For ACT, the composite score is the average of the four subject scores from one ACT test attempt. Your superscore is the average of your best scores from each subject from multiple test attempts. Your superscore is never lower than a single composite score. 

Students are often concerned that if they take the SAT or ACT more than once, and get a lower score, that's what they'll be stuck with.  That is not necessarily the case!  SAT & ACT superscore!

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But, what if?

What do you do when you don't know the answer or run out of time?  

Is there a penalty for guessing? 

Is there a method to guessing?

You can find the answer from Princeton Review HERE!