Princeton only requires that top SAT scores be sent for admission meaning that "score choice" can be used. My daughter's guidance from her school was to send all the scores (from the 2 SAT tests she took). Is there any downside to this?
Advantages for using score choice:
- Save a small amount of work for the Princeton administrators
- Perhaps hide lower scores on less successful test (her writing score went from 690 to 780 on second test but each of the other Math/Reading dropped by 10 points each - but were solidly in the 700s both times)
Advantages for sending all scores
- full disclosure
- perhaps shows the consistency of her scores
As it is, she'll also be sending her ACT scores as well which would be mutually supporting given their level.
Thoughts? I suppose we'll be sending all the scores at her guidance councilor's advice, but I'd like to hear other thoughts?
I am wondering the same thing. Did anybody reply privately to you? I have a 800 W, 720 CR, and 690 M as my high scores, but the others are another 720 CR, a 660 M, and a 720 Writing. Just not sure what to do.