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Cancel SAT II Scores?

catherinehowcatherinehow Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
I took the SAT II last weekend. I scored well on practice tests, but on test day I flopped and literally skipped 12 on Math II. I am really worried. I really want to cancel them, but I am applying EA to Georgetown, which highly recommends 3 SAT II's. I only have one (Bio M 710). The Georgetown website says ,"I haven't taken the SAT Subject Tests yet. Can I still apply Early Action?
Absolutely. If you are a senior and have not yet taken recommended SAT Subject Tests you may still apply Early Action and your application will receive full consideration. We do recommend that you register for these exams in the event that your application is deferred to Regular Decision." What should I do? Do I cancel my bad score or send it?

Replies to: Cancel SAT II Scores?

  • wisteria100wisteria100 Registered User Posts: 2,863 Senior Member
    EA at Georgetown provides no admission advantage. Why don't you wait to get the scores before you send and consider applying RD
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