I just took the ACT and immediately decided to retake it next month. I’m pretty sure that the test was not up to par and I don’t want the score to go to any schools. I want my next score to be my official score. Should I cancel this test score?

Online ACT and SAT Test Prep System Forums ACT Prep I just took the ACT and immediately decided to retake it next month. I’m pretty sure that the test was not up to par and I don’t want the score to go to any schools. I want my next score to be my official score. Should I cancel this test score?

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    You actually have no idea what kind of score you will get on your next ACT.  What if something happens and you don’t make it and what if you get sick and can’t think straight and what if, etc, etc?  

    We always recommend students take 2 tests for just these reasons.

    Even if you send THREE tests, only the highest one will count.  There is no reason NOT to send this one if you are sending 2 total scores.  Colleges won’t count a lower score on one test against you.

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