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shuttupjessmah
11-22-2005, 12:09 AM
Anyone else take the SAT II's in November?

Nov 2005
Literature 620 (yeah, bad, I know)
Math Lv2 790 (darn, so close)
Spanish w/ Listening 600 (sigh... I guess people in 4AP aren't that smart)

June 2005
Spanish 650
Physics 620

May 2005
US History 680
Math Lv2 660


My scores are decent, though I kinda wish some of them were higher. At least the UCs will only take my two highest SAT IIs (790 and 680). Is that decent enough to get me into a top UC? According to my counselor, I have a stellar 600 word essay, though my 200 word ones are rather iffy. :( I need to get into some school better than Davis! (Chinese intrafamily rivalries. Lots of "my child did better than yours!" bragging.)

kt2005
11-22-2005, 01:05 AM
!##@$%#@#$$^^%#@ My SAT Physics : 710 . I thought I did much better. I planned to have a extremely high score on this one, may be 800, as my SAT is always horrible. Hope it's still okay.

HiLine
11-22-2005, 11:17 AM
Mine:
Chem 740
Phys 750
Math II 800
My Chem and Phys scores are disappointing (I expected 750 + for Chem and 800 for Phys)

shuttupjessmah
11-23-2005, 01:37 AM
Mine:
Chem 740
Phys 750
Math II 800
My Chem and Phys scores are disappointing (I expected 750 + for Chem and 800 for Phys)They're still a buttload better than mine! But international students usually do better on the SAT IIs than people born in the US. It's a tradeoff, I guess. US residents usually do better on the SAT I, and international students do better on the SAT II. :doh:

HiLine
11-23-2005, 10:12 AM
They're still a buttload better than mine! But international students usually do better on the SAT IIs than people born in the US. It's a tradeoff, I guess. US residents usually do better on the SAT I, and international students do better on the SAT II. :doh:


Perhaps,but I am sure there are a lot of exceptions
I spent only 3 weeks preparing for the SAT II's (mostly for the Chem,which disappointed me the most :doh: )