With that being said, there may still be some advantages to submitting an ACT score. Here are some things to consider:
Is your school of choice one that is more difficult to gain admittance?
Does the college/university use ACT scores for scholarship or honors consideration?
Are you a good standardized test taker? A nice score can still add to your 'resume'.
Is your ACT score a good reflection of your academic ability and potential?
If the answer is yes to any of those questions, you may want to submit an ACT score or test again if you feel your score is too low regardless of test optional admissions. Register to take the ACT during one of the National test dates at www.actstudent.org . This test is taken at a designated high school, and it assesses students in reading, math, english and science subjects. Either Lakeville North or South is often a choice for the test location for a majority of the testing dates.