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Stella06

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  • Retaking the SAT for different colleges

    I just received my SAT results: composite score 1860, where I have 630 for reading, 650 for math, and 580 for writing. I wanted to apply next year as a senior to Reed college as well as Oxford University in the UK, but have been worried that retaking the SAT will alter my chances too much for getting into these colleges, even if my gpa is very high. Is there still any chance of getting into these colleges if I retake the exam in October this year and improve significantly?