SAT Subject Tests...

<p>Suppose I took a subject test, and I decided to take the same one again. Would colleges be able to view both scores, just like they can for the SAT reasoning test?</p>

<p>Also, if you took a subject test and didn't do well on it, would colleges see that score when they looked at scores for other subject tests?</p>

<p>Thanks a lot. (my first post, by the way)</p>


<p>Yes, colleges see all SAT I and II scores, but they'll only use the highest for consideration. If, for example, the school you're applying to requires 2 SAT IIs, and you took three, they'd used the top 2 scores when figuring whether to admit you or not. However, there is always the possibility that a low score will sway them a little, even if they say the won't consider it...</p>

<p>Suppose they require 3. Would it be wise for a Math oriented student to take both Math 1C and Math 2C as 2 of them?</p>

<p>What is the score choice option? I've heard people saying to make sure and circle that option when taking SAT IIs.</p>

<p>Benman49, score choice doesn't exist anymore. You used to be able to pick and choose the SAT II scores you wanted to send, but you can't anymore.</p>

<p>As for Eagle 79s Ic/IIc question...that depends on the school and what special programs or majors you'll be applying for. If you're going to major in math or engineering or some science (maybe even econ) that requires a lot of math, both tests might be fine. Some schools may want only one of your 2 or 3 required tests to be math. Also, it seems to me that the IIc would be all that you'd need in the math arena...</p>