Raising SAT math score to 700+ ?

<p>I've taken all 10 Collegeboard BB test and my scores have ranged from 2030 to 2160.</p>

<p>2160 was my best and most recent score. (750 Reading, 740 Writing, 670 Math)</p>

<p>Math is bringing down my overall score. I really want to get a 2200+. How do you think I can increase my math score? I got Dr. Chung's SAT book, but the math in that book is ridiculous and probably won't show up on the SAT's. Math's not my strong suit, and I really don't want it to be the reason why I my score isn't as high as it could be.</p>

<p>At 670 you are getting roughly 2-3 more wrong than you can afford to do for 700+. If it is careless errors, you need to slow down and work the problem forward, then back after you choose the answer. If you are missing only the hard questions (all are coded in the BB), look back at the 10 tests and figure out the Types of problems you got wrong. Try to find one or two concepts and learn them so you can get the extra questions you need to top over 700.</p>

<p>Just keep doing problems and reading about the concepts.</p>

<p>That is how studying works, right?</p>

<p>I agree with the above posters.</p>

<p>Thanks for all the responses everyone!</p>

<p>Do you guys have any tips on how to do the math sections faster? I always fall behind and never get enough time.. please?</p>