2290 Troubles

<p>2290 Troubles? What on Earth are those?</p>

<p>Well, the situation is that on the May SAT I, I got a 800CR, a 790W, and a whopping 700 in Math. This gives a CR+M of a much less impressive 1500. While certainly a very good score, I must admit that I am considering Harvard, Yale, and Stanford; which puts me in a nervous position.</p>

<p>I'm interested in majoring in history or philosophy, and, as far as math/science tests go, received a 790 on the Chem subject test. I haven't taken the Math II, but I received an 800 on World History, and 730 on French.</p>

<p>My questions are thus: How much trouble am I in? What should I do, if anything?</p>

<p>Well, do you think you could do better in math if you were to retake?</p>

<p>On practice tests, I could make 730 or 740 on the math section. Is it really worth a third sitting of the test?</p>

<p>Your score's fine for the Ivies.</p>

<p>anything above 2250 doesnt make that big of a difference</p>