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Importance of SAT IIs?

spratleyjspratleyj Registered User Posts: 582 Member
I'm currently looking at Reed, Carleton, University of Chicago, Haverford, and Cornell. I think Cornell is the only one that requires SAT IIs, but would it hurt me if I didn't take SAT IIs for the other schools? I mean they say that they're not required, but required can mean a lot of different things.

Replies to: Importance of SAT IIs?

  • IBfootballerIBfootballer Registered User Posts: 2,250 Senior Member
    you should take a math one. given that you're applying to these selective schools, im assuming that you have sufficient mastery of math to take at least the level II. it shows that you are competent in math.


    im def. not what you would call a math genius, but i got a 770 on my math II.

    also, take one in a subject that you are particularly interested in/good at.
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