<p>Does CMC have score choice? So if I did really badly on an SAT II, do I have to send it in?</p>
<p>Since the class of 2010 is the first class that collegeboard is allowing make a choice I'm guessing that no one really has experience with this unless they are in direct contact with CMC admissions. Probably your best bet is to ask without giving your name.</p>
<p>From the CMC admissions website
Freshman</a> Application Components, Claremont McKenna College</p>
<p>Sounds like they want all of the SAT1 scores, which means that your SAT2 scores will go as well, unless you take them after you complete your SAT1's, which is unlikely.....or perhaps one can just send them SAT1's each sitting, without send all??</p>
A NOTE ON SAT SCORE CHOICE: CMC considers your highest section scores across all SAT test dates that you submit. Only your highest section scores will be considered as part of the final admissions decision. Each time you submit scores, CMC will update your record with any new high scores. CMC requires you to submit your scores each time you take the SAT. Sending your scores each time you take the SAT can benefit you by allowing CMC to consider you for all available enrollment-related opportunities.
I'm not sure what that last sentence (above) means.</p>
SAT Subject Tests are not required for admission to CMC. However, homeschooled students are required to submit scores from two subject tests. One must be from math and one of their choice.
<p>this is confusing.
Sounds like you can opt NOT to send your subject tests and just send all your SAT Is.
So, score choice is okay, when it comes to the subject tests.</p>