REOprt every score on commonap??

<p>do we haveto?</p>

<p>I didn' consequences. Your mileage may vary, however.</p>

<p>the question is............are we supposed to??????? And how many of the 6 questoins do we answer</p>

<p> says only answer one essay question on the common app...but for supplemental parts (from the college you apply to) accounts for the extra "long essay".</p>

<p>Oh, and what do we do if we want to report more AP scores than there are slots for on the common app?</p>

<p>On my satIIs, i have 800, 800, 710, 560. Most of the schools I am applying to only require 2 satIIs, maybe a couple require 3. Would they get mad if I only self reported the first 3 scores and then saw that I had a much lower score that I didn't tell them about?</p>

<p>yeah i have the same question.... i have a good act, bad sat I but good sat IIs.... i know if i have scores sent they will see the bad sat shoud I report it or no?</p>

<p>@jack: they only look at the top 3...I doubt they would get mad over the fourth score since they know you're strong by virtue of your top 3 scores (nice job btw)</p>

<p>Report your ACT if your SAT is not comparable AT ALL to your ACT (like...32 ACT but a 1900 SAT...)</p>

<p>my ACT is 33 and SAT is 2060... but i have subject tests that i need to report. when collegeboard sends my scores, the colleges will see SAT I and II scores. so would it be bad to JUST put my ACT on the application and then they they'd see the SAT I later? what do you all suggest?</p>

<p>do we have to report every score or not.......or can we leave previous scores out. In addition is it better to show that i will take my II's in november and leave the II's blank or to write my sucki scores and say i will retake.</p>

<p>I'm 99.9% positive that you have to report all your scores (for Ivy Leagues at least). I remember someone telling me that if you don't, you're technically "lying". I'd rather not take chances and just report all the scores. According to the colleges, they only look at the top 2 or 3 scores, so it doesn't hurt.</p>