Both the SAT and the ACT are major examinations, and many students find that they do not perform as well as they would like the first time they take these tests. As a result, many opt to retake them, especially if they took the test for the first time during their junior year of high school.
If you’ve taken the ACT or SAT and are unhappy with your score (as many students are), you may be wondering if it’s worth taking the test again. If you take either or both tests more than once, you may end up with a superscore that is higher than your composite score from any individual test date.
If you’ve taken the SAT or ACT more than once but are still unhappy with your score, you may want to superscore your test results.