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Should I report a 690 in Literature?

lurerofsendlurerofsend Posts: 29Registered User New Member
edited November 2007 in College Admissions
I got a 690 in Lit this October on the SAT IIs. I was expecting a 700 or so, so my prediction wasn't too far off. I knew the test was going to be hard so it's my fault for taking it in the first place, knowing I could not do too well.

I already have a 740 and a 750+ in two other SAT IIs. The only thing is, they are the Math SAT II and a language SAT II (my native language).

Should I report the 690 anyways? I did not report it for Yale SCEA, but it will be in my score report. Other schools I'm applying to are around the same caliber (Columbia, Stanford, etc).
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