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Penn ED, class of 2023 SAT IIs, Is one instead of two enough for Penn

karen0karen0 189 replies31 threads Junior Member
DD plans to apply ED to Penn in the fall. She scored an 800 on the Math II SAT, she can't take a test in June due to an athletic conflict, she plans to retake SAT in August (she scored a 1510 the first time). She can take subject test in Oct. and get the score before the ED deadline. Penn does not require 2 subject tests, she has very strong grades, sports and ECs. Do you think she will be a competitive applicant with only one subject test? She attends a boarding school where many but not most students take subject tests. Anyone accepted to Penn without two subjects tests?
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  • asianfuasianfu 89 replies32 threads Junior Member
    Depends on which school in Penn she is applying to. I personally am applying to Wharton and I know for a fact that if you send in scores other than math 2, the Wharton AOs will look at them, but they really only care about math 2 (as stated on their website).
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