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So here's some background info: I took the SAT once already and did not get a composite score that I was satisfied with, so I have already registered to take it again in August. However, I did really well on the essay with 8/8/8 (24) on the essay.
I had signed up for the essay again for the August SAT, but now that I think about it, do I still need to take the essay and risk not getting full score again? I know some schools super score and stuff, so I wanted some advice on whether or not i should spend the money and the time to prepare for another essay and risk not getting a full score. With the superscore, would colleges see and take into consideration that I didn't take the essay a second time?
A few of the schools I'm planning on applying to are UPenn, MIT, Princeton, Rice, UT - Austin. Haven't really looked to make sure if any of these schools super score, any ideas? Currently looking at majoring in Chemical Engineering. Graduating in the class of 2018.
Thank you in advance for the help!