I feel really comfortable with the SAT, and I would rather just focus on that one test, but I don’t want to be limited when I’m applying to schools next year. I've heard that there are some schools that specifically require ACT scores (instead of either/or). Is this true?

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Nope! All four-year colleges accept both tests. If you'd rather focus on the SAT exclusively and ignore the ACT, that's totally fine. There are some states that require ACT testing in high school, but there are no colleges that specifically ask for the ACT and not the SAT.

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If your school is not on this list, like most of the schools in the united states essay help, then they do not require all scores--they're either "super score" faculties (your first-rate rating from each section), or "best sitting" faculties (your nice score from any individual check date.

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