Superscoring is the process by which colleges consider the highest section scores across all the dates a student took the SAT or ACT. This means taking the highest Math score and the highest Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) score across all test dates, and using those to calculate the overall ‘superscore’.

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