Should I take the January SAT???

<p>So I took the one in December, but it didn't turn out very well.
I have been studying alot during the break, but I doubt if I am going to have a big improvement.</p>

<p>Actually, I didn't realize not all the colleges offer the "score option" thing in the first place, and that's why I registered for the January one, to just give it another try.</p>

<p>I've heard that the Jan SAT is relatively little bit easier to get good marks, still I doubt if my marks can improve a lot. And I am an international, so I will have to waut until May for the next one.</p>

<p>So what do you guys think? Should I take it???
Also, is there a list of the colleges which offer "score option" and ones which do not???</p>

<p>Also, when colleges say thay they look at your best SAT score, do they not look at your other socres then??</p>

I've heard that the Jan SAT is relatively little bit easier to get good marks


<p>There's not much evidence for this.</p>

<p>Go ahead and take it if you feel ready.</p>

<p>If you've already registered then yes....I think that you should take as many as you can, just in case you get lucky at times and turn out with a wonderful score. But, besies that, it's a good way to see if your studying strategies are working.....I guess...</p>

<p>my questions is does it hurt your in college admission process if you've taken SAT many times? I 've heard different answers to this question. some say it doesn't hurt, maybe even helping. some say the colleges will see you've tried many times, each time is like a practice.</p>

<p>yeah, I am really concerned about that too.</p>

<p>does anybody know?</p>

<p>If one has taken it many times, it can hurt if he or she does not use score choice; it depends on who's reading your application.</p>