Did they score me wrong?

<p>I took the sat in January, and I was looking over my test and scores to review for tomorrow. It had the formula to determine your score. I missed 4 MC and calculated my raw score to be 44 and I got a score of 10 on my essay. When I looked at the grid to determine your score for my test (I used the one that matched up with my test ID). However it showed that I should have gotten a 720 instead of a 700. Do they make mistakes like this? Did I do something wrong? Is it too late to do anything about it?</p>

<p>From where did you check?? :confused: I think probably CB uses unique score conversion techniques for different test dates</p>

<p>Well I got my answers sent to me and in the back of the booklet it told me how to calculate the score for my specific test.</p>

<p>You mean your QAS conversion table says you're supposed to get lower?</p>

<p>Why are you complaning? xD</p>

<p>I believe it is possible for collegeboard to make mistakes such as that. If you are positive that your raw score was 44 and your essay was a 10, you should contact them to adjust your score because for any of the three form codes from January a 44mc/10e yielded above a 700.</p>

<p>ARe you sure you subtracted .25 for each wrong answer?</p>