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What will i get on my sat?

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I always score in the mid to high 1400s on Princeton review practice tests but these tests seem harder than the sat. Do you think this means I will score above 1500 on the actual test?

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There is no sure way to answer this question. If you consistently score within a certain range on practice tests then that range could be your score. But there are many factors like how you feel on tests day, the difficulty of the test, and the curve than can affect your score. You may score better or worse than you expect. Just keep practicing to improve your score.

yeah, honestly this is really the only thing I would say. i would recommend taking the college board’s 10 released exams since those are actual SATs and mirror the exact difficult of the real exam. from my experience PR is equal in quality/difficulty to the actual SAT so you’re on track to get a mid-high 1400 on the actual exam