Question: My son has a remarkably good SAT score from the test that he took in his sophomore year. Does he need to take more SAT's and/or ACT's to show that he can get a perfect 2400 and/or 36 for colleges like Ivy League schools?
It’s hard to answer this one without knowing what “remarkably good” actually means. But I’m guessing that you’re taking about above 750 in all three areas. Correct? If so, and if he were MY son, I’d want him to save some time (and some dough,) so I’d tell him not to re-test.