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    Default What was your SAT score?

    In mathematics and reading/writing only.

    Mine was 1460.
    I took it twice with no prep.

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    In reading I got 730. Math was really low, around 510. I know it was a few points below average, haha. Writing was 620.

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    I don't know if I ought to participate in a "my d!ck is bigger than your d!ck" contest... but have fun, guys. =]

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    i took it when it was still on the 1600 scale.
    the first time i took it i got a 1290
    the second time i took it i got a 1360
    the third time i took it i got a 1490 and i decided that was a good score to stop at.
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    N/A

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    Ha, I come across as the village idiot here then.

    I took it once: 1290 (650 english / 640 math).

    I had no AP courses, if that mattered -- I grew up in Hicksville.

    Quote Originally Posted by oberon View Post
    I don't know if I ought to participate in a "my d!ck is bigger than your d!ck" contest... but have fun, guys. =]
    I don't even own a duck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I don't even own a duck.
    Well, I don't have a deck, so I guess we're even.

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    Never needed to go to school in the US, hope to continue not needing to.

    Edit: and yes, this is metaphorically dick swinging...
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    Edit: and yes, this is metaphorically dick swinging...
    Of course, for that it might help if I had a high score.

    :wonders if duck can be found at the grocery store:
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