new SAT conversion formula?
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Asked by: gnossie-ga
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15 Oct 2006 01:09 PDT
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Question ID: 773592
Can anyone supply a formula for converting old SAT scores into new SAT scores -- unofficially, of course. On the SAT page at Wikipedia, there's a concordance table that converts some values, but not all. Plus I don't understand how they arrrived at those numbers in the first place. I would like to convert odd numbers, such as 950, 1270, and 1320 into their equivalents in the new SAT.
Re: new SAT conversion formula?
Answered By: cynthia-ga on 15 Oct 2006 02:52 PDT
gnossie, Since there is no official conversion chart, you can only use these links as guidelines. If you like you can post your school and I will check to see if they have issued a conversion chart. If not, they are probably using one of these charts: Did you see this chart? SAT I, SAT II & ACT all side by side - at Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ACT_(examination)#External_links ..."Although there is no official conversion chart, several colleges have issued their own. The following is based on the University of California's conversion chart..." SAT Score Conversion Chart http://www.greenes.com/html/convert.htm Study this a sec and compute the new score yourself by adding both the verbal and math for the final score. SATCon -- The SAT Score Converter http://englishplus.com/satetc.htm#satcon A program. New SAT & ACT Score Comparison http://www.spartanburg6.k12.sc.us/dhs/Guidance%20website/SAT-ACT%20Conversion%20chart.html You can estimate the scores fairly close with this. Hope this helps! ~~Cynthia Search terms: Different combinations of: sat conversion old new program OR online OR chart -Act
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