If you have greater than the required SAT II...

<p>...do colleges care/look up upon it a lot? For example, if you took three SAT II tests (assuming same score range compared to your other tests) for a college whose requirement is 2 SAT II tests--how much of a difference would it make/ does it give you an advantage? Thanks.</p>

<p>bumpppp.... i want to know too</p>

<p>I think they look at the ones with the highest scores, although they will always look at your SAT2 math score.</p>

<p>So...basically, with the exeption of the math SAT II(s), they don't really look at more than two of them? Thanks.</p>

<p>I have no clue, but I'm going to end up taking probably five or maybe even six because I was homeschooled. I really don't want to take Math IIC or any of the science ones, though. Yikes.</p>

<p>"although they will always look at your SAT2 math score"
That's only true if you're applying to a school or a major that requires a SAT II math test. Taking one extra test will probably not have any significant effect on your application.</p>

<p>Princeton says they consider all submitted scores. There are often places on the application for such tests. Even more high scores than those required is certainly a plus, but probably won't make a major impact.</p>

<p>Alright guys; I probably won't take over 3 then. Thanks.</p>

<p>high (770+) on multiple tests can only help. Keep in mind, that most ivies and other top schools ask you to write ALL tests (AP's, IB's, SAT II's) and ALL scores; obviously they will look at it (even without an official score report for IB/AP), and it can help if you do well (especially if you need the scores to help make up for a B or a low grade in a certain class).</p>

<p>I've taken US History, World History, and Biology. Do I still have to take Math if I'm applying to mostly liberal arts colleges, most likely majoring in the humanities?</p>