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Do subject tests really matter?

greengirl10greengirl10 Registered User Posts: 33 Junior Member
I got a 2260 sat (720 ritical reading, 740 math, and 800 writing), 4s and 5s on all my aps, and I have a 99 average. However, I did very poorly on my sat subject tests. I got a 680 on math 1, 690 on chemistry, and a 730 on us history. I made the mistke of not preparing at all. Dartmouth is my dream school, so I did early decision there. Will these subject test scores severely hurt me? I'm so worried!
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