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My school, despite being a magnet school, is quite crappy. We are on the block schedule but the majority of our AP classes are year long (APUsh, Calculus AB, AP Biology, etc). However, the point is I didn't even know the SAT 2's existed until a fellow classmate told me. He said, "Oh btw, you're supposed to take them sophomore year." Being a sophomore when he told me, I think great. So I rush to take the tests (it was towards the end of the year) and I did decent I believe but I want to know if retaking them will hurt me and if I should.
Math I : 750 (83% I believe)
Math II : 780 (86% I am pretty sure)
Bio M: 710 (68%)
Should I take them? I won't do over Math I, because I was told I should take both (before discovering this site, you guys are a blessing!). But for Math II and Bio M the option is available. I'll probably end up doing U.S. History as the other third. Thank you for your help!
Btw, I am taking AP Biology, APUsh, and AP Calculus AB (Taking BC exam though), will this make a difference to colleges?