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Test scores predicament

UrAverageAznUrAverageAzn 199 replies9 threads Junior Member
Hey guys, so I have a small problem.
Right now, I'm a junior in high school and I have taken SAT subject tests, the SAT reasoning test, and recently the ACT. I scored fine on my sat subject tests , and did well on the ACT (35) but I got a 1980 on the SAT, not bad but not great. So here's my question: Can I send only my subject test scores and ACT to colleges without needing to see my SAT reasoning score? Or will I only be able to do this with score choice, a system which only some schools accept. I really do not want to take the SATs again in the case I have to send in ALL my SAT scores...
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