If you retake a test, what happens to the original score?

<p>Do colleges see the first score?</p>

<p>Only if you send it. Some colleges, however, want you to send all scores.</p>

<p>yes, they do, it's part of your score report and you can only cancel all the tests of one sitting, (ex: take MathII & Lit on same day, can't just cancel Lit)</p>

<p>So if you cancel it, then they can't see it, right?</p>

<p>ECazndb8r ,</p>

<p>You can use Score Choice to hide individual Subject Test scores; it doesn't matter whether they were on the same test date.</p>

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So if you cancel it, then they can't see it, right?

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<p>If you cancel it, there is no score; so there is nothing for them to see. You can use Score Choice to hide scores.</p>

<p>OK. Thanks!</p>

<p>the principal at my school said you can only send subject tests by the DATE you take them. clearly the man is wrong, yes?</p>

<p>I fail to see why so many people believe its by date and not individual test.</p>

<p>I had no idea. If I knew I would've taken Spanish the fifth. I didn't want a good score to be bundled with a bad one.</p>

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clearly the man is wrong, yes?

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<p>Yes, he is.</p>

<p>Note, that if you cancel a test after you take it because you feel you did not do well, you void ALL tests taken that day. You can not strike Chem because you felt lousy about it, but keep Math2 taken at the same sitting. It's all or none when canceling scores.</p>

<p>^ Yes, that is true.</p>