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    ACT score....

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    From the first grade all the way up to the eighth, I consistantly scored in the 98th to 99th percentile on the SAT. However, I am now in the eleventh grade and taking the ACT. Should my score be over 32? I feel like my intellect hasn't fallen since that time. Also, how does this compare with the SAT?

    Thank you for any input!

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    Re: ACT score....

    Remember on the SAT you took, their was no sentence correcting part, which is 1/4 of the ACT. Are you good with that. Also, are you good in Science which is another 1/4 part of the test. If not I suggest you buy a review book and take some practice tests.

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    Is ACT required only within US? Is it helpful in other countries as well?

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