Some very selective colleges don’t use score choice. Why not?
There are potentially two issues that the colleges are looking at when they request all scores be sent. One is the simply issue of how many times have you taken the SAT. Taking the SAT two or three times is not a problem. But if you are taking the test more than that the question arises of whether you don’t have better things to do than take the SAT.
The second potential issue that the college may look at is a large disparity in the test scores. While colleges understand that the may be differences in the test scores, a large disparity in scores may point to something else such as cheating.
If you have a large disparity in SAT test scores and the college requires that all test scores be sent, you may wish to explain what happened when you received the lower score.