My son took SAT twice with super score of 2190 without much studying. His weakness is vocabulary and reading.
I want him to do it once more to at least brake 2250 barrier to be considered for top schools, and, idealy, score around 2350. I know he can do it with a lot of preparations.
Am I being unreasonable or 2190 is good enough?
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Posted 22 July 2012 - 05:19 AM
2190 is a great score. However, if your son is expecting to apply to the ivy league universities, typically 2200 or greater is expected. I would recommend for him to take it one more time, but no more than that. He should focus on school as well as the SAT.
Posted 03 August 2012 - 07:40 AM
To be honest, SAT is important but other than SAT, does your son have any other exams he can take like AP/SATII or even extraciracular activities like clubs/jobs? It is obviously that everyone is fighting for high SAT scores, but in order for such high SAT score to be substantive, I think extraciracular activities are important so I don't think you should be bugging your son too much about the exam but rather have his focuses and interests in place.
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