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Interpreting Barron's Model Test Scores

AnotherPSEOKidAnotherPSEOKid Registered User Posts: 126 Junior Member
Hello everybody,
I've been studying for the Math 2 subject test for the past week + using Barron's. I knew from the start that math is my weakest subject so I would need to work hardest on it. For those of you who have taken this exam previously, I would love some help in interpreting my scores:

Diagnostic Test - 480 (horrible I know)
Test 1 - 620, (untimed, went ~15 minutes overtime)

Taking the first test untimed really told me that I have the capability to score much higher than in the diagnostic test, but I need to speed it up.

My end goal is anything around a 700. What should I be scoring in Barron's to achieve this?

Thank you!

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