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Sending Princeton my SAT IIs?

NYC1776NYC1776 Registered User Posts: 61 Junior Member
So, I took the Lit and Chem SAT IIs, and got a 700 on each.
Not bad, but not good. I took them during a rough time, and my father lost his job, so I couldn't afford to take them again. My school had limited fee waivers available.
Princeton says I don't have to send them if there's issues due to financial hardships. These issues are well documented in my application and letters.
Do I have to send my SAT IIs? Will they hurt my application if I do? Which is a better choice?

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