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SHSAT is a very competitive exam and as far as I know with my friends, they want to go to Stuyvesant or Bronx Science (saying that those are the "top two"). It's pretty fair to say that because it depends on really one's opinion. I know that Stuyvesant has a high cut-off score and if you want to gain admission there then you need to really, really, really work hard. Take practice tests online and make sure that you understand all of the problems. Most of the time, those practice tests help you out when you take the real test in October. But don't get nervous because it will drain every single information that you have retained. I, personally, would not like that to happen to me, so I am guessing you don't want it too. So just take a deep breath and practice as much as you can. I might sound really cliche but you know those are the tips that have worked well enough in my life so I am sharing it with you :) GOOD LUCK!
Thanks! Now that you've told me I feel even more motivated to practice!
I just realized your the same exact person who helped me when I was preparing for the Hunter exam two years ago, thanks a lot for all the help!