This is my first thread, so I apologize if its in the wrong place. I am currently a candidate for the USNA class of 2020 and I am trying to get the best SAT/ ACT score combination I can. I have taken the SAT 3 times and the ACT once. I have an SAT superscore of 1380 and an ACT English and Math of 29. I have a 680 on SAT math but a 33 on ACT math. My dilemma is that my Critical Reading score is a 700 on the SAT, but I got only a 25 on the English portion of the ACT. I got a 34 on the reading portion. In the three times I took the SAT, my math score didn't change even though I tried various tutoring and self-prep books in between tests. My parents really don't want me to take the SAT again. I am confused with which test I should concentrate on or if I should stop working on my standardized test scores and just focus on the rest of my application. Does anyone have any experience or advice in this area? Right now I think I might concentrate on just bringing up my ACT english score and take the ACT again in September. I think I might be able to bring it up significantly because I got a 680 on the writing portion of the SAT. Is this a good idea? I want to get the best possible score to maximize my chances of admission. Thanks in advance!