Compared to most of you guys I'm a bit of a slacker. I'm just now taking the SAT :/
For some of my friends it's their 3rd or 4th time taking it. Now I'm usually not a pessimist, but the 4th time around.... I don't think their score is going to jump up all that drastically(some of the poor fellows are stuck in the 1850-1900 range).
Also, knowing myself, and how I "studied" I'm hoping for something in the 1850 range. That way any score above that would just elate me to the point of pure bliss. Sure, I'm capable of a solid 2100 or 2200, but seeing as I barely skimmed the vocab and did absolutely no math practice since being out of school--- well let's just say that it's a good thing this test didn't cost me (thank you Texas!).
The ACT however... I'm going to buckle down for that one, despite the fact that I heard it was the easier of the two. Then again, All American Boy told me this, and he made a 36(!!!!!!!). Plus, he also told me AP Economics would be easy (I later found out he had the highest grade in the class, even higher than all the seniors). Yeah, I don't think I can trust his experience on things.
But I digress, to my fellow juniors/seniors taking the SAT, GOOD LUCK and break both of your legs (that is, if you're a thespian) I know you guys actually studied and applied yourselves!