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worldtravelerworldtraveler Posts: 6Registered User New Member
So I got a 790 on US, an 800 on Math II, and a 710 on lit. Is it worth retaking lit for Stanford, Penn, Princeton, etc? For schools that only require 2 SAT subject tests, can I jsut submit math and US with score choice or do I have to submit all three because I took them on the same day?
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  • lald99lald99 Posts: 33Registered User Junior Member
    I think you have to submit all three because they're on the same day =/. I'm in the same boat, though, having gotten a 790 in US and a 740 in Lit. I wish I could just pop that out, but I'm pretty sure I can't. Taking Math II in June and hoping to get an 800 too!
  • ears550ears550 Posts: 266Registered User Junior Member
    starting with the class of 2010..there is score choice among the SAT subject tests...so im pretty sure you CAN choose which ones to send in
  • pigs_at_seapigs_at_sea Posts: 2,899- Senior Member
    ^ you CAN "pop" that score out lol
    score choice works for individual subject tests! whooo but for SAT reasoning it works by session
  • lald99lald99 Posts: 33Registered User Junior Member
    that's awesome news! I mean I don't think 740 Lit is bad or anything but its still good to know I can exclude it if I get higher in US, Math II, and Physics
  • worldtravelerworldtraveler Posts: 6Registered User New Member
    Yeah, you're right pigs_at_sea. According to CB, "Score Choice gives you the option to choose which scores (by test date for the SAT and by individual test for SAT Subject Tests™) you send to colleges." Thanks! But do you think I should retake lit? I know it's not a great score, but is it good enough to get by with?
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