<p>For $9.50 you can send any combination of scores you want. So you could send all 3 SAT IIs for that amount or you could send only 1 or 2. And for that $9.50 you could also include SATs as well. </p>
<p>Depending on what standardized tests the schools you're applying to require, and whether or not they accept score choice, you might send the same score report to all schools, or they might be individualized for different schools.</p>
Always look at the website for a college's testing requirements as there are always exceptions. However, the vast majority of schools accept either ACT or SAT and you only have to send (and report on your application) the best one. One benefit of the ACT at many (but not all) schools is that you don't have to take SAT IIs.</p>
Then, if I took the SAT twice, and got 2310 on one and 2260 on the other, with a superscore of 2380...would it be worth taking the SATs a third time?
<p>IMO it would be a waste of time & money and could backfire because most colleges would rather you be spending your energy on more interesting endeavors than standardized testing. Three sittings tends to be the max, but if you're sitting on a 2300+ superscore after two sittings, you run the risk of a negative reaction by shooting for a perfect score.</p>