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Sat Subject Tests, International Student help! Columbia University

Bolivian1Bolivian1 0 replies2 threads New Member
Hi, I'm an international student from Bolivia and my dream school is Columbia. I'm going to apply this year for Early Decision to Columbia College to study Economics.

I know Columbia doesn't require Sat Subject Tests, but I heard that it is better to send them because everybody will probably do so. I took two tests: Math II and Chemistry basically to show that I'm a capable student and that I will do well in their Core Program.

However, I got a 790 in the Math II and a 710 in the chemistry one. Should I retake these? Or am I overthinking it too much? It wouldn't be a problem as I didn't study for these in June and maybe it would be a boost in my application? Idk what to do! I'm a Saludictorian, I got a 34 on my ACT (Columbia superscores) and idk if this is enough. In Bolibia we don't receive much of the training needed for standardized tests but idk if Columbia people will consider that or not.
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