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May, June or October SAT I?

CuroHeightsCuroHeights Registered User Posts: 31 Junior Member
I'm a junior who has already taken the SAT twice. I'd really appreciate if somebody could help me decide when I should take the SAT again.
November: CR 680, Math 690, Writing 680 (Essay 10), Composite 2050
March: CR 640, Math 770, Writing 750 (Essay 9), Composite 2160
My goal composite score was a 2150, which I reached in March, but my CR is more than a 100 points less than my other two subscores. It's really lob-sided so I'm considering taking the SAT again.
May would be a good month because the material is *sort of* fresh in my mind and people say that that month has the most lenient curves. But I'll be taking 4 AP Tests.
June would be a good month because AP Tests would be over but the curve is less lenient. The test is also right before finals week, and my grades are on the edge for a couple of my classes.
October would be an okay month because I'd have a summer to study, but I was planning on taking summer courses, writing my personal statement, and doing AP HW. Plus, the curve is usually the strictest in October.
Any advice?

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