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Should I focus on the SAT or ACT?
I took the SAT back in January and got 1220 (600 Reading & Writing, 620 Math). I haven't officially taken the ACT, but I took a practice test and my overall score ended up being a 25 (Scale scores - 26 English, 32 Math, 20 Reading, 24 Science)
Both of those scores align exactly when I converted the scores. However, I feel like it'll be easier for me to raise my SAT, since I did much better on the English section of the SAT, as I had trouble with the fast paced timing on the ACT. Although I did much better on the ACT math, I feel like it'll be easier for me to raise. I got a 1330 on the PSAT (620 Reading & Writing, 710 Math) so I thought my SAT would've been much higher, especially the math section, but I guess it was just much harder.
Which one is easier to raise? My goal is to get 1450-1500 on the SAT or 31-32 on the ACT.