I was happy with my SAT score (2220), so I sent it to UT Austin, my top choice college. However, I took the ACT recently because I figured I should try both tests, and I got a 35 on it. I feel like I made a huge mistake in sending the SAT score since my ACT score is comparatively higher. Should I send them my new score, or is there no point now?

asked 25 Jan '16, 15:45

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Yes, you should send your new score. Your SAT score is still great, so there's no reason you should expect any issues. There's not enough of a discrepancy between the two scores for the school to think it's weird. It's pretty clear that you're just slightly better-suited to the format of the ACT.

Also, both scores are well above average for UT Austin. You really shouldn't be worried at all based on statistics: http://www.prepscholar.com/sat/s/colleges/UT-Austin-admission-requirements.

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answered 25 Jan '16, 15:51

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