What happens if you don't take an SAT II test?

<p>Sorry, I think someone actually may have asked this already, but what happens if you signed up for an SAT II subject test, and then you elect not to take it.</p>

<p>I've spent the last couple weeks studying only SAT II Writing, so my brain is totally locked down on that. Tried to do some math recently, and I can't think at all, so I'm electing to just not take it and stick with my horrid 630 score. What happens if I don't take it? Do they take it off the report, and if I get my money back, how exactly do they do that when I paid by credit card?</p>

<p>And just curious, has anyone else had this type of problem too? I originally took all three at once, didn't study at all, and didn't do that well either. I was planning to study both math and writing, but while studying writing, I couldn't study math at all. Does anyone else get into these "modes" also?</p>

<p>Ah nevermind, I found the correct thread. Well, looks like I lost 16 bucks, but my head is really just not in math mode right now. That SAT II writing's got me!</p>