New Common App = Customizable? and Score Choice?

<p>This year, it seems that the Common Application is customizable for each school under My Colleges (I have to reenter my information over and over for each college). I'm guessing that means when I submit the Common App to a school, it will send only that school's version and leave the application versions for other schools changeable and unsubmitted. Can anyone confirm this?</p>

<p>If it is customizable, the new Common Application seems to facilitate the variable Score Choice policies among colleges. I'd be able to write only my best SAT scores for Score Choice friendly schools like Harvard, but include all test scores for Score Choice unfriendly schools like Yale. </p>

<p>If a school is Score Choice friendly, should I fill out the Common App accordingly? For example, the SAT Reasoning Test section includes 3 blanks for the highest section SCORES across all sittings with accompanying 3 blanks for the DATES I achieved that score, and gives me 3 more blanks labeled "Date One" "Date Two" and "Date Three" for additional tests taken in the past (or future scheduled testings). Should I leave these dates blank if I don't want to show that I've taken the test twice before my best sitting (which I got highest math, cr, and writing sections from)?</p>

<p>That is correct. Lets say you fill out one version of the common app to include your test scores. You can put Harvard, Yale and Princeton under that version, and it would be sent to HYP. </p>

<p>As far as score choice is concerned; you are going to be sending out the scores from CollegeBoard anyway, so I'm not too certain as to what to advise you in terms of dates and such. Maybe someone else can chime in on that.</p>