sat ii scores okay for brown

<p>Math 2-800
Chem-720
USH-710</p>

<p>I've already taken chem and ush 2x, so would it be worth my time to prepare for new ones.</p>

<p>Those scores are fine.</p>

<p>Those scores are excellent. You do not need to spend any more time on SAT IIs.</p>

<p>I would definitely work on them, but that's just me. I think anything lower than a 780 can't really be shown.</p>

<p>I really hope that you're joking Pacman...</p>

<p>If you're not, then please go be a stereotypical CCer somewhere else.</p>

<p>Those scores are great if you've got some good EC's along with them. But if you're relying heavily on numbers to get you in, then it would be best to have 750's or above.</p>

<p>Unfortunately, I don't think you can really evaluate subject test scores like reasoning test scores. See this link: <a href="http://www.collegeboard.com/prod.../ra/sat/SubjTestPercentileRanks.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;www.collegeboard.com/prod.../ra/sat/SubjTestPercentileRanks.pdf&lt;/a>
A 710 in chemistry puts you in the 74th percentile; a 720 in APUSH puts you in the 78th percentile. The tests are short and are testing your knowledge of specific subject matter, not reasoning skills like the SAT I. It's easier to score very high. I agree with moosemaster. (And you've shown you can do it on the Math 2).</p>

<p>I just noticed you said you have already taken the history and chem tests twice. What about physics? It's pretty well aligned with AP Physics B (but not C). Take practice tests in order to get the timing down. (You only need two subject tests for Brown, right?)</p>