Should I cancel my Sep. score?

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joefi94
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Should I cancel my Sep. score?

Postby joefi94 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:30 pm

I'll be brief:

I was shooting for a 173+ this test. My past two tests were 163 and 166. I was PT'ing in high 170's but thought this test was difficult and am not sure whether or not I hit 173+. Should I let it ride and retake a 4th time if I am not satisfied? Or should I cancel and retake in the future?

Target schools (3.6 GPA) anything t15, preferably UVA, Columbia, UPenn

Thanks for any advice you can give!

Socratease
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Re: Should I cancel my Sep. score?

Postby Socratease » Mon Sep 18, 2017 5:57 pm

This test was also my third official take (previously scored 165, 168) and I was PTing in the mid-high 170s as well. I too feel shitty about it. But FWIW I'm not cancelling. Although I'm pretty sure I scored less than my PT average (175), I just couldn't bear not ever knowing my score.

Don't know if that helps.

joefi94
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Re: Should I cancel my Sep. score?

Postby joefi94 » Mon Sep 18, 2017 6:15 pm

Socratease wrote:This test was also my third official take (previously scored 165, 168) and I was PTing in the mid-high 170s as well. I too feel shitty about it. But FWIW I'm not cancelling. Although I'm pretty sure I scored less than my PT average (175), I just couldn't bear not ever knowing my score.

Don't know if that helps.


Sounds like we are on the same ship - now if we only knew whether or not it is sinking.




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