Is The March SAT Curve Really The Worst?


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spend too much time worrying about one test date being "curved" to
raise/reduce scores. If you're capable of scoring a 2050, you should be able to
consistently score within 50 points above/below that mark, so if you feel that
you'll improve your scores by taking the test in March (or at another point
later in the spring or early next fall), you should certainly do so. You still
have some time to prepare for the March test if you choose to take it, so maybe
focusing on critical reading, which sounds like your weakest area of the SAT,
would be a good strategy moving forward to make sure your scores are where you
want them to be. Also you can visit for a free counseling.

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