<p>stop asking about:
1) what SAT score do I need for ____ school?
here's the answer: 2400 if you want to be completely safe. </p>

<p>2) How much can I improve? you can improve as much as you will improve. Don't expect 1000 point increase. But don't believe those peps who tell you a 300 point increase isn't possible.</p>

<p>3) what's the best book to buy for ____ section or for ______ subject test.
It's called a search button lazyasses. </p>

<p>Stop asking stupid questions and save more time to study.</p>

<p>Wouldn't running a search be more lazy? </p>

<p>You could argue that a search button is better, but it's unquestionably the lazier way to go about it. It's easier, it's quicker, and it requires no human interaction. As opposed to typing out an entire post (instead of a several word search), waiting for answers, checking back when answers are posted, asking follow-up questions, etc. How is the "lazyass" way to do it?</p>

<p>Which is more effective is more debatable, but I think using the search button is pretty clearly the lazier way to go about it.</p>

<p>If you want to debate it, I would say it is harder for you -- personally -- to sift through old threads and archives looking for an answer, as search perameters are often either too broad are too narrow to be much help, than it is too passively wait for an answer to your question to magically appear.</p>

<p>Posting a thread is the easy way out. A person lazily types a question and waits for people's advice to come right to him/her. A search would take time and effort as opposed to the lazily waiting for someone to reply.
I like the posting method; it saves me time and money. But the easiest method is to just ask a teacher or something or to call a friend.</p>



<p>Cry about it</p>

<li><p>A good question to ask, but check for avg. SAT scores.</p></li>
<li><p>True...stupid question...nobody can tell you that.</p></li>
<li><p>Whatever, I don't mind giving some advice.</p></li>

<p>Seriously who cares? Searching and even scanning through this forum is a pain, and the search results aren't great, so why waste time? There's always someone willing to help, and if you're not one of them, go pick your toes or nose instead or something...</p>

<p>yes... who cares??????????????????</p>