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I'm seriously freaking out right now. I just logged onto my College Board account and found that both my SAT Subject Test scores in May--Literature and US History--were sent to my favorite colleges; I forgot to remove them after registering, which I had meant to do. I got a 720 in US History (pretty good) but a dismal 630 in Lit, which I definitely don't want colleges to see--I was going to retake Lit in October or November. I'm in the class of 2010 (going to enter my senior year in August). What should I do to ensure that colleges don't see the 630? Can I use Score Choice to "override" the 630 score? Somehow "un-send" it? Or somehow, any other way, ensure that colleges don't see it? I'm applying to rather selective colleges (like UC Berkeley and Northwestern), so will they consider the 630 even if I do better in Lit in October/November? Please help!