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converting scores: old SAT to new SAT

valikor2valikor2 Posts: 285Registered User Junior Member
i recall a discussion about this before, but i'm too lazy to look for it.. and it was a while back, anyways...

logically, i'd assume that multiplying by three halves or vice versa would be how to convert the old scores to the new scale... IE 1400-->2100..

however, I think people were saying this would not be so?

can someone explain this to me quickly, or give me a link to the old post?

ALSO... how many questions wrong, approximately, would a 2100 be? assuming i got 700 on all 3 sections...

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