…but if you took the test, you probably already knew that. In all likelihood, if you’re reading this blog, you were probably up clicking refresh on the College Board website at 5am so that you could see how you did the very second scores went live.
I really, truly hope that when you did see your scores, you were thrilled.
If you weren’t, of course, then you’re probably acutely aware that you only have 3 more chances to take the SAT in its current form before it’s changed forever.
Here’s the good news: the current test is very intimately known by those of us who work in test prep. It’s been around for a little over 10 years, after all. If you want to improve and you have the will to devote yourself to some good prep, there’s a very good chance that you’ll be able to better your score.
There’s no time to waste, though. So dust yourself off, convert your disappointment to motivation, and start transforming your weaknesses into strengths.