SAT Subject Test Question

<p>Is the embargo over? </p>

<p>Anyway, if colleges require 3 SAT Subject Tests, and you take 5, do you have to send them all of your scores or just 3? If you do send all 5, do they look only at the 3 highest, or the one's you did very badly on as well? If they look at the bad one how much does that hurt admissions at a top school?</p>

<p>Most colleges do not require SAT IIs and will not use them even if sent. However, most of your high ranks do. Only three require 3 SAT IIs, Harvard, Georgetown, and Princeton. Two, Johns Hopkins and Northwestern, do not require IIs but recommend three. Others that require IIs require only 2. Most will consider only the highest two (or three if they require three). However, some will look at all sent including holding against you any bad scores so it is not wise to take additional IIs once you have the number needed with good scores. As to sending all scores, you will need to check with applicable college as a number of them will require you as part of next year's application to send ALL scores regardless of the College's Board"s score choice.</p>

<h2>As to sending all scores, you will need to check with applicable college as a number of them will require you as part of next year's application to send ALL scores regardless of the College's Board"s score choice.</h2>

<p>Collegeboard cannot legally send all the scores now if you select some through score choice. From their websites, it says it's a matter of integrity to pick the appropriate scores.</p>