Going from a 30 to a 33-- tips, advice, anything.

<p>I'd really feel confident in applying to harder schools by getting a 33. Has anyone achieved this?</p>

<p>The breakdown of my scores was
English 32
Math 27
Reading 33
Science 26</p>

<p>practice tests</p>

<p>lots of them!</p>

<p>I went from a 30 to a 32 my first retake, and im retaking again hoping for a 33 or 34. My stats are actually pretty similar to yours (math and science being the lowest basically). The first time I scored Eng - 35, Math - 26, Reading - 30, Science, - 28. Second time I got Eng - 34, Math - 31, Reading - 34, Science - 28. Taking a third time in hope of raising science for a 33/34.</p>

<p>With my scores that I got as a sophomore w/o studying, how hard would it be to increase my composite to a 33? Also, do scores increase naturally as one ages and becomes more intelligent?
Eng- 33
Math- 30
Reading- 30
Science- 28</p>

<p>Wow I'm in the same boat as the OP. I don't remember my exact scores and I'm too lazy to look them up, but math and science were my lowest too.</p>

<p>Me too...help us lol</p>

<p>35 eng 33 reading here 30math 26 science fml</p>

<p>I got a 33. Took the ACT as an afterthought after a ton of SAT prep, which actually didn't help my SAT score at all, but must have helped my ACT :p But yea, I think a ton of practice and understanding your mistakes is key to scoring higher</p>