Which SAT to retake, Math IIC or Normal SAT

<p>I took the Match IIC subject test today, and I don't think I did so well on it, I am predicting somewhere between 750-770, which for Math IIC as I have been told is not good, especially for Wharton. </p>

<p>My SAT score right now is 2270 (770 R, 700 M, and 800 W) mainly I need to retake this to get my math score up from 700. I want to get it to something 750+</p>

<p>There is only one test date for SAT's before the ED deadline in November, so what should I do, retake the normal SAT for a higher Math score, or take the Math IIC sujbject test again to get an 790-800 in that. </p>

<p>I know I am capable of doing better in Math IIC, the mistakes I made today all came from me not reading the question right, or being careless. The SAT Math might be slightly more tricky for me to raise, but I am pretty confident I can raise it.</p>

<p>If you are consistently scoring 750+ on SAT Reasoning Math practice tests, I recommend retaking that.</p>

<p>so would a 750+ in Reasoning Math, outweigh the "low" Math IIC score I will probably get.</p>

<p>Actually, I think that your SAT Reasoning is just where it needs to be, you should probably try for a better score on SatII</p>

<p>One test doesn't really compensate for the other, as they test different things. But improving your SAT Math score to 770+ from 700 would likely be more beneficial for your chances than improving the Subject Test score by about 30 points.</p>

<p>ya...i dont like the 700 on normal math. However, ur overall score on the SAT is fine whereas your Math 2 score is in need of some help because of the massive scale on that subject test.</p>

<p>ok, so is it possible to send in SAT scores after the deadline, like if I take the november subject tests or reasoning test.</p>

<p>If the above is not possible, and I can only do 1 or the other, is it worth not doing ED and trying to improve both, or should I still stick with applying ED, based purely off the likliehood of acceptance, I know I want to go to Wharton, just want the best opportunity to get in.</p>

<p>You can take the November test, but you have to rush your scores.</p>