Scoring Your Test
From the SAT Preparation Booklet™
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Correct Answers and Difficulty Levels for the Official SAT Practice Test
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Scoring the Ofﬁcial SAT Practice Test
To have your score calculated automatically, go to www.collegeboard.com/satpracticetest. You’ll receive: • A detailed score report • Answer explanations To calculate your score on paper, check your responses with the correct answers on page 72. Fill in the blanks below and do the calculations to get your mathematics, critical reading, and writing raw scores. Use the tables on pages 75–76 to find your scaled scores.
How many multiple-choice mathematics questions did you get wrong? Section 2: Questions 1–20 Section 6: Questions 1–8 Total + = (B) Section 8: Questions 1–16 +
× 0.25 =
Mathematics Raw Score Round the mathematics raw score to the nearest whole number.
Get Your Critical Reading Score
How many critical reading questions did you get right? Section 3: Questions 1–24 Section 7: Questions 1–24 + Section 9: Questions 1–19 + Total = (A) Use the table on page 75 to find your mathematics scaled score.
Get Your Writing Score
How many multiple-choice writing questions did you get right? Section 5: Questions 1–35 Section 10: Questions 1–14 + Total = (A)
How many critical reading questions did you get wrong? Section 3: Questions 1–24 Section 7: Questions 1–24 + Section 9: Questions 1–19 + Total = (B)
How many multiple-choice writing questions did you get wrong? Section 5: Questions 1–35 Section 10: Questions 1–14 + Total = (B)
× 0.25 =
Critical Reading Raw Score Round the critical reading raw score to the nearest...
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