Discussion in 'Parents Off Topic' started by Illinifan, Nov 27, 2010.
Just got Zach's ACT score in the mail. He got a 35. We are thrilled!
Wow, he doesn't need to try it again for a higher score, does he? That is incredible. Tell him good job. I know you are proud of him.
He can probably get into just about any school he wants. Lots of schools will give an academic scholarship on the ACT/SAT scores.
My son isn't going to take the SAT/ACT until the spring. He took the PSAT last fall - no scores, yet.
Yeah, what's up with that? Zach took the ACT after the PSAT and he already has his ACT score. I wonder what takes the PSAT people so long?
That is awesome! You should be bragging!
Many congratulations! Glad he'll be able to have many college choices.
When my boys did the PSAT, the results came by the middle of December. I think they are sent to the school and the kids pick them up, so keep an eye on your school's website to see if their arrival has been posted. For the SAT, the scores are sent directly to the home.
Good luck to all of you with seniors navigating the college acceptance maze.
Mom to N, 17
One son a junior in college
N is a freshman in college and is finally putting effort in choosing his major.
Is a 35 a perfect score? Congrats...that means big scholarship money...
36 is a perfect score on the ACT. He was close...
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