Information includes Average SAT Scores According to College wise, State wise and Gender Wise. The Below report represents the 25th and 75th percentile SAT scores of all students that are admitted in a given year. So, see the below new SAT percentiles to give you an idea of these new benchmarks.
What is Good SAT Score?
There is no definition of a ‘good’ SAT score. Generally speaking, scoring close to the average (mean). It means 500 on critical reading and writing and 500 on mathematics – shows that a student has scored as well as about half of the other students who have taken the test.
Each college has its own way of using test scores and evaluating applicants. The Average SAT Scores reports sent to colleges include SAT Score Ranges and SAT Percentiles that provide some context for how well a student has performed in the test.
Average SAT I Scores 2019-20
|Math (for Engineering and Architecture)||600|
Average SAT II Scores
|Korean with L||570|
Check complete list of Average SAT Scores by State Wise
|District of Columbia||1012|
Important Note: You can get SAT scores 2019-20 by phone starting on the day they’re released, but there’s an extra fee.
New SAT Scored
The new SAT is scored on a scale from 400 to 1600. Student gets two section scores, one for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and other one is Math, which is essentially your Reading and Writing sections combined. The scale for both EBRW and Math ranges from 200 to 800.
If you choose to take the essay, your essay score won’t factor into your total scores. Your essay will be scored by 2 readers. Student gets three scores between 2 and 8 for three areas:
- Analysis, and
|90th percentile (excellent)||680*||690*||1340|
|75th percentile (good)||620||610*||1220*|
|50th percentile (average)||540**||530**||1080|
|25th percentile (poor)||470||470**||950|
|10th percentile (very poor)||410*||410||830|