In honor of his first go at the SAT this morning, C. and I took a math section from the Blue Book last night.
C.'s score jumped to 670 (he was scoring as low as 550 in January), and I would have jumped to 750 or thereabouts if I hadn't made another freaking bubbling error.
I thought I was done with those.
The one question I missed fair and square was in the
Speaking of dumb mistakes, I've now taken so many SAT math sections that I can distinguish between careless error and dumb mistake.
careless error: you misread the question
dumb mistake: you misinterpret the question