<p>I just got my SAT score, 2260.
I am satisfied with it yet I have already registered for Nov SAT.</p>
<p>Honestly, I don't feel like taking it again... but are there diffrence btw 2260 and 2300??</p>
<p>I did really well on my writing, 790 but some of the schools don't even consdier writing section. So my math +Reading would be 1470 - which is not very impressive...</p>
<p>So what would you guys say? Would you take it again??</p>
<p>Is there a diff b/t 1960 and 2000?
Please use your reasoning faculties. I know you have them.</p>
<p>Honestly, I don’t feel like taking it again… </p>
<p>This pretty much answers your question. If you don’t want to, then don’t. You would be trying to get a higher scoring when not wanting to do it, making it more difficult imo. I would not.</p>
<p>I probably wouldn’t take it again. I decided not to after I got my 2200. But my CR + M is 1500, so i might try to hit that mark if i were you, only because it felt really good to finally reach it. However, a 1470 is still an excellent score. If you think you have the potential to raise your CR or M score, sure! you’re already registered, so why not?</p>
<p>I’m in a similar boat. I scored 800 on writing, but only 2200 total so I’m taking it again because I feel I should be able to get an 800 math and mid 700s CR (made some rookie mistakes in math and SC).</p>
<p>If you feel that you can improve some more and get 1500+ and then just superscore, go for it. It’s not like you’re going to get a refund at this point anyway.</p>
<p>Will taking the SAT 3 times hurt my chances at top schools? I’ve always felt that taking the sat 3+ times makes one look like a test freak.</p>
<p>1470/1600 is sufficient. Don’t take it again.</p>
<p>^ sufficient for which schools? Of course it’s sufficient for Rutgers, but how about for Yale?</p>
<p>Haha Rutgers, I’m applying there. Anyway, I digressed. Based on the profiles I’ve seen so far, a lot of top tier schools that only look at Math and Reading have accepted students that have SAT scores ranging from 1400-high 1500s. This is the middle range by the way. So getting 1400s-1500s would make you a suitable applicant. You won’t be over qualified, but you ARE qualified. I don’t know about Yale 'cause I’m not applying there. But schools like UChicago and Georgetown have such ranges.</p>