ah god im so stupid...

<p>i don't know why i took spanish. i'm not even good at it...and i got 490 in it. do you think it will affect my chances because i have to send all of my subject tests to UC? the other 2 tests i took are decent scores.</p>

<p>just a quick question..thanks.</p>

<p>ps. i'm pretty sure i'm not going into the top UC so just the middle ones like irvine, LA and SD. davis..would it affect it that much?</p>

<p>Man, don't worry about it! Those are awesome scores. Check mine out:</p>

<p>Chem: 350
Math II: 340
Physics: 300</p>

<p>I didn't even study and I got that high!</p>

<p>uh huh yeah right lol</p>

<p>Lol, but in all seriousness I don't think Spanish will be such a detrimental factor in your application. Spanish really isn't a big deal, so good luck!</p>

<p>stupid spanish :(...okay thanks for trying to cheer me up lol</p>

<p>What level of Spanish are you in at your school?</p>

<p>Why didn't you just cancel your score? Surely while taking the test you realized that you didn't know that much of it.</p>

<p>i didn't cancel because my other 2 tests i were confident about and i was in spanish 3 if that matters</p>

<p>UCLA is hardly one of the middle UCs.</p>

<p>UCLA is not a mid-tier UC. It's the second highest ranked public school(right under UCB).</p>

<p>I'm in a very similar situation(550 in lit) as you actually I send my scores w/o knowing what I was doing.<br>
My suggestion would be to take another test that you can do better in, and hope they ignore the lowest score.</p>

<p>oh i see sorry about the ucla confusion...umm johnvicious do you mean like excel in the sat reasoning test or something?</p>

<p>@chismoso: He means you should take another Subject Test you think you can do well in.</p>

<p>would having 740 in us history and 630 in chem do the trick?</p>

<p>I just got my scores back for three Subject Tests and going in I was worried because I plan to apply to a few schools that don't accept Score Choice and I was taking the Lit Test on a whim. I talked to my guidance counselor, basically, you only need to send in ALL scores for the tests you want them to see. Therefore, if you want to show them a 700 in US History, but you took it before you need to show both scores. But for your Spanish, you don't need to send it in if you don't have a good score to show. That is how she explained it to me.</p>

<p>The World History score is okay (top 13%) but the chem grade sucks. The chem grade is slightly below average(around 58% scored above you). I think because of the lenient chem curve, colleges want mid to high 700s.</p>