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How to score my PSAT Practice Test

livelikealilivelikeali - Posts: 345 Member
edited July 2011 in SAT Preparation
So how do I grade it. I have the 2005 PSAT Test. For my CR I got 3 wrong in section 1 and 1 wrond in section 3. So how do I get my raw score?
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Replies to: How to score my PSAT Practice Test

  • sa0209sa0209 Registered User Posts: 610 Member
    So you got 4 wrong total. With the guessing penalty, you lose 1/4 raw point for each wrong answer so you lost 5 in raw score. Now look at the table and see your score for -5 raw.
  • DusterbugDusterbug - Posts: 391 Member
    SAT grading is not a complex process, certainly not worth 2 threads. You just add up all the questions you got right, then subtract .25 points for every multiple choice Q you got wrong. The total after the subtracting is your raw score.
  • herozero1234herozero1234 Registered User Posts: 624 Member
    Basically its like this:

    # of total correct - (# of total wrong/4) = raw score
  • livelikealilivelikeali - Posts: 345 Member
    i know that but how do i grade grid-ins
    thanks
  • risuburisubu Registered User Posts: 1,581 Senior Member
    If you miss the grid-ins, you do not get deducted that 1/4
  • Aceventura74Aceventura74 Registered User Posts: 187 Junior Member
    livelikeali,

    I'm sorry but I can't answer your question. The aforementioned comments say how to score it. Don't stress over the PSAT score. Instead, focus on understanding them because they are OFFICIAL questions released by CB. So 1800, 1830, or 1850, don't worry; learn from the mistakes. Its cliche, but if spend an hour calculating a score, you've lost 1 valuable hour of preparation.

    ~Aceventura74
  • herozero1234herozero1234 Registered User Posts: 624 Member
    let me clear it all up:

    Basically its like this:

    # of total correct - (# of total wrong/4) = raw score

    for the grid ins..you count the number correct and add it to the "# of total correct", if any of the grid ins are wrong, you dont count them at all (no deduction for incorrect grid ins)

    hope that helps.
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