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Taking the SAT 5 times too much?

studyingforsatstudyingforsat Registered User Posts: 25 New Member
edited December 2012 in SAT Preparation
Hey CCers,

I have recently been considering signing up to take the SAT for the 5th time in January. Is it worth it? My superscore from previous tests is (720 M/690 CR/770 W). The problem is my math score is kind of low and I feel like I could increase it, but am worried about how taking it for the 5th time would reflect on my application, especially since I'm applying to Cornell, Tufts, and Yale, which require you to send all attempts. I got a 770 on math II and 740 on physics, although I'm not really sure if that would help. Anyway, I'd appreciate any feedback I could get on this dilemma.
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