How do you self-report ACT scores to colleges?
You can self-report your scores on the Common Application and Coalition Application (we’ll go over how to do this later). Other colleges might ask you to self-report scores via their application system or by taking a screenshot of your online score report and sending that in with your application.
How do I fill out a self reported academic record?
Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR)
- Enter your grades exactly as they appear on your high school transcript or your score report.
- Enter your final grades for all courses completed in grades 9 through 11.
- If you are a high school senior, choose “In-Progress” for scheduled or in-progress 12th grade courses for which you do not yet have grades.
Can I self-report ACT scores?
The “within the Common Application” part is what makes self-reporting different from the official score reports that you send from the ACT, IB, or CollegeBoard. This provides you an opportunity to report your SAT, SAT II, ACT, AP, and IB scores to colleges by yourself, before the official score reports are sent.
How do I report ACT scores to common app?
Applicants can send their test scores directly through our ACT and SAT school codes. Students submitting an ACT score can do so through our college code 7060. The college code for students submitting SAT scores is 7949.
Do you have to self-report grades on common app?
Need to know about courses and grades With courses and grades, students will be able to enter a self-reported transcript. All colleges can require students to self-report their transcript information in the courses and grades section of the first-year Common App.
Should I report weighted or unweighted GPA?
You should report your current Class Rank and GPA, even if they might change later in the school year. If your school does not rank, select “None” from the drop down menu. If your school calculates both weighted and unweighted Class Rank/GPA, report the weighted value.
Can I get into a UC with a 3.7 GPA?
Your 3.7 GPA and a 1490 SAT score will not guarantee acceptance to a UC.