# Sat Raw Score Conversion Chart

The most recent SAT essay score data bears this out except when it comes to the Analysis dimension. Raw Score Conversion Tables: Section and Test Scores. As an offical public score report does, the conversion tables translate raw test scores into scaled scores for each of the SAT’s section tests and for each of the three content areas tested (critical reading, mathematics, and writing):

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## Sat Raw Score Conversion Chart

### 1 The most recent SAT essay score data bears this out except when it comes to the Analysis dimension.

• The Analysis dimension is the most difficult to score and the lowest scoring of all three SAT essay dimensions.
• Analysis is the most subjective of all three dimensions, meaning that two readers can read a single essay and come up with very different scores for it.
• This makes sense because the analysis dimension is not only where you can show your critical thinking skills and understanding of an issue, but also how well you’re able to articulate what’s going on in your head.

### 2 Raw Score Conversion Tables: Section and Test Scores.

To convert your raw score to a scaled score, use the table below.

• Note: For each content area, all questions are equally weighted. In other words, if you miss one question on a particular content area, it won’t affect your overall score as much as missing an entire test will.*

### 3 As an offical public score report does, the conversion tables translate raw test scores into scaled scores for each of the SAT’s section tests and for each of the three content areas tested (critical reading, mathematics, and writing):.

As an official public score report does, the conversion tables translate raw test scores into scaled scores for each of the SAT’s section tests and for each of the three content areas tested (critical reading, mathematics, and writing):.

1090 β 800.

1160 β 820.

1230 β 850.

### 4 In addition, the conversion tables provide a general framework for assigning scaled scores to test-takers who completed portions of a section after time had been called and who therefore did not complete all of their answers in the section or attempted extra questions because they finished earlier than other test-takers..

In addition, the conversion tables provide a general framework for assigning scaled scores to test-takers who completed portions of a section after time had been called and who therefore did not complete all of their answers in the section or attempted extra questions because they finished earlier than other test-takers..

The conversion tables do not apply to students who:

• Completed only a portion of the entire section.
• Completed only some of their answers in one or more subsections within that section.

### 5 It is important to know what percentile you are testing at, as well as your raw score.

A percentile indicates how well you did compared to other test-takers. It tells you how your score compares to other test-takers and is based on the total number of test-takers. This means that even if you get a perfect raw score, your percentile may not change from one time to another because there are fewer people taking the SAT than before (the number of people taking each section has been reduced), so itβs easier for everyone else to score higher than it was before.

The table below shows how percentiles compare for certain scores on each section:

### Closing

The SAT is a standardized test that is used by colleges to evaluate students. The SAT has been around since 1926 and has seen many changes over the years. The original test was designed by Carl Brigham, who believed that mental ability could be measured by a series of questions related specifically to English grammar or math topics like geometry.