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Does K-State "SuperScore" ACT's?
When I was accepted, they took only the highest composite score. So no, but it might change soon due to the K-State 2025 initiative.
Not that I know of.
K-State does "SuperScore" the ACT, a minimum of a composite 21 is required for automatic admission to the University.
No they also look at your high school GPA! So if you did not do that well on the stupid ACT but have proved yourself as a serious student then you are cool!
I don't know.
Not that I know of. I had an average ACT, likewise with many of my peers and I didn't see a problem with students not getting in if they were around my ACT score.
I don't know what that means.
The required ACT score is a 21, which is super easy. After that, they will award scholarships for higher scores.
Nope. But you only need a 21 to get in and if you don't have that there's still other ways to get accepted. It's just a couple of scholarships that use your ACT score.
No, they do not. You only need a 21 on ACT to be accepted. I did not even take the SAT
K-State does provide scholaship assistance to those who have greater ACT scores. ACT scores also have part to do with getting accepted into the University.
K-state does not superscore any ACT scores. They automatically take your highest score out of the ones you send them.
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