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Score Report Plus. Score Report Plus Each section— Verbal, Math and Writing Skills—is color-coded. Ranges. Your Scores. 46 . . . . . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . . . . 54. Percentiles. If you are a junior, you are being compared to other juniors.

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Score

Report

Plus


Score

Report Plus

Each section— Verbal, Math and Writing Skills—is color-coded.


Ranges

Your Scores

46 . . . . . . . . . . . 50 . . . . . . . . . . . 54


Percentiles

If you are a junior, you are being compared to other juniors.

If you are a sophomore, or younger, you are being compared to sophomores.


Understanding Percentiles:

Ima

1 . . . . . . . . . . . . 55 . . . . . . . . . . . 100

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lower than 45 juniors

higher than 54 juniors


What SAT Ranges Can You Expect?

To estimate your SAT I score, add a “0” to your PSAT/NMSQT score:

PSAT/NMSQT Verbal Score — 50

Estimated SAT I Verbal Score — 500


Review Your Answers

Verbal


Review Your Answers

Math


Review Your Answers

Student-produced responses


Answer Summary

Verbal


Improve Your Skills

Verbal


How to Improve

Verbal


National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) Programs

  • Selection Index

  • Percentile

  • Entry Requirements


Your Educational Plans

  • Your self-reported information

  • Description of self-reported major

  • Associated Skills

  • Recommended High School Courses

  • Other Majors to Consider

  • Careers


After you take the PSAT/NMSQT:

1.Review your answers using the test booklet

2. Follow the suggestions for how to improve in the Improve Your Skills section


Taking the SAT I & II:

The Taking the SAT I: Reasoning Test booklet includes:

The Taking the SAT II: Subject Tests booklet includes:

  • Test questions and explanations

  • Sample test and scoring key

  • Content and format information

  • Advice and sample questions


SAT I: Reasoning Test

  • Three types of Verbal questions:

  • Analogies (19 questions)

  • Sentence completions (19 questions)

  • Critical reading (40 questions)


SAT I: Reasoning Test

Three types of Math questions:

  • Multiple-choice (35 questions)

  • Quantitative comparison (15 questions)

  • Student-produced response (10 questions)


Save time:

Be familiar with the directions for the SAT I Math section in advance!


The PSAT/NMSQT is practice for the SAT II: Writing Subject Test

  • multiple choice (40 min.)

  • writing sample (20 min.)


Ima’s Writing Skills score = 44

Ima’s estimated SAT II: Writing Subject test score = 440


Colleges use SAT II scores for:

  • admission to college or to special programs;

  • placement or advanced standing in course work.


  • To get into college:

  • work hard to get good grades

  • take challenging courses


Two ways to register for the SAT:

  • Online at www.collegeboard.com

  • Use the form in the SAT Program Registration Bulletin


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