Confused about I/me? Don’t worry, you’re not alone.
Here is a simple rule that might get you out of a confusing situation on the SAT:
When it’s the object of a preposition, choose “me.” Examples follow:
between you and me
among Jessica, Tim, and me
over Carlos and me
under Sandy and me
If you keep this in mind, you will surely score higher on the SAT and become a better writer. Good luck!