I have done pretty terrible on my regents to say the least. Bio was my first "high school course" and I got an 84 on the regents. Earth Science 90, Chemistry 68, Global History 87, Algebra 86, Geometry 78. I'm currently a junior so I'm taking English, USH, and A2/Trig and I think I'll get at least an 85 or above for those. I've been told to only worry about passing them, that it wouldn't really matter in college admissions.
So, do SUNY schools and out of state schools look at your regents scores? Would my scores jeopardize my admissions to colleges? How much should I worry? Should I retake them? I've contemplated retaking at least Geometry and Chemistry but I've struggled with both of those classes and in the midst of SATs, ACTs, college prep, other courseloads, I don't know if I can do better.
If I were to retake it though, it would coincide with the SAT that I'm taking in August. The preparation that I'm doing for the retake might take time away from my preparation for the SAT, plus I'm doing an internship, volunteer work, and possibly summer classes at our local community college.