Bad score...

<p>Can't believe I'm doing this at 2:30 in the morning.</p>

<p>My WH score was waaaay lower than what I expected (between 600 and 700..) I'm not sure what happened because I didn't know I got so much wrong, even after "checking" my answers.
But anyway, will it hurt me a lot? Some of the colleges I want to apply to don't allow score choice. I really don't want to retake it simply because I have other subject tests I have to study for and my schedule is already really strained for time. Maybe, MAYBE, I could retake it in a year.. but I know that's not recommended.</p>

<p>If I did well on my USH, would that help? How much would this WH score affect me? :(</p>

<p>Congrats to everyone who's complaining about 790s and 760s or whatever.</p>

<p>^ Okay, being honest. I have no idea how I got my score. I suspected my raw score to be 66-60; I omitted 4 and I missed around 20. Even if I missed 24, the lowest raw score was 60 or something. How does that convert to a mid-600s score?! Wow.. and I believe the curve was slightly generous b/c the test was hard.</p>

<p>Help please, I'm so mad right now -_-</p>

<p>i thought the us history test was hard and i got a 640. I'm just going to try to not submit it</p>

<p>Yeah, that's always an option but many of the schools I would really like to apply to don't allow score choice. So I feel like I'm in some deep trouble /:
Bump?</p>

<p>they have no way of knowing if you used score choice</p>

<p>^ but isn't that risky? What if they realize you used score choice when you weren't allowed to?</p>

<p>Bump 10char</p>

<p>If they say they don't want you to they probably won't consider it with a lot of weight if you don't list it on the common app. That's the feeling I've been getting.</p>