Symbolism in Macbeth

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MY SAT ONLINE SCORE REPORT
SAT TEST NOVEMBER 03, 2012

Page 1 of 10

NOT AN OFFICIAL SCORE REPORT

Summary of Results
Congratulations on taking the SAT Reasoning Test! You’re showing colleges that you are serious about getting an education. The SAT is one indicator of how ready you are to handle college-level work. The test measures what you learned in high school and how well you can apply that knowledge. Both skills are essential to doing well in high school and in college.

CRITICAL READING:
RANGE

470
TOTAL QUESTIONS CRITICAL READING SENTENCE COMPLETION CORRECT ANSWERS INCORRECT ANSWERS OMITTED ANSWERS

19 48

11 24

6 24

2 0

When you take tests more than once, your scores may vary. This expected variation is considered your score range . National Percentile: 41%

PASSAGE-BASED READING TOTAL

67

35

30

2

See page 3 for details on your critical reading score.

MAThEMATICS:
RANGE

440
TOTAL QUESTIONS MATHEMATICS NUMBERS & OPERATIONS CORRECT ANSWERS INCORRECT ANSWERS OMITTED ANSWERS

13 20 14 7

7 11 4 2

5 7 10 5

1 2 0 0

When you take tests more than once, your scores may vary. This expected variation is considered your score range . National Percentile:

ALGEBRA & FUNCTIONS GEOMETRY & MEASUREMENT DATA ANALYSIS, STATISTICS, & PROBABILITY TOTAL

26%

54

24

27

3

WRITING:
RANGE

410
WRITING IMPROVING SENTENCES

See page 4 for details on your mathematics score.
TOTAL QUESTIONS CORRECT ANSWERS INCORRECT ANSWERS OMITTED ANSWERS

25 18 6

13 7 3

11 10 3

1 1 0

When you take tests more than once, your scores may vary. This expected variation is considered your score range . National Percentile:

IDENTIFYING SENTENCE ERRORS IMPROVING PARAGRAPHS MULTIPLE CHOICE TOTAL

24%

49

23

24

2

ESSAY:

6
See page 5 for details on your writing score. On page 6, view the essay you wrote. A printout of this page will not be accepted by colleges as an official score report. © 2008 collegeboard.org, Inc.

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MY SAT ONLINE SCORE REPORT
SAT TEST NOVEMBER 03, 2012
Brooklyn Ellis
Page 2 of 10

NOT AN OFFICIAL SCORE REPORT

Understanding Your Score Report
Using Your Online Score Report
This online score report provides you with details on your test results. Use it to understand your academic strengths and areas for improvement. It’s a tool to help you prepare for the opportunities college offers you. Remember, this is not an official score report. You still need to have official score reports sent to the colleges in which you are interested. Learn how well you did on each section of the test: Your Critical Reading Score: see page 3 Your Mathematics Score: see page 4 Your Writing Score: see page 5 After you get your scores, you might want to compare them to last year’s graduating class of students who took the SAT. You can find details on percentiles , average score , grade point average (GPA) in high school and more.

Who Takes the SAT?
Here is some information about the students in last year’s graduating class who took the SAT: • 54% are female. • 46% are male. • 38% consider themselves to be in racial minorities. • 35% are the first in their families to apply to college. • 7% come from countries other than the U.S.

Should I Take the SAT Again?
A majority of students take the SAT more than once, usually for the first time in the spring of their junior year and then again in the fall of their senior year. Taking the SAT again may be to your advantage. Now that you’re familiar with it, you’re more prepared for the types of questions on the test. You’re also more comfortable with the test-taking process, including time constraints. If you take the test again, how might your scores change? Detailed feedback, based on your actual scores, is available on the following pages of this score report.

Now What?
When you took the SAT, you may have indicated some colleges that you wanted to...
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