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What is highest possible SAT score?
Asked by: Sonia15
Answers: 6
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Posted on Fri, 27 Jun 2008 05:00:21 GMT
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What is the highest possible score in SAT that one can score? I've been preparing for SAT test and want to know about the highest possible score in SAT. I would highly appreciate an answer with highest possible score for individual SAT modules too.
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There are three sections in SAT and maximum possible score for each section is 800.

Critical Reading Section: 800
Quantitative Section: 800
Writing Section: 800

Since possible highest score are 800 for all three sections the total score for SAT test is 2400. Hence, the highest possible score in SAT is 2400.

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EduExpert answered 6 years ago

Currently, the highest possible score for SAT is 2400. It was 1600 before the writing section was added.

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MyWorld answered 6 years ago

The maximum possible score in SAT is 2400. It is the sum of scores of all three modules of SAT.

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InfoStore answered 6 years ago

The highest possible score for SAT is 2400.
There are 3 sections in SAT test:
Math section.
Writing section
Reading section

Highest possible SAT score obtained in these section is 800 in each.

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Michael22 answered 1 year and 10 months ago

There are three sections in SAT test and each section is of 800 marks:-
Math section-800
Writing Section-800
Reading Section-800

The highest possible SAT score that one can score is 2400.

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Mike145 answered 1 year and 8 months ago

The highest possible SAT score is 2400. It is the sum of all the three section-

Math Section - 800
Writing Section - 800
Reading - 800

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Honey123 answered 1 year and 8 months ago
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