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Calculation of the SAT score

We know that the result of the SAT exam plays a very important role in university admissions. As a result of your score, you can be admitted to the top universities of your choice or get a scholarship. We will try to explain how you can calculate your SAT score.

The following method is used to calculate the SAT score. As a first step, you will find the number of correct answers in the math, reading, and writing sections of the exam in the table. For example, if a student has 33 correct answers from Reading and 39 correct answers from Writing, he / she will get 29 points from Reading and 35 points from Writing. Then we add these points and multiply by 10.

                                                ( 29 + 35 ) x 10 = 64 x 10 = 640

As a second step, you find the Math score and add it to the score you get from Reading and Writing. For example, if you have 51 correct answers from Math, then it will score 710 in the table.

                                                              710 + 640 = 1350 


SAT Score Conversion Table


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