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Pre-PSAT scores. - October 14th 2009, 01:13 AM

Last week, I had to take the Critical Reading and Writing parts of my PSAT booklet. (We didn't do math yet...)

I got a 60 in both, so what does that say? The minimum score you can get is 20 or lower; the highest is 80.
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Re: Pre-PSAT scores. - October 14th 2009, 01:15 AM

A 60 translates to a 600 on that section. Just multiply your score by ten to get the real SAT equivalent. Why they do this...I don't know

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Re: Pre-PSAT scores. - October 14th 2009, 01:17 AM

Yup 60 is about a 600

So, 60 on both is a 1200/1600 on the 1600 scale.

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Re: Pre-PSAT scores. - October 14th 2009, 01:41 AM

I hope that's good!

The problem is that, even though I'm really good in Critical Reading/Writing, I'm terrible in math. Terrible. But, there are people out there who are even worse than I am...I usually get a 47 on them.
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Re: Pre-PSAT scores. - October 14th 2009, 04:05 AM

I did a lot better on the actual SAT than the PSAT. I'm not sure what made the difference, but I got a 68 on the PSAT in both Reading and Writing and an 800 and a 710 in Reading and Writing on the SAT. And I can relate about being awful in math. I was really worried about that section before I took the test but it was pretty easy. I think the stuff in the workbooks is more difficult than the real thing. I ended up with a 520.
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