Do colleges just look at your highest sat II's?

<p>Hey guys, I'm a Harvard EA'er.</p>

<p>Anyway, do schools just look at the highest three sat II's you have, sort of like they do with the SAT, or do they consider everything college board sends?</p>

<p>Here's the problem. I've got a pretty good 1540 on the sat I (780m 760v), and I'm going to take three sat II's I feel really good about on nov 7, but I took three other sat II's at the beginning of the summer on about three hours of sleep, alone, about four hours away from where I live (loong story). I didn't like bomb them (760, 680, 590) but they certanly dont look nice</p>

<p>Will Harvard just look at my latest three scores?</p>


<p>In Harvard's words in response to the question of which test scores they consider for both SAT and SAT II's: "We consider a student's best test scores, but it is generally our experience that taking tests more than twice offers diminishing returns." Many are the same as Harvard but don't necesarily follow that more than twice comment, some on the SAT II's will actually consider all scores submitted (except possibly the highest if it is the same subject test) even though for SAT they consider the highest.</p>