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Do schools require ALL SAT Subject Tests?

domkl14domkl14 2 replies2 discussions Forum Champion
For example, some schools state that they require all SAT scores. I assume this counts for SAT Is but how about the SAT II Subject Tests?

Example link: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/profdownload/sat-score-use-practices-list.pdf

A school like Cornell University in the above link states that they require All Scores. What does this mean for subject tests?
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  • luckie1367luckie1367 2 replies0 discussions
    I think they mean they require all scores for the tests you have taken. Not that you have to take every subject test.
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  • billcshobillcsho 241 replies2 discussions Junior Member
    That means scores from all your attempts. In other words, no score choice.
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  • domkl14domkl14 2 replies2 discussions Forum Champion
    Oh yea luckie that's what I meant. For example, if you take Bio, Chem, Math, and Spanish, would you be required to send all of them or can you just send Bio? I know their All Scores policies are for sure for the SAT I test, meaning you need to send each sitting of the SAT I, but does this go for the SAT II as well?
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  • luckie1367luckie1367 2 replies0 discussions
    Oh good! Wow, can you imagine having to take all the subject tests? that would be crazy!
    And the best way to know for sure is to call. I know it takes effort but at least you will know for sure! good luck :)
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  • glidoglido 34 replies1 discussions Junior Member
    You only have to send what you want to send. They are not the boss of you!
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  • Transfer2017Transfer2017 14 replies0 discussions Forum Champion
    Check with each college.
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