SDN Members don't see this ad. (About Ads) I'm going into my senior year of high school and I haven't yet taken the SAT's. I was going to take them in May, but because I didn't have my license then and I didn't have a photo ID, I wasn't allowed to take them. And then I didn't get to take them in June either because I didn't have a ride to the testing site and I didn't have off of work. Anyway, I'm going to take them in October and I planned to take them in November and even possibly in December. But I found out that November/December SAT's are SAT II and not SAT I. Does that matter? I really don't want to apply for college with only one try at the SAT but I'm afraid that might have to be what happens. Will the SAT's be more important than GPA? I have a good GPA thankfully (something like 3.7 or 3.8) but I'm afraid my SAT's may not be so good. So my questions are: 1. What are the differences between SAT I and SAT II? 2. Should I take the SAT's in November/December or will that not be necessary because SAT II is so different that SAT I (which I don't know)? 3. Will I still be able to get into the colleges I want if my SAT score is a little lower than I planned? If anyone has any answers, I would greatly appreciate them! Thank you!