June 5 SAT expectations/hopes?

<p>Hopes: 2400 (lol let a man dream)
Realistic:
M 800 (should be fine as long as theres no stupid mistakes)
CR 700 (we will see...)
W 750 (as long as the essay prompt isn't completely out ball park)</p>

<p>I'm hoping for an 1800. :/</p>

<p>Do you think my scores are good for a sophomore?</p>

<p>(Princeton Review SAT Practice Test)</p>

<p>Math: 740
Writing: 760
CR: 650</p>

<p>I'm trying to improve my CR by studying up on vocabulary and doing drills. Three of my four math were stupid mistakes (filled in the wrong bubble on the grid-in - uggh).</p>

<p>My goals are:</p>

<p>Math: 800
CR: 750
Writing: 780</p>

<p>I have a notion that this will be an easier test...</p>

<p>There's a freshman at my school who's registered to take the SAT this June. On the Practice Test from Princeton Review, he scored a 1920! Wow! That should be encouragement to everyone. As long as you try your best, you can achieve wonders.</p>

<p>@RainbowSprinkles - I really don't want to be the one to tell you this, but Barrons are a little easier than the real SAT. If you want to prepare well, take CollegeBoard's or Princeton Review's tests. Or if you want to overkill, take McGraw Hill's. I got a 2220 on College Boards, and a 2150 on Princeton Review's, but only a 1810 on McGraw Hill's. MGH is unrealistic, but helpful for preparation.</p>

<p>770-800 M depending on how many "stupid" mistakes I make
720-760 CR
800 W</p>

<p>I am expecting:</p>

<p>800 Math
650 Critical Reading :(
800 Writing</p>

<p>FYI--I am a senior taking the SAT for the last time because I want to transfer colleges and many still look at your SAT scores and your high school record in addition to 1-2 years of college. Just want you guys to know that if you are not satisfied with the college you decide to attend come college acceptance/decision season (in the spring of your senior year), you still have options to apply to transfer to a better one after 2-3 semesters of college! You don't want to be in my position though. Although my SAT score didn't hold me back, I am taking it again just because I can improve.</p>

<p>I just want to point out that i tend to always score short of my expectations by like... 20 points. So what i would suggest is that you try to set your bar high.</p>

<p>For example, if you are trying to a 2400, pretend the test is out of 2600 and aim for a 2600. I know that sounds weird but then u will discipline yourself much better in terms of studying.</p>

<p>Ok , the Writing and the math sections were a piece of cake .But the critical reading was hard. And as for the essay I think i'll barely get a 9. </p>

<p>T_T</p>

<p>Math: 800
Writing: 750-800
Critical Reading: 650-700 (Couldn't care less about this, already got a 700+ score on previous test)</p>

<p>Total: 2200-2300 (2300+ Super-score)</p>

<p>I forgot how long the SAT really is... Anyway, I'm hoping I got:
CR-780
W-720
M-800
Pretty sure I didn't miss anything on math, but may have done something stupid. 2300 would be sweet, though. Previous scores were: M-760, CR-750, and W-660 (stupid 8...).</p>

<p>CR - 650
W - 750
M - 620</p>

<p>I just hope I break 2000</p>

<p>The math hit me really hard. English sections I breezed through.</p>

<p>Hopefully:</p>

<p>CR: 770-800
W: 750-780
M: 620-650</p>

<p>PROBABLY:</p>

<p>CR: 720-750
W: 700-730
M: 580-620</p>

<p>Best case scenario:
Math: 800
Reading(-1 confirmed): 800
Writing (-2 confirmed) with 10 essay: 770. </p>

<p>Total: 2370 </p>

<p>Realistically:
Math(-1) = 760
Reading (-5) = 750
Writing(-3) with 9 essay = 740</p>

<p>Total: 2250</p>

<p>According to what I've been reading here:</p>

<p>M: 800 (crossing my fingers for no stupid mistake on an easy one)
CR: 760-800 (-3)
W: 760-790 (-2, E11; same thing I got in October, and I ended up with a 790)</p>

<p>Somewhere between 2320 and 2390. Hopefully.</p>

<p>According to the consolidated answers, I have -0 on both M and W so far, and -2 on CR. So that puts me at a solid 2400 unless I get something else wrong XD Though I think that 3rd mistake is most likely going to be in CR. I don't think I really made any mistakes on either Math or Writing...</p>

<p>I'm expecting an 800 W. No answers wrong so far. Stupid mistakes on the math and the cruelty of the vocabulary have me at low 700s for M and CR, maybe a 730 and 710 respectively. I'm hoping I'll crack a 2200.</p>

<p>Hoped for a 1900
probably got
CR :: 620
M :: 580
W :: 600</p>

<p>Better do better in Oct .</p>

<p>0 so far on math, 3ish so far on cr and writing. With a decent essay (hopefully 10 or better), I think I can get into the 2300's. Hopefully. What would the score be about with that?</p>

<p>I'm guessing:
660-720 CR
690-740 M
700-770 W</p>

<p>Still have a 2400, though I certainly won't be disappointed if it's even a tad lower. I wasn't expecting to get a perfect score anyway. In fact, I'm not sure how I'd react if I did wind up with a 2400 :o</p>

<p>Over 1800, lol.
I got a 1730 in March.</p>