I took the SAT once in December 2021 and got 1460 on it. 800 on math and 660 on English and Reading section.
Here is a list of the colleges I am applying to:
University of Houston/UT Arlington
Would it be worth it to take the exam again this fall (I am a rising senior) in hopes of getting a better score? Or should I spend my time on essays and other stuff?
Superscoring works at: Georgia Tech, UT Arlington
Superscoring does not work at: UT Austin, Purdue, Texas A&M, U of H, Embry-Riddle
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I remember that you mentioned in a post that your school doesn't rank, which makes auto-admission to Texas public universities an issue for you. Despite that, you should be able to get into the universities that are classified as safeties by the chancing simulator.
I don't mean to scare you or anything like that, but I couldn't get into UT Austin with 1520 SAT, 98.8 GPA on a 100 scale, 4 LoRs, and EC achievements at regional and school level. They offered me the CAP program instead,(https://admissions.utexas.edu/enroll/cap) and they said it was the result of a competitive applicant pool(which still doesn't make sense).
Your SAT score is already in the 98th or 99th percentile of the nation, so my suggestion would be to spend your time on stuff other than SAT.
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