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All the schools I applied to early had a prompt in their supplemental essays/add'l info prior to my submitting the application that asked me if I wanted my ACT/SAT to be considered part of the application. I had to sign the form and submit it. Otherwise, I could have asked them not to review the test scores at the time I submitted the applications. Therefore I feel with certainty that most schools will do the same thing whether or not you have ACT.org or CollegeBoard send them your scores or if you self-reported them earlier.
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