is that 1460 on the 2400 scale? Wow that's really sad. Seriously, my reading is below average and my reading scores sucked. Is he a part time student or something? A score like that says something about your reading, writing and math skills. So unless he took super easy courses, or took his SATs on 2 hours of sleep, I don't think this is possible.
<p>It's sad... at that time it was.. but I think his college progress and accomplishments so far supersede his performance on the SAT. He's a full time student and devotes a lot of time to his school. All I know is that he didn't study for the SAT. </p>
<p>Judging from his case, I don't think it is fair to say that his reading, writing, math skills are horrible; I mean, if there was a clear deficiency, wouldn't he have some trouble?</p>
<p>He doesn't take easy courses. I can vouch for that. He's on pace to graduate in 4 years and is a finance major from what I recall. He's been doing a lot of business courses and the prerequisites for that major. Unless a finance major is an easy major for your standards, I can't explain the discrepancy to you.</p>
<p>I just think he has a difficult time with those type of tests. He told me that he always had to bubble in at the last second as he never had enough time to finish everything.</p>