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Can you take 6 SAT II's but only send the best 2?

TJC747TJC747 Registered User Posts: 510 Member
edited May 2010 in College Admissions
Question is really in the subject line...i've looked on individual colleg websites and they say that you must send SAT I, but they mention nothing about SAT II's...

also, if you take the same 2 SAT II's three times, can you only send ur best 2 scores? websites never have much info on this. should i call schools individually?
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Replies to: Can you take 6 SAT II's but only send the best 2?

  • Gryffon5147Gryffon5147 Registered User Posts: 3,765 Senior Member
    I think they see it all.
  • LuminouzzLuminouzz Registered User Posts: 1,885 Senior Member
    It depends on the score choice policy of the school. Off the top of my head, I know that Harvard, Princeton, Brown, and Stanford allow score choice for SAT II subject tests. Yale and Columbia don't.

    For other schools, you should check their individual policies (either through website or telephone).
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