Can i still improve my score???

<p>I got an 1840 SAT superscore right now.</p>

<p>The first time i took it i got
CR- 590
Math- 530
Writing-450(dont ask?)
And then i took it in june and got..</p>

<p>CR- 550
Math- 630

<p>This was the second time i took the test.</p>

<p>Realistically how much can they improve?
I didnt really study that much for it the second time i just got alot more sleep the second time.</p>

<p>Is it possible for me to get in that 2050 range?</p>

<p>I think its entirely possible. I went from a 1910 to a 2140 just from doing practice tests. You just have to stay motivated and study. I recommend Up Your Score (its actually fun to read) and buying a book of practice tests. Good Luck!</p>

<p>I agree with the above poster.</p>

<p>I went from 1870 to 2030(2060 superscored. This is almost the jump in score that you're asking about) just from taking 5 practice tests in the two weeks before the SAT.
Practice tests reallly seem the best way to prepare, since the more you take the SAT, the better you get. More so if you're doing it right before the actual SAT, and familiarizing yourself with timing and what subject areas you need to work on.</p>

<p>I agree as well. My first practice test was 1860 and I ended up with 2120 (superscore) in 3 months. Just practice - and best of luck :)</p>