To get to the point of the matter, should I switch one of my classes for Pre-Cal this semester? Would it be any more beneficial toward my overall SAT score?
It is not needed. I would review a practice test from The Official SAT Study Guide and see how you're doing on math. You can sign up for an online course like Prepme.com to help you in specific areas if you need help.
It is not really needed, but it helps a little, and certainly can't hurt. When I first took the SAT, my score was low in the mid 1700s but then I got the sat guide from TutorFox: http://www.tutorfox.com/satguide.html... and my score went up to 2190 (800 math, 760 writing, 630 reading). I highly recommend this guide for anyone wishing to get a higher SAT score.
Pre-cal might help if the teacher actually goes over some of the old math stuff that you might need. I did notice that as I took more math, my PSAT and SAT math scores went up, even though higher level math like pre-cal and calculus is not specifcally tested. So I'd say go ahead and do the pre-calc.
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