Is a 10 on ACT Essay good?
Average Scores on the Current 12-Point Writing Exam An average score on the current ACT Writing Exam is a a 6.5. For highly selective colleges, you’ll want a score of 8 or higher. Scores of 10, 11, and 12 truly stand out and highlight strong writing skills.
Do I have to submit my act writing score?
From my understanding of the ACT, you have to send your composite and your writing if you took the writing. Your composite score is really good and if you really don’t like your writing score, you can always try again.
Can you send your act writing score separate?
No. When you send an ACT score, it sends the whole score report, meaning the actual test score and any writing score. You would have to send both scores or retake the ACT again and hope to get the composite and writing score you want. You can’t just send the writing score.
Does going test optional hurt you?
“Test Optional” means you don’t HAVE to submit a test score if you can’t or if you prefer not to. If you choose not to send in a score, all your other admission factors will count more heavily. That might hurt your application—or it might not.
Is 25th percentile good?
If your child is in the 25th percentile for weight, this means he’s heavier than 25 percent of boys his age, and less heavy than 75 percent of boys his age. Kids, like adults, come in all shapes and sizes, and some fall on the heavier side, some on the lighter side.