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I know that you can't really say for certain that doing "so and so" will guarantee a perfect on the SAT, but what are several steps to at least greatly increase the chances of this?
If I studied several "thousand word vocab lists, like Barron's or Gruber's" thoroughly and took almost every SAT practice test out there and reviewed wrong answers, will it really increase my chances of getting a 2400, or at least very close? Really, how much of it is determined by luck and how much is set into stone by practicing/studying/reviewing beforehand?
I'm seriously willing to work at this in any way possible and is there absolutely anything else I can do to make this happen? Thanks.