ACT scores...?

Question:I took the ACT in February and I got a composite score of 30.
I wasn't planning on retaking it but most schools require the writing section and I did really bad on it. (I scored in the 7th percentile.) Should I retake the whole thing to raise my writing score, or not even bother?




Answers:
If the college you want to attend requires the writing then take it again. This might affect the english courses you can take. It won't hurt to take it again.
A composite of 30 is pretty good - and it's difficult to believe that you did that badly on the writing part if you have a composite score of 30. Do some research on the schools that most interest you and try to determine if that will have a major impact.
On average, some universities require a minimum of a 21 or 22 for an ACT score, so you did really well! I wouldn't worry about your writing test if you're planning on going to a state university school.
retake it, i got 35 the 4th time i took it, you can send in the scores you want so it doesn't hurt you. It sounds like you weren't familiar w/ the writing section so you could rly improve. Actually, I'm not sure your scores are possible...Did you get 36s on everything else?

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