# How to explain a SAT score of 600???

<p>Okay so I got a SAT of 600. I know I should have cancelled, but I didn't realize that all my marks were off by 1. Gahh. Anyways, should I explain it, or should it be self-explanatory on top of much higher SAT scores? haha</p>

<p>i mean, at least a 600 would look a lot better than a 2000, wouldn't it? ;) as long as it was taken before subsequent much higher scores</p>

<p>So basically you got the pts for just writing your name. How did you mess up every section by 1??</p>

<p>Bubble fail? That sucks, try calling collegeboard.</p>

<p>wouldn't you have noticed after a while ?</p>

<p>Actually, a lot of people purposely try to get a 600. Supposedly, it's harder than getting a 2400. Tell them you were trying to do that.</p>

<p>lol i dont know what i was doing; i didnt even care after i realized that i screwed up the first section so i decided to screw up the entire test for fun. so i was playing around with my score sheet cuz i noticed that i could draw pretty things with the bubble sheet, so then i screwed up everything else.</p>

<p>so i drew a cute bear lol</p>

<p>How could it be hard to get a 600? Just fill in two bubbles for each answer. You get every answer wrong.</p>

<p>^ Yes, it is very easy to get 600.</p>

<p>Would a raw score of 0 get you a 600? In that case just turn in a blank paper.</p>

<p>I think a raw score of 0 gets you a 690.</p>

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<p>Um. /Facepalm.</p>

<p>A raw score of 0 actually gives you some points, surprisingly. According to the BB, around 250. Giving you a 750. -_-</p>

<p>lol, it would be funny if someone who got a 2400 would go for the 600, legitimately filling out a wrong answer choice. Although it's not that hard, considering most average test-takers can narrow down answer-choices to at least two.</p>