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What benefit is there to a middle schooler taking the SAT?

Ronald Miller

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Jessie Thompson on June 22, 2019

It is a great practice, however, this is very debatable between the university of acceptance of the experts. It has been shown that with each successive SAT test you take, it is very likely that your score will increase. However, the people looking at your score can see that you took the SAT 10 times, trying to keep the increase of the points. I would suggest taking the SAT no more than 5 times. The first time I took it, I have a 1280/1600, the 2nd time I had a 1440/1600, and the 3rd time I jumped to a 1520/1600. The more you take, the more you get used to the style of the test and you will be prepared for the following, but don't overdo it.

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