Did you just score a 29 on the ACT and wonder how well you did on the exam? With a score of 29, you are in the 91st percentile of all test takers. You are in range for improvement and, with plenty of preparation, can better your score and widen the horizon of opportunity. Whether you have the budget for a prep course or want access to tons of free content, we at SupertutorTV have you covered. Here at SupertutorTV we offer courses and prep materials, along with a Youtube channel with over 10,000,000 views, to help you maximize your academic potential.
Everyone has different goals, so what would be a sufficient score for you might be different from someone who has different career aspirations. Test scores are just one part of your college application and admissions offices look at the entire candidate (grades, extracurricular activities, personal essays, etc.) before determining their decision.
Some schools de-emphasize test scores, and there are some you can get accepted into with lower scores. Do not limit yourself to these schools, however, and use the resources at hand to boost your odds at going somewhere more competitive.
Take a look at the chart below to see where you have a good chance at getting in and where you have a better chance at with bumping up your score.
|Schools||Average ACT Scores|
|Rochester Institute of Technology||26-31|
|University of Connecticut||26-31|
|Brigham Young University||27-31|
|University of Florida||27-31|
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