2008-09 SAT Practice Test conversion tables

January 23, 2009 by  
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Here are the raw to scaled score conversion tables for the 2008-09 Official SAT Practice Test for each subject. This test was also an actual SAT given in October 2005.

In addition to listing the straight conversion tables, I have also added the raw score point percentages for each scaled score. For instance, to get a scaled score of 600 on the Critical Reading subject for this test, you need 46 raw score points. With 67 total raw score points available on Critical Reading, a raw score of 46 translates into 69% (46/67) of the total points available.

Please also note that the Writing subject includes only raw score conversions for the multiple choice portion, and does not include effects of the essay on the scaled score (more on this later).

For more on how your raw score is determined for each subject, see here.



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4 Responses to “2008-09 SAT Practice Test conversion tables”
  1. Randall says:

    Nice chart. I got ROBBED in January 2010. Four questions wrong in CR got me a 730 (one question wrong = no 800!). But on the other hand I think I got lucky on math, and that’s more important to me anyways. You win some and you lose some.

  2. john says:

    how does the essay work?

  3. Nice information…. thanks for sharing

  4. Becky says:

    Hi, I’m 11. On the Reading portion, I got a 490. Is that all right?

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