?

Lisa Bleich, who is president of College Bound Mentor and author of “Surviving the College Application Process," thinks you should just keep doing the best you can and working on your weaker skill areas between tests.

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