<p>Okay, so here are my SAT scores so far: December 2009: Math Level 2 - 800 and Chemistry- 800 and June 2010: Spanish - 800 and Biology M - 770.
I am not entirely satisfied with the last one but I won't take it again, because I have enough good scores.</p>
<p>However, I have been told on many occasions that blah blah Spanish is like the second language in the USA and you won't be given much credit for it blah blah and I strongly believe I will be capable of scoring a 750+ in German with Listening in November and maybe do the same in Physics. But my counselor thinks I have enough SAT 2 tests. </p>
<p>What do you think?
Also, if, say, instead of taking the SAT, I take the OSD or some other European German Diploma, will that count? I am thinking of either taking the SAT or this test but anyway I won't let my papers show I can speak two foreign languages instead of three.</p>