I have a low SAT score and I was wondering, what is the best way to go around the SAT score question?


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If you are asked an interview question like, "What is your SAT score?" That's a pretty direct question. So there really isn't much you can do to dodge it. There are a couple of things you can do when addressing this question.

The first thing is that if you have a low SAT score but a high ACT score,
you can say that you haven't taken the SAT's except for practice as
an underclassman. But that your ACT score is X. Or if you have a
lower ACT score but a higher SAT2 scores, then you can say that my SAT score is X, my
SAT2 score was the following. That will balance it out.

you are just not a good test taker, you can say, "Listen, while
my SAT scores are Y, it really doesn't match up with how I do in my
classes , because in my Math classes they included these advance
topics I got A grades and in my English classes where I covered these
topics I also received A grades.

basically what you can do is counter balance a low SAT score with
something else that shows your high performing in the areas that they
care about.

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