Sending ACT and SAT without subject tests...

<p>So I took the Math II SAT Subject Test in May, and I don't think I did too well on it...probably low, maybe high 600s. Compared to my other test scores (SATI: 2370, ACT: 34), this is pretty bad. Most of the schools I'm applying to in the fall require either the ACT or the SAT + 2 subject tests. </p>

<p>My question is this- if I send just my SAT and ACT scores, I fulfill the ACT option for sending test scores. But will they still consider/look at my SATI score? It is higher than my 34 on the ACT, which corresponds to about a 2260 on the SAT. And also, does it look lazy if I don't send subject tests too? And what if I just send one subject test (lit)?</p>

<p>Colleges that usually require subject tests but take the ACT in lieu of both the SAT and SAT subject tests, such as Yale, Penn and Brown, will use only the ACT for admission if you also send SAT but no subject tests, i.e., the SAT and SAT IIs are considered one package. Adding only one subject test also does not add anything. If you send SAT and two subject tests and also ACT, then you get two avenues of consideration in that they will rely on which package they believe is the better for you -- the ACT or alternatively the SAT plus the two subject tests.</p>

<p>So would it be worth sending a mediocre Math II score, say, a 620, in order to get the SATI under consideration? Or would one weak subject test be a shot in the foot?</p>