__THE NEW SAT__
**Divided into 4 Sections, plus an essay response**:
- Reading: 52 questions, 65 minutes
- Writing and Language: 44 questions, 35 minutes
- Math Test, No Calculator: 20 questions, 25 minutes
- Math Test, Calculator: 38 questions, 55 minutes
- Optional Essay: 50 minutes
**Scoring:** Scoring has changed! In its attempt to emulate the ACT as closely as possible, the College Board has eliminated the penalty for guessing in the SAT. The overall score is now two scores of 800 for a total of 1600.
Reading and Writing Section:
- Scores between 200-800 points
- The number of questions you answer correctly correlates to a raw score chart unique to each test
- The separate Reading and Writing scaled scores are added together and multiplied by 10. This is your total Reading and Writing Score
Math Section
- Scores between 200-800 points
- The number of questions you answer correctly (raw score) correlates to a scaled score chart unique to each test
- The Math scaled score is multiplied by 10. This is your Total Math Score
**Optional Essay**
- Two different people will read and score your essay.
- Each scorer awards 1–4 points for each dimension: reading, analysis, and writing.
- The two scores for each dimension are added.
- You’ll receive three scores for the SAT Essay — one for each dimension — ranging from 2–8 points. There is no composite for this section (the three scores are provided for individual assessment and are not added together).
__THE ACT__ Divided into 4 sections, with an optional 5th:
- English: 75 questions, 45 minutes
- Mathematics: 60 questions, 60 minutes
- Reading: 40 questions, 35 minutes
- Science: 40 questions, 35 minutes
**Scoring:** Each section is scored on a 36-point scale, where the raw score is matched against a scaled score out of 36.
**Optional Essay:**
- Two different people will read and score your essay on a range of 1-6, which will be added together, on 4 different areas
- Four domain scores from 2-12:
- Ideas and Analysis
- Development and Support
- Organization
- Language Use and Conventions
Your score will be the rounded average of the four domain scores for a single subject score between 2-12. |