Actual Testing Conditions versus At Home

<p>I have been using the blue book and taking the practice tests. I just took the 3rd one today and it said I would get an 800 in cr, a 770 in math, and a 690 in writing if i had an 8 essay. The thing is I did all the cr at once, all the math at once, and all the writing at once. Does anyone think my scores will be adversely affected when I have to do writing then math then reading etc...?</p>

<p>I've tried this and I've found it a bit easier to concentrate when I mix the sections than when I organize sections by subject. Each to his own, though.</p>

<p>ok thanks for your perspective. That makes me feel better since I just don't want my method to harm my final scores.</p>

<p>Just take at least one test in a silent place, in order, and timed. You'll be good to go. I envy that 1570 / 1600 by the way :)</p>

<p>Thanks circular! I couldn't believe my score in reading myself considering I got a 62 on the psat. I guess AP Language did a lot for me lol.</p>