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Grace Said,
April 19th, 2014 @10:45 am  

Take the suject tests in December. Study hard!
Take the SAT in January if you need to.
You might also consider taking Dec. ACT. You will have to pay late fees, I think, since the deadline to sign up was yesterday. ACT is your test if you are good at math and science.

Noah Said,
April 19th, 2014 @10:53 am  

Honestly, Columbia University looks at the whole package. A low SAT score is going to hurt your chances at being admitted considerably, but if you really stand out and have a unique trait or hobby that they like, you can definitely still get in. If Columbia University means a lot to you, and it is your first choice school, take the SAT Subject Tests. Make sure you score very well on those at least! Aim for a 760+ on each subject test! Good luck! You can do it!

Batgirl Said,
April 19th, 2014 @11:18 am  

Hello :)

First things first – I hope you did enough to guarantee a solid score gain because 1800, while a very good score, is nowhere close to what Columbia wants. You will need over a 2100 to get considered even with your gpa/ecs/etc.

So, next – unless you have already been receiving very good tutoring and will be continuing with that through December, you should probably assume you will not crack 2100 on that retake and that Columbia is not going to happen either way. Which means you can either take your subject tests, with the primary idea that they will be used to meet another schools reqs or simply to impress, or try to focus on getting your main SATs even higher to expand your range of possible schools in the ‘near but not at columbia’ level.

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