So I'm guessing it's probably too late for this. I applied to Caltech during Early Action. I had everything in place, but the timing of my SAT Subject Tests was a little stressful. In the end, my ACT score was 33 (just below their mid-50), but my subject tests were the problem.
I got a 770 in physics and a 760 in math II. I thought at the time that it wouldn't be a big deal, but I looked at their website a few days ago and their mid-50 for the math was 800.
I should also mention that my scores were from October, the absolute last test date they would take to consider me for admission. I also took the test again in November, and got significantly better scores: 800 in math II, and 790 in physics.
After seeing these statistics, I feel like I don't even have a chance unless they look at my November test scores. Would it have been better to move to Regular Decision? I'm guessing it's not possible at this point, with decisions coming out in two weeks, but if it's still possible, should I move to Regular Decision still?
Thanks so much everyone!