Is it just me, or was today's SAT oddly simple?

<p>I don't mean to be one of "those" people. But I am in a Kaplan prep class and the sample tests that I took and scored at home seemed like they were much harder. Like, getting 1750 over and over and over again hard. Not breaking the 600 barrier in my best subject hard. </p>

<p>I know how to score the test so for each section I calculated approximately what the raw score for all of the ten would be and added at home later making sure to include a decent margin of error. Calculated about a 2160. </p>

<p>This is the first "official" time I am taking the SAT soooo I don't know if this is just a weird thing to assume that it was simple but I thought the math in the practice tests was much harder! The writing however in this test (particularly the last section) seemed like it was very hard. </p>

<p>Anyone else? Thoughts? I had the test with the passages about negative campaigning, the Japanese high school runner post WWII era, tectonic plates, and ugh something else.</p>

<p>it was a lot easier than the practice tests i thought but i dont want to jinx myself.</p>

<p>Ugh god I know. Some people tell me practice test scores are higher than official test scores... but knowing Kaplan and just logic in general wouldn't it make sense to pull the hardest and most frequently missed questions and complie them all into a practice test to better prepare you?</p>

<p>had four reading sections but I thought they were a lot better then I had expected. Good luck :)</p>

<p>Some of the comprehension questions had me stumped but not nearly as bad as some of the practice tests I took.</p>