Does when you take the SATS make any difference?
It shouldn't matter when you take the SATs. The best thing may be to take it in your sophomore year as a practice run, and then again in your junior or senior year. The pSATs aren't really a good practice test for them.
if you take it to early colleges probably won't accept you
Making a difference is: Sharing your expertise in any type of situation, whether it is a huge project, or a small task, can make a difference. . Experience & intellect both make a difference in this world. Success or positive development in any field of life is usually referred to as "making a difference".
Any politician can make a difference in history. Only history will judge if he or she has made a difference. In fact, every person makes a difference in history, but some people make a bigger difference than others and some people make a negative difference, which is to say the world would have been better off without them.
Sure you can take your SAT's. Contact the local high school in which you should have attended and asks them when they offer the exam so that you can take it. It may cost you $25 dollars or so to do. No limitations other than you will miss any review given for free at the high school. A local SAT preperation manual purchased at any book store or Kaplan offers alternate review for about $500.00.
You are 4 weeks pregnant and your hcg levels were 85.7 and dropped to 69 within 48 hours what does this mean?
This can mean that you are having a miscarriage. You should discuss this with your OB/Gyn to arrange for continued monitoring. As monitoring won't make any difference I wouldn't waste the money. Unfortunately at this stage nothing will make any difference, nature will take its course and you will either miscarry or continue with the pregnancy.
Not really. Doctors suggest that you take the pill at the same time every day so that you will establish a pattern to remember to take it daily. In terms of whether you take it in the morning one day, then in the afternoon the next, it does not make any difference in effectiveness. I would suggest eating before taking it, though.