Retake SAT for higher math score? (2260 superscore 710 math)

I’ve already taken the test twice and my superscore is 2260 (CR 800, M 710, W 750), which I am very happy with. However, I’m going to be a STEM major (probably neuroscience) so I’m wondering if it is worthwhile to take it a third time in hopes of raising my math score? The main motivation would be to become more competitive for merit scholarships at my current first choice college, University of Miami, which disregards the writing section and has a send all scores policy. (Since they do CR+M my score is currently 1510). I’m also planning on applying to Yale as a reach school.

I am in the class of 2017 and I’m not planning on taking the new SAT since it will not superscore with my current scores, so I need to decide rather soon if I should retake in January. Is the possibility of gaining some math points worth taking it a third time? (It’s probably worth noting that I’ve already increased my math score 60 points between the first and second administration of the test, so I’m not sure how much better I’ll be able to do)

One thing to keep in mind is that Yale doesn’t superscore. I don’t know what your scores on the individual tests are, but if you feel like they’re a lot worse than your superscore then I recommend you retake.

I thought Yale did? Their website says “When assessing SAT results, we will focus on your highest individual SAT Critical Reading, Math and Writing scores from all test dates.” so isn’t that essentially the same thing?