Has anyone done hand scoring?

<p>Just wondering if anyone here has done hand scoring</p>

<p>i want to challenge my verbal score. After checking the answers here (many many posts), i only confirmed 5-6 wrong verbals. But somehow i got 12 verbals wrong.</p>

<p>Just wondering if you guys think its worth it. Has anyone gotten results?</p>

<p>umm... you probably missed that money, generally computers dont mess up. you probably missed questions that werent discussed...</p>

<p>bump bump bump</p>

<p>My d felt like she had done much better on her second SAT than on her first attempt and yet when she received the results it was only 10 points better. So she requested hand scoring. She was thinking maybe she didn't erase enough or something. But the score came back exactly the same as reported on the internet.</p>

<p>I wanted to rescore my SAT II's b/c I felt that they weren't ym real scores. but I've decided not to. I'm just going to retake them</p>

<p>...because they probably were your real scores...</p>


<p>ouch be nice guys!</p>

<p>the chance of a mistake is very minimal, and I consider a waste of money</p>

<p>We paid the 25 dollars for the hand scoring on the SAT 11 writing. The score sheet indicated that my daughter had omitted 15 questions on one section compared to 1 or 2 on the others. She was certain that she didn't do that. The raw scores on the other 2 sections were excellent as was the essay 10/12. Hand scoring indicated the same. She figured that maybe she missed a whole page? Unfortunately the hand score report offered no additional information such as you skipped #'s 21-35 or something to that effect. That would have explained the low score.</p>

<p>when I received a 1300 in January I fretted about it for about 2 weeks. I almost got handscoring. But instead of 25 bucks for handscoring I bought 30 dollars worth of SAT prep books. And I got a 1470 the next time.</p>

<p>The moral of the story is handscoring won't do anything. Accept that you had a bad day and study harder.</p>


<p>what is the phone number for hand scoring?</p>

<p>My son had a test hand-scored. No change. We guessed that he must have skipped a question accidentally and then answered all of the following ones in the wrong bubbles on the score card...</p>

<p>The test retake was much higher.</p>