How can I jump from a 2000 to a 2200?

<p>Hey guys.</p>

<p>Here is the scores individually:</p>

<p>M: around 800
W: 650-700
R: 650-700</p>

<p>I predict my current range is around 2000. I really want to get 2200 on my SAT in march. What can I do?</p>

<p>I also haven't started practicing in a time condition. Like I never sat down 4 hours and took a test. Should I start asap? </p>

<p>I was also wondering if I should break the test up in two since I don't ever have a 4 hour time span of absolute nothing to do. I always have something to do since my parents are always forcing me to shop, hike, or whatever. I know those things are good for me, but it's absolutely obnoxious since I really don't have a 4 hour time span of freedom.</p>

<p>I was also wondering if I should shorten the time per section? Like should I cut 5 minutes off every section? I think this would be practical since it'll cut 45 minutes off my general testing period (meaning I can sleep lol) and also I can be timed/practiced in a harder regime -> thus better performance on the real thing</p>

<p>Should I do one tonight? From 8-11/12 PM/AM? Or should I do it tomorrow from 4-7/8AM?</p>

<p>Why are your parents forcing you to shop…? Anyway, the two times you suggested are terrible. If you truly have no four-hour span of free time that you can take a simulated test, then just take sections individually. Your idea of taking a few minutes off each section is a good idea though.</p>

<p>Also, the lowest end of your scores adds up to 2100, not 2000.</p>

<p>My parents make me shop. Cuz I need to learn the magic of shopping. lol idk. </p>

<p>Well my scores fluctuate. Anyway, I just finished a test from 7:30PM -10:00PM (and seriously. I cut off like 9 minutes in some sections. Too tired to sit there doing nothing -_-) and I got a 2150 (r:700, m:800, w:65 (ARGH!!! I’ll post my essay later.)). Dunno if that was just a easy test or something.</p>

<p>Time is horrible. BUt I want to get used to the 4 hour sitting period…</p>