I’m seeking advice on how to handle standardize testing for the rest of 2018. First and foremost, I am a senior so I’m pressed for time with nomination deadlines and application deadlines quickly approaching. I’ve always considered myself more of an ACT kind of guy. I’ve taken the ACT 3 times in total. My superscore is as followed: English 29, Math 29, Reading 32, science 31. These scores aren’t obviously where I’d like them to be. However, hypothetically speaking, I only have the October and December ACT tests to get my scores up. Very frustrated with the ACT, I’m considering giving the SAT a go around. With that being said, I took a practice test last night and scored a 600 on English/writing and a 670 on math. I was oblivious to the time constraints or content on the SAT. I created this forum to see which path I should take. There are three more SAT tests dates left in 2018: October, November, and December. Which path should I take: the SAT, the ACT, or start taking both? Test scores are the biggest component of the application process, therefore obtaining high scores is my primary goal. Lastly if I were to give the SAT a shot where should I start? I heard Khan Academy is a great resource. Anyone have any solid recommendations on a SAT book? Websites for practice tests? And would 700+ in each section place me above average in the standardize testing category of the WCS?