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Fee waiver code for sending ACT scores?

Hey everyone, I'm applying to colleges and sending my ACT scores out soon. I know there's a fee for sending them, but I heard there might be a fee waiver code for students who qualify. Does anyone know how to get this code or how to apply for the waiver? Thanks!

6 months ago

Hello! Obtaining a fee waiver for sending your ACT scores is certainly possible if you qualify. To get a fee waiver, follow these steps:

1. Visit your high school counselor and discuss your financial situation with them. It's essential to have their support and approval since they play a crucial role in the process.

2. If your counselor confirms that you are eligible for a fee waiver, they will provide you with an ACT fee waiver form. Make sure to complete this form together with the required income documentation.

3. Once the form is completed and signed by both you and your counselor, your counselor will then send the form to the ACT organization on your behalf.

4. If your fee waiver is approved by the ACT organization, you will receive the necessary information to send your ACT scores to colleges without paying the fees.

Please note that waivers are granted only to students who meet certain income guidelines and can provide the required documentation. It would be a good idea to discuss the income criteria further with your high school counselor.

Keep in mind that fee waivers are limited, so it's important to apply as early as possible. Also, make sure you are only sending your scores to your most preferred colleges to avoid surpassing the maximum limit of fee waivers.

Good luck with your college applications!

6 months ago

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