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Considered is truly optional - if the scores are great, it can help and certainly won't hurt.
But a 710 on Math II, for example, does not sound like a great score. Would submitting that to Vanderbilt or Haverford, say, hurt your chances?
The question is whether any admissions people actually care about percentiles.
No AO is sitting on the floor cross-referencing scores with percentiles.
I'd probably figure out in a hurry that certain subject tests have higher scores than others. As an example, there are fewer 800's in Literature than Math Level 2.
Here is what Penn has to say on SAT subject tests.
SAT Subject Tests are recommended but not required. Applicants who do not take SAT Subject Tests will not be at a disadvantage in the admissions process.