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Self-Scoring SAT Subject Tests?

cat105cat105 12 replies12 threads Junior Member
Hey. I wanna apply to the Ivy Leagues. Does anyone know if any of the Ivy Leagues allow self-reporting for SAT Subject tests? Say you wanna submit your Math SAT Subject test but had taken it twice. Do you have to send both in or could you just send in your highest-scoring one only?
edited December 2019
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  • skieuropeskieurope 40087 replies7404 threads Super Moderator
    Only Georgetown requires all scores for Subject Tests. For all other US colleges, you can pick the ones to send.
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  • cat105cat105 12 replies12 threads Junior Member
    thank you very much! I wasn't able to find this info as easily on the college websites (since some don't actually explicitly state it) but thank you!
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  • drusbadrusba 9664 replies21 threads Senior Member
    edited December 2019
    As far as ivies allowing self-reporting of scores rather than sending official scores, Columbia, Yale, Brown, and Harvard now allow self-reporting of SAT, ACT and subject test scores. Penn allows self-reporting of SAT or ACT scores but you need to send subject test scores scores from College Board. As noted above, all the ivies allow you to choose which subject test scores to provide. Yale has an all scores rule but that applies only to SAT or ACT tests sent. Cornell has an all scores rule only for ACTs. All the other ivies allow you to provide the tests you want to provide.
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  • skieuropeskieurope 40087 replies7404 threads Super Moderator
    drusba wrote: »
    Penn allows self-reporting of SAT or ACT scores but you need to send subject test scores scores from College Board.
    According to the Penn admissions office, Subject Tests can be self reported. Sadly, Penn can't seem to update their website to reflect that important tidbit.
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