Do you think this is enough time?

<p>Do you think 2 months and a half is enough time to study and improve for the November SAT? I got a 1550 on my first try and I'm aiming for a 2100+ this fall. I've been trying to study for the SAT since July (when I was going to take it in October), but it's been so hard for me to study. I used to study so much better when I was going to take it for the first time.</p>

<p>So if I really focused starting from, let's say, today and then on - would it really be enough time to improve?</p>

<p>Thank you.</p>

<p>bummp..please answer</p>

<p>Depends how you study.</p>

<p>I'm giving myself three weeks. But it's three intense week of doing very little else, 4 days a week. I made my schedule so I only had 3 days of school. The rest is just going to be SAT. Wake up at 6am and go to bed at 10pm with only sat work. Should be enough....</p>

<p>GardenMaiden: Yes, it can be done. Hit the books!</p>

<p>Alright. Thank you for reassuring me. :)</p>

<p><em>cough</em> last post here..what say 69 days? Is it enough time to improve? >_> Okay bye! <em>runs away</em></p>

<p>~_~ .</p>

<p>..I'll assume that was a yes..ehehe ^^;;</p>

<p>take an sat every saturday up till test day, make sure you UNDERSTAND all your mistakes, if time permits go follow xiggi's method. Also snag a copy of Barrons 2400 to get last minute pointers, its harder then the real stuff but its nothing but techniques.</p>

<p>Summer after freshman year I scored 1550, got 1930 on the PSAT.
Uhh..just remember to study before the test..if you plan to retake again (that is, if you're a junior) then don't give up studying and don't take the test with no practice.</p>