Check this out, its got your answer within: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAT
If you go on collegeboard.com you can find the scores.
Multiply your selection index (which is your total score) by 10 to find your predicted SAT score. If you want to find your predicited score for the "old" SAT, just add the scores from your Math and Critical reading sections together and multiply that number by ten.
39% SAT scores or 88% ACT scores
The maximum SAT score is 2400 (800 for each of the 3 sections). The average score for the SAT is about 1500, so in this case, an SAT score of 1540 is about around the 50th percentile - that is, about 50% of the scores were higher, and about 50% of the scores were lower.
SAT scores are interpreted on the highest to the lowest. The higher the score the better you have done. If your score is low, it means that you did very poorly.
SAT scores are used by universities to gauge the viability of potential applicants. For 2013, the average SAT score was a 1498.
PSAT scores give you a general idea of what score you would make on the SAT. Adding a zero to your PSAT score gives you a ballpark number of what you would make on the real thing. The highest score possible on the PSAT is a 240, while the highest score on the SAT is a 2400. The PSAT is not an acceptable test to send to colleges in place of SAT scores. However, the PSAT can earn you recognition with scholarships for making a high enough score.
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The minimum SAT score needed to be accepted at Stanford is 2070. This is the combination of all 3 scores.
SAT verbal scores over 500 75%, SAT math scores over 500 76%, SAT verbal scores over 600 36%, SAT math scores over 600 34%, SAT verbal scores over 700 10%, SAT math scores over 700 10%, and also the GPA must be 3.4 or better.
You should send your SAT scores with your application. You have to order your SAT scores and the issuing organization sends them to the school.
Download Archived score report order form and fill it completely. send it to the address in instruction. will receive the score by mail.
She has not released her scores to the general public.
Add the scores from the individual tests.
The highest SAT scores can be found at www.satscores.us. Visit the site and find the scores of all the states. It is very important to get a high score to get a good seat and also a good scholarship. wish u good luck
The College Board archives old test scores. You can obtain the old score for a fee of $30 by filling out the form at their web site.
The average SAT score for Harvard is a 2200.
Test Scores for 2006-2007 SAT verbal scores over 500 70%, SAT math scores over 500 66%, ACT scores over 18 94%, SAT verbal scores over 600 25%, SAT math scores over 600 21%, ACT scores over 24 33%, SAT verbal scores over 700 4%, SAT math scores over 700 3%, ACT scores over 30 2%
* Test scores SAT verbal scores over 500 96%, SAT math scores over 500 100%, ACT scores over 18 100%, SAT verbal scores over 600 69%, SAT math scores over 600 79%, ACT scores over 24 90%, SAT verbal scores over 700 19%, SAT math scores over 700 24%, ACT scores over 30 29%
Websites such as: http://www.universitylanguage.com/guides/interpreting-sat-scores-and-act-scores/ and http://www.collegeboard.com/prod_downloads/counselors/hs/sat/resources/handbook/4_InterpretingScores.pdf will give you all the information you would ever desire about SAT score interpretation.
SAT score requirements vary drastically, and while some top-notch colleges require high scores, there are many schools that hardly pay any attention to the scores.
Score choice allows you to pick your top scores from each section of all the SAT tests you took combined. Some colleges do not allow score choice, so make sure you do your research before sending scores.
The SAT is comprised of 3 sections: Math, Writing (Essay), and Critical Reading. Each of these 3 sections can score a maximum of 800 points. These three scores are added to make the maximum SAT score 2400. According to Harvard's acceptance statistics, they accept students with SAT scores in the range of 2080 - 2370. That should give you a decent measurement of what a *really* good SAT score is.