How important are SAT II's to state schools?

<p>My SAT II's are not very good.
Math IC -630
US History - 690
Writing - Projected: (650-700)</p>

<p>Anyway, will those SAT II scores get me rejected at places like UMichigan, Wisconsin-Madison, Penn State, U-Washington, Illinois? Will they get me rejected at UC's? My SAT I was 1400(720 Math, 680 Verbal), Best Composite 1420(720 Math, 700 Verbal) How much of an effect will these scores have on my target schools?</p>

<p>Most of those schools don't require SAT IIs.... so dont send them to Madison or UofI or Ann Arbor.. I dont know if theyd hurt but they will do neither if you don't send them.</p>

<p>All the schools you list neither want nor rely on SAT II's and ignore them even if submitted.</p>

<p>Michigan and Wisconsin claim that they are optional. </p>

<p>I hae to send them, because I'm sending my SAT I score, and my SAT II score's are on the score report. Will they really not look at SAT II scores at all? </p>

<p>I was under the impression that if you took SAT II's, they looked at them, and if you didn't, they didn't care about them, thus someone with my SAT scores and no SAT II's would have the leg up on me with my SAT score and bad SAT II's.</p>

<p>Your SAT II's aren't great, but they aren't too bad and wouldn't be that bad of a hindrence. They are probably about average for those schools anyway, unless if you're going out of state and for Berkeley...then you're screwed.</p>

<p>Don't worry. UC is the only school you should stress about.</p>

<p>I live in DC, and I'm applying to only state schools. DC gets instate tuition everywhere, so financially it makes sense for me to apply to state schools only. Not applying to UC-Berkeley Mainly, I want to get into at least Penn State.</p>