right arrow
GUEST STUDENT OF THE WEEK: AMALehigh is a rising sophomore at Lehigh University, majoring in Finance. He answers questions about academics, networking, finance, Greek life, or Lehigh in general. ASK HIM ANYTHING!
Make sure to check out our July Checklists for HS Juniors and HS Seniors. Consult these quick resources to get you started on the process this month.
As we work to adjust to the current reality, make sure to check out these dedicated COVID-19 resources: our directory of virtual campus tours, our directory of extended deadlines, as well as the list of schools going test optional this fall.

Should i send my application in if I'm retaking my SAT's and havent done subjects yet

babygrl9205babygrl9205 . 504 replies92 threads Member
I already finished the written part. I've never taken subject tests and theyre "recommended" at USC. Ive taken SAT reasoning and got an 1800. people have gotten in with that score but i think i could increase it by like 20 or 30...does it matter when i send it in?
edited September 2009
2 replies
Post edited by babygrl9205 on
· Reply · Share

Replies to: Should i send my application in if I'm retaking my SAT's and havent done subjects yet

  • Puzzled88Puzzled88 1115 replies5 threads Senior Member
    The single benefit I can think of to sending your application in now and having your existing SAT score sent now is that just in case you take the subject tests and are not happy with your results and/or you take the regular SAT again and your score goes down, you would not need to send those results to USC. Other than that, there isn't really any advantage to applying months early other than the relief of being finished with it.
    · Reply · Share
  • einnobeinnob 905 replies51 threads Member
    yes, you can always send in your scores later, it doesnt have to be with the part one application. thats what im doing. im retaking my sats in october, and when i receive my scores i just send it in then.
    · Reply · Share
This discussion has been closed.

Recent Activity