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When Applying for college do you Have to have your ACT and SAT scores already ready or do you send them in after?

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Thank you comment icon After - I wait to make sure it is received and have also made sure this is a location I am truly interested in Hamilton
Thank you comment icon They dont ask me for that when i applied for college they ask for h.s diploma Starlen
Thank you comment icon oh ok , thank you both so much! Victoria

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Sheila’s Answer

Hi Victoria:

Having your ACT and SAT scores ready to submit might not be a bad idea. When my young adults were applying to college they had to submit their scores via The College Board. See the link below. Best of luck to you!

Sheila recommends the following next steps:

College Board • https://www.collegeboard.org/?msclkid=6ad8ea2baedd11ecbf1cd7f812445a86
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Rachel’s Answer

I would recommend having the SAT and ACT scores ready to create the strongest possible application. However, the absolute rules will vary depending on the university you are applying to. Some schools are not even requiring the SAT anymore.
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Rohan’s Answer

When I applied, I needed to specify my SAT scores in the application, in addition to sending the scores to them to the specific schools via The College Board. Best way to verify this is to open an application and see if it has as field for SAT scores.

Rohan recommends the following next steps:

Open an application (in the Common App, for example, https://apply.commonapp.org/login)
Check for SAT score field
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