SAT question

<p>I'm aiming to get a score of 2300+ on the SAT, but my latest score is 1660. (470 CR, 540 M, 650 W).
I am a Sophomore and I have not taken any review courses but I do have a review book and vocab flashcards that I use from time to time.
I'm planning to take the SAT early Junior year.
Question: How plausible is it that I can achieve such a score if I take the Princeton Review and study a lot for the test?</p>

<p>600 points is some heavy stuff...</p>

<p>You're going to need to learn Algebra I and II as well as Geometry all over again. You need to memorize grammar rules (easiest to do, just pretend to speak proper British English all the time) and start reading a lot of books. I find that vocab flashcards are generally useless. Do every practice test you can find. Every single one. Every single book. Time yourself, and work on your problems. That's all you need to do-but you need to REALLY work at it in order for you to get such an improvement.</p>

<p>Don't depend on your junior/senior years to study for the SAT. Take time out of your sophomore year and this summer. </p>

<p>You have so much more free time than you think you do.</p>

<p>yeah i'm definitely devoting this upcoming winter break/summer to SAT studying</p>

<p>It's possible. Just try your best. I definitely agree that going into your senior year knowing you only have a couple more chances to take the SAT is a lot of stress. So, stay devoted and I hope you do well.</p>