How'd you do on the October SAT?

<p>Well, after all the chaos of the College Board servers, I finally got my scores. Math: 710 (up from 700)
Verbal: 760 (up from 710)
I wanted 1500, but I'll take 1470 for sure.
By the way, I'm applying Georgetown EA to the College, major in Gov't. What'd you all get?</p>

<p>Spanish 740 (up 90 points!!!!!!)
Math IC - 710
Math IIC-690</p>

<p>Does Georgetown look at all of your SAT II's or just your top 3? I hope just the top 3 cuz i have some pretty low ones along with my decent ones.</p>

<p>My verbal score went up 60 points to put me at a 1520.</p>

<p>1470 isn't bad at all! I got a 1400 on my SAT (last June)...I might take it again, but I seriously doubt it will change...even that was generous, I seriously suck at multiple choice.</p>

<p>As far as SAT IIs, 660 Spanish (weak, but I have a really crummy vocabulary)
and 780 for Writing.</p>

<p>threevan, I have a 1520 too!!</p>

<p>I got my scores and I got a...</p>

<p>760 Writing! I was expecting something like 690 for sure.. I almost fainted when I saw this.</p>

<p>And then...
700 Math- I wanted 700 or above, so I'm content. I thought I was going to get a 720, but I don't really care.</p>

<p>Overall, I'm ecstatic! No more SATs for me! IIs, that is. I might retake my SAT Is. :D</p>

<p>From last June, I got an 800 on French.</p>

<p>(My SAT Is from last May are 710 Math and 700 Verbal =1410)</p>

<p>I'm so happy right now- </p>

<p>I got a 770 Math IC. I was honestly expecting around a 670, 680 maybe. So now I have 760/770/770 SAT II's. No 800, but I'm content nontheless.</p>

<p>Only problem is I still have to take French in December- my teacher is HORRIBLE and I got a 590 (!!!!) on the one practice test I did take. What do I do? I really don't want to send a crummy score in. Any advice? (And Calidan, how in God's name did you get an 800?! That's AWESOME!)</p>

<p>I suggest you get a SAT: II French book. I got the one from Princeton Review and it helped a lot (I got 740). The French SAT is mainly focused on the subjunctif, as well as comprehensive (vocabulary is key!). The books tell you the most common words that may show up, and when to use subjunctif. Hope this helps, congratulations and good luck!</p>

<p>Thanks so much, alukaszewicz. I'll definitely pick that book up. The practice test really proved what I'd suspected all along- My French teacher sucks!! (The ironic thing about my 590 practice score is that I received the"Best French Student" award last year, lol!) By the way, did you take the writing test or the listening and writing test?</p>

<p>Thanks so much and congrats on the 740- that's a terrific score!</p>

<p>I took the writing test alone. It wasn't that hard, but the book really did help. Let me know if you have any more questions or need some more advice. Good luck!</p>

<p>Thanks, Lauren! Your SAT IIs are awesome, too! Better than mine, altogether.</p>

<p>I studied from the PR book, too, but not for too long (i.e. I started 2 days beforehand). I feel that it does have good vocab and subjunctive review, though. You definitely should get it.</p>

<p>My school actually has an awesome French department, so it wasn't extremely difficult to get that 800. It's also my favorite subject (and prospective major!), so I make sure I understand everything from class. Sometimes, I even teach myself new things. :p</p>

<p>One last note- the practice tests in the PR book (IMO) are pretty accurate. On the practices, I got a 770 and 780, so they're a fairly good predictor.</p>

<p>PS- I took the just writing test. I think that all of the native speakers take the listening test, so it's harder to score as high.</p>

<p>How'd y'all bring up ur verbal scores... i got 660 last time and i want a 700</p>

<p>Retook the SAT1... brought the math up to 800 and the verbal to 770.</p>