mmm. We have no way to predict totally accurately, but I'd say this test had math sections that were harder than the March one's. So I expect the curve to be a little more generous.
In March, I got one wrong, and got a 770.
which is to say, a raw score of 53 out of 54 gave a 770. Not that generous a curve, no? But then, my friends and I thought the math section was very easy.
Curve was 800-770-740-etc, I think. At least in my region.
No such luck in June --I thought the math section was significantly more difficult. My friends agreed. Usually, the harder the test, the worse people do, the more generous the curve. I expect a more generous curve than the one in march because just about everyone I ran into agreed that the math sections were harder than in January or March.
The curve I'm hoping for: 800-790-770-750-etc.
Then again, I think your region matters, too. I know that SAT Subject tests are curved by state, not by nation. I'm not sure if the same applies for SAT1, but if it does, the curve would depend on how well your state does overall.
I live in Maryland among a bunch of overachievers and among some of the richest people in the US. (MoCo, anybody?) I hope the curve is still generous. :P