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Duke TIP? SAT in 7th grade?

QazhbyQazhby Posts: 24Registered User New Member
I took the SAT in seventh grade through a program from duke university and i was wondering if there is anybody that can give me feed back on their scores in the seventh gradeand if they have took the SAT in later grades and what they made.
My scores:
Math: 500
Critical Reading: 450
Writing: 410
Essay: 8

P.S The essay was about stress lol
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Replies to: Duke TIP? SAT in 7th grade?

  • QazhbyQazhby Posts: 24Registered User New Member
    The following scores above were my scores in seventh grade
  • IceQubeIceQube Posts: 3,184Registered User Senior Member
    Your scores are decent for a 7th grader. Actually, they are great!

    So your well on your say to SAT success :)! I was in the TIP program too and received a similar score. I'm doing much better now :D.
  • QazhbyQazhby Posts: 24Registered User New Member
    What did you make on the SAT? Assuming that you are in highschool and have taken the SAT.
  • IceQubeIceQube Posts: 3,184Registered User Senior Member
    ^I am in HS but I haven't taken a real SAT yet. I am doing about 500 points better than I did in 7th grade (a conservative estimate based on practice tests).
  • seniorsfoseniorsfo Posts: 207Registered User Junior Member
    Your score is average for 7th grade.

    For CTY JHU summer program you need to score 510 CR and/or 580 Math.

    For CTY JHU Grand Award you need 700 CR or 700 Math

    In 2007 - 480 students in 7th grade who got Grand Award, 59 achieved perfect score
    In 2008 - 540 students in 7th grade who got Grand Award, 54 achieved perfect score,
    In 2009 - 625 students in 7th grade who got Grand Award, 140 achieved perfect score.
  • Erin's DadErin's Dad Posts: 16,435Registered User Senior Member
    ^ What seniors should have said was your score MAY BE average for TIP. JHU will have different scores from Duke based on different states being averaged. Your scores are above what is expected from 7th grades.
  • Youdon'tsayYoudon'tsay Posts: 15,744Registered User Senior Member
    OP, there is a long thread with the numbers you are looking for. I can never do the cc search, but you might have more luck.
  • seniorsfoseniorsfo Posts: 207Registered User Junior Member
    Math score went up by 40 points, but CR score went up by 200 points.
    I am a SET member in Math.
  • QazhbyQazhby Posts: 24Registered User New Member
    I could have gone to the Duke summer program but i didnt go. I think 3 people that took the SAT with me(that i know of) got some type of honors thing because of their SAT score. The odd thing is that i make better grades then all 3 of them. But ine of my questions is do you think i can get my SAT's to the 2100 range if i keep good a good gpa? My gpa through middle school is 3.9- 4.0 i never made a B.
  • raideraderaiderade Posts: 2,499- Senior Member
    Want to hear my progression?

    7th:
    Math - 380
    Reading - 410
    Writing - 450

    8th:
    Math - 510
    Reading - 530
    Writing - 490

    10th:
    Math - 670
    Reading - 660
    Writing - 550

    11th:
    Math - 720
    Reading - 670
    Writing - 670

    12th:
    Math - 720
    Reading - 720
    Writing - 750

    7th grade SAT scores didn't predict too much for me! Don't worry!
  • QazhbyQazhby Posts: 24Registered User New Member
    @raiderade thanks ! That gives me lot more confidence in my SAT's
  • goldring2012goldring2012 Posts: 311Registered User Junior Member
    anyone taking the SAT's in 7th grade definitely has the potential to score well into the 99th percentile in high school.
  • cyprescypres Posts: 39Registered User Junior Member
    My friend took the SAT in 7th grade ... he scored around a 1500, I think.

    Now he's in 11th grade (rising junior) and he got around 2200. So you'll definitely be fine! :)
  • cortana431cortana431 Posts: 5,015- Senior Member
    God, I feel so bad yet I laugh at kids who take the SAT in 7th grade.

    Enjoy life lmao, stop worrying about the SAT in middle school geezus.
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