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I'm a junior, and I'm planning on taking the SAT on March 5th, the first proctoring of the new test. I took the PSAT in October and got a 680 in Critical Reading and Writing and a 480 in Math. Clearly Math is not my strong suit. In the past week I've buckled down and started seriously preparing for...

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I recently received my SAT scores (the 2400-scale SAT, not the new 1600 point one) and was both disappointed and relieved. I achieved a high score in reading, a somewhat decent score in writing, and a relatively poor score in math. While practicing for the SATs, I neglected the math sections, thinki...

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I keep taking practice tests and I am constantly overthinking every single problem on the Math without Calculator... even the easiest problems. I find myself getting around 700 on math when I easily can get 750+ if I don't make careless errors. For Example... One of the questions asked to solve 25=...

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When I do practice problems and practice tests I usually use the calculator on my laptop since it's accessible. I know the SAT doesn't let you use computers during the test, but I don't have access to a good calculator to bring with me on test day. How important is a having a calculator and what are...