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Eraserhead123
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I did atrociously on the Math SAT Level 2 and think that even if I take it again I won't do THAT much better, but I have a feeling I could do very well on the Math SAT level 1. Given that the colleges already see my horrible SAT Math Level 2 score, would they disregard it if I did well on the Math Level 1 or do I need to take Math Level 2 again to make up for it?

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## Replies to: Math SAT Level 1 VS Math SAT Level 2

39Junior Member87Junior Member87Junior Member39Junior MemberHaving a 540 SAT Math I! C and a >700 Math I C

or

taking over the SAT Math II C and getting probably around a 650

483Member1,607Senior Member162Junior Member4,236Senior Member145Junior Memberkchen: i would recommend barron's...it's more challenging than the exam itself and might drive you crazy, but hey, it gave me an 800. :) if math is your weak point though you might not want barron's...it could stress you out too much.

4,236Senior Member162Junior MemberCongrats on the 800 btw! =)

145Junior Member555Memberbtw I dislike the Barrons book. Use that if you are over obsessive and wants to over prepare. Some of the math in there was pretty difficult compared to the actual ones.

136Junior Member23New Member