Superscoring: do colleges receive the test dates too?

<p>I took the SAT 3 times and got my highest score in each section on different test dates. When Collegeboard sends the SAT scores to the colleges, are test dates included? Would it look better to submit scores from only two dates even if one subject ends up a bit lower?</p>

<p>Does my question make sense?&lt;/p>

<p>Thanks!</p>

<p>Test dates are included, and I think general consensus on CC is that you can take the SAT 3 times before looking like a compulsive, perfectionist loser who doesn't have anything else to do on a Saturday morning. Honestly, though, if one subject is lower by 10 points, I don't think those 10 points will be a reason to reject you.</p>

<p>Well, I know I am taking my 720 math score from the first test. My reading and writing scores from the 2nd and 3rd times are:</p>

<p>750 R, 750 W
800 R, 710 W</p>

<p>So I could send all three dates:
720 M, 800 R, 750 W</p>

<p>Or would it look better to do
1 and 2:
720 M, 750 R, 750 W
or 1 and 3:
720 M, 800 R, 710 W</p>

<p>I would be taking a 40-50 point loss in exchange for only sending two test dates. I'm sure it won't make or break my application, but is it worth it to only send two?</p>