Realistic score jump?

<p>On my October SAT, I got the following scores:
580CR 670Math 750WR
Total: 2000.</p>

<p>I'm taking the November SAT trial on the 19th, so not too far away, here are my hopes:
650CR 800Math 750WR (Superscore)
Total: 2200.</p>

<p>I've been preparing for this for about two months, and I've improved considerably in both CR and Math. My question is, is this score a realistic expectation, or is my imagination going a bit too far? Has anyone made this kind of jump from one SAT trial to another, in just a two month period? Please share your experiences/advice etc.</p>

<p>the only way a 200pts increase would be unrealistic is if you didn't study hard. If you say you've been preparing for 2months then an increase like that can be expected.</p>

<p>The person in this thread <a href="http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-preparation/1173822-my-fast-sat-prep-guide-how-i-went-2080-2340-10-days.html%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://talk.collegeconfidential.com/sat-preparation/1173822-my-fast-sat-prep-guide-how-i-went-2080-2340-10-days.html&lt;/a> claims to have increased by 260pts in 10 days. If it is true then you have nothing to worry about</p>

<p>Motivating. Thanks for that.</p>

<p>^ Thank you very much for that information, a 110 point increase is more than satisfying for me. I was just wondering though if a 200 point increase was a remote possibility, if anything.</p>

<p>I am also hoping for a substantial increase though people are saying that it's kinda hard and probably impossible. CR might be hard to bring up, but math and writing are totally doable, I think. Don't worry about your score increase. Just try very hard and take it. The SAT involves also some kind of luck. You will probably face a batch of questions you are able to answer. Or else, you could take one more in December or Jan. It's totally dependent on you and your luck. So, g.luck :)</p>