SAT scores for IB

<p>Do most banks look at SAT scores while considering someone for an internship or a job? Although I'm a resident and will be a citizen when I graduate, I did not go to high school in the US. Is it a disadvantage if I did not take the SAT?</p>

<p>Did you not need to sit the SAT when going to a US university?</p>

<p>I assume if not, then you are currently going to a university abroad? If so, a lot will matter on what university you are currently at, so university and course information would help produce a better answer in the thread...</p>

<p>When I interned at the BB I talked to you about, they ask you for your scores on a form (sat, gmat if you've taken it). That being said, it is not a determining factor IMHO. Actually, I don't think that a very good SAT could make up for a bad gpa or lack of quantitative skills. GPA>>SAT</p>

<p>I completed high school in India and came to the US (NOT on a student visa, I had family here) and attended a CC. Didn't have to take any tests for that. Now, I'm a resident and am transferring to Haas. So, I never took any tests.</p>

<p>So, regardless of how important of the score itself is, do you guys think I need those on my resume or should I be fine because of my situation?</p>

<p>Since you haven't taken the SATs you won't have any scores to report on your resume. If you are asked during interviews, just explain why you haven't taken the tests. Just keep up your grades at Haas.</p>

<p>Okay, thanks a lot.</p>