to send or not to send?

<p>Hey guys so I took my sat the first time in march. i completely bombed that one so i wont even mention my scores then. my second time i got:
650 r, 640 m, 710 w=1290/2000
I took them again in dec for the third time w/o studying just to see how i wud do and i got.
640 r, 670 m, 660 w=1310/1970
I already sent all my scores to all my schools in case i didnt do well in dec. But do u think i shud submit my dec scores also because i did better in math even though i did worse in the other sections or maybe there are certain schools I should send my scores to while not sending them to others. </p>

<p>Thanks I really appreciate your help. </p>

<p>I applied to Cornell early and got deferred. Then I am applying to Colgate, Lehigh, Bucknell, Syracuse, Emory, Vanderbilt. </p>

<p>I already applied to Indiana and got in and I have yet to hear from Binghamton and Wisconsin.</p>

<p>Really it's just 30 points, which is within normal testing error anyways. I think it might just end up being a big waste of money to send such a small difference in anyway, but it's up to you.</p>

<p>its within normal testing error, but I would actually look at the thing online that collegeboard does where you can see how many questions in each section you got wrong. If you got even just 1 more question right on the recent testing, I would send the score.</p>