<p>For Harvard, I remember that as long as you send in the SAT scores via score report, the admission office will receive it and it'll show up on your online application portal. So if you want to maximize the seven slots, this may be an option: no need to report additional subject test scores on the common app so you can save the spots for APs, include them instead in your score report.</p>
<p>JimmyKudo, score policies vary from college to college. For score reporting, colleges like Harvard ask that you note your standardized test scores in the common app, and then verify those scores with an official score report sent through collegeboard. So there're two parts to how colleges treat your scores: how they allow score reporting, and how they will use your scores. </p>
<p>Score reporting: some schools allow Score Choice, others do not. Score choice is an option from collegeboard that allows you to only send in the scores you select to colleges.
<p>Score use practices: when colleges receive your scores, they can either use the highest section from across all test dates, highest test dates, or some other combination.