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Score Choice Question for Subject Tests and AP's
Hi guys! I have a question about score choice. So a few of my schools (including my top choice) do not use score choice. I took 4 SAT subject tests and technically 2 AP exams. I took Math 1 (as a precaution) sophomore year, Math 2, World History, and Spanish. I scored a 730 on Math 1 and an 800 on Math 2 (yeah, I don't really get it either), and I did fine on my other 2. I just want to submit (for obvious reasons) Math 2, World History, and Spanish. Am I required to submit the Math 1 as well? When I went to check out how to send scores, it gave me the option of checking whether I want to send it, but there wasn't an option for the normal SAT. Does that mean I don't have to submit it? I also took two AP exams, U.S. history and Macroeconomics. I scored a 5 on the U.S. exam, but I actually got sick during the Macro test and had to leave early, so I didn't submit it. When I go on to the College Board website, it gives me a dash for a score. Do I also have to submit that exam as well? I don't really want to (also because I was self-studying it and I really don't need to submit it). Thanks.15 replies
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