Take it again and keep trying... thats a great score though... I think you will be fine unless you are trying to get into Harvard or something.
not to worry
does not mean what you can do in life
I doubt it--700 points is a tall order. However, you might be able to get it up 300 or so points by then if you work your butt off.
Also, if you are still a sophomore or a junior, your score on the SAT will probably increase a little as a result of time. But don't think it will be too much higher.
Sure, study, study, and study some more. I would suggest the Princeton's Review for the SAT's, when i took the psat as a sophomore i got a 164-i was nervous as hell- but after studying i took another practice test and got a 223. However, i don't know how you learn, I learn fast, so i can't say that you can expect the same results but you can try your best.
get lost ,there are no way you can get from 1500 to 2200 , ,how you improve 700 less than a years.even if you super fast learner ,you only get 200- 300 in ayears. don't even think about going to ivy.
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