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    Hello everyone!

    The National Bureau of Economic Research released a study showing the last two digits of the SAT score have a large predictive value on whether or not the student retakes the test. While about 54% of SAT test takers will retake the exam, those who receive a high score are more likely to retake the test and those with scores just below the hundred interval are the most likely to retake the test.

    Please don’t hesitate to call us if you’re considering retaking the SAT. The difference between a 1490 and a 1500 SAT score is likely not going to make any difference and your time may have been better spent on another activity.

    Best of luck with your applications!

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