Georgia Tech and Subject Tests

<p>Does Georgia Tech even look at subject tests if submitted for admissions and is there even any point in submitting them?</p>

<p>nope, not a part of admissions. Just used for placement (and that's only a couple of them).</p>

<p>Can anybody confirm what GP32 days here? I got a 790 in MathII and I'm wondering if it would be worth it to retake to get to an 800 (b/c the difference b/w 790 and 800 is huge - 43 questions right vs. 50 questions potentially right).</p>

<p>Georgia Tech does not look at subject tests, and if they did I doubt they would care about the difference between a 790 and 800. If you made a A in AP Calc, you have done everything you need to to show admissions you are ready for Tech math.</p>

<p>GPBurdell32 is right, they do not consider subject tests for admission decisions.</p>

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<p>Definitely NOT worth it. I know it's a big difference for that test (I was in your position 2 years ago except I got a 780), but honestly GT won't care at all.</p>

<p>GT doesn't care - the application doesn't even have a place for them at all. although you get CHEM 1101 credit for over a 720 on the chem subject test - pretty sweet :)</p>

<p>Yeaaaaah.....I was about 110 pts short of that mark on the Chem test :D</p>

<p>at least you have time to retake...i was 10 points short(**** you collegeboard) and I cannot retake..I better have gotten a 5 or i will like cry( I would have to take another whole year of chem)</p>

<p>I think it depends on admissions counselor. I sent mine and talked to my admissions counselor and she said she finds subject tests very useful for admissions process, so when your're applying e-mail your admission counselor and find out.</p>