clarenthol wrote:I'd say send it, own it, and sell yourself in other ways. Mine is assuredly worse and that's what I'm doing. It might be better to just pretend like it doesn't exist though hehe. I did reach out to one school about it and the coordinator said that under 500 is concerning but otherwise the score doesn't mean much until higher than 700. This is a 50-100 school. Also, they take a holistic view of the entire app blah blah blah. I say go for some low matriculation schools if your subject score is bad and they require it; the consideration window will widen over time.
clarenthol wrote:I would definitely still apply if it's your dream school. You should send it though. I say that because they get way too many applicants not to thin the herd during initial review. They have to find ways to get to a manageable number of applicants quickly and not submitting required material would disqualify you I imagine. Good luck!
ponchan wrote:If you don't send it, they might assume it's even worse than it is.
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