SAT weight vs. Com-College Classes

<p>In regard to transferring as an engineering major to very selective private schools...</p>

<p>I have take Phys 1,2,3; Calc 1,2,3; Differential Equations, Linear Algebra among other STEM classes at a community college and received all A grades. </p>

<p>I took the SAT I and SAT II recently and since I graduated HS in 2001, only got:
SAT I: 660
SAT II Math2: 720
SAT II Physics: 690</p>

<p>Does anyone out there have an idea of how admissions officers at private schools will weight my SAT scores for math and physics competitiveness in light of my high grades in more difficult math and physics areas? Basically, do I need to take the SAT again, or am I ok?</p>

<p>Yes, for highly selective schools you don't have competitive scores, take it again. Scores need to support your grades, especially when you're applying from a non selective college.</p>

<p>My SAT I scores are:
M 660
R 740
W 650</p>

<p>and
SAT II
Math: 720
Phys: 690</p>

<p>Which test should I retake? I only have time for one. </p>

<p>I'm just having a little trouble viewing this objectively.</p>