<p>Will universities care about a bad frist score?
I anticipate that my first score (June 5) will be bad, about 1800-1900. However, I will work like a mule over the summer and I expect a score of 2100 or 2200+ (in the fall).</p>
<p>I know there is Score Choice, which allows us to send the score we want, but some universities, like Yale and Cornell have an "All Scores" policy, requiring applicants to submit ALL scores. Will these universities disilke an applicant because of a bad score the first time, or will they take note of the drastic improvement and see it as a positive thing?</p>