<p>I recieved my June SAT scores the other day and was shocked to find that I had messed up the one section I was most confident in, math. I expected an 800 mainly due to the fact that on recap, I wasn't unsure about anything and my answers matched up with the consolidated list here. But I recieved a 760 (I'm guessing I missed 2). Right now, I'm trying to figure out whether to have it rescored and how often rescores result in a score change. Should I have it rescored, or is it a waste of hope and money? Thanks for the help, this was my first SAT so I could retake but I want to avoid that.</p>


<p>Waste of money, unless you think you bubbled incorrectly.</p>