Is there a Self scoring SAT II Lit practice test mistake?

<p>Someone please explain to me how I got a 700 on my SAT II Lit. whereas I got 16 wrong, omitted 12 (basically a whole section on poetry..I hate poetry)..and got the rest right..</p>

<p>What the hell. I think it's waaaay too high!</p>

<p>It seems fishy doesn't it?</p>

<p>They say count up the # correct. Then count up the number wrong and divide by 4..Then Subtract the two to get a raw score. My raw score was a 45.</p>

<p>Something wrong?</p>

<p>I just double checked in the REAL SAT Subject Tests book. It is indeed a 700.</p>

<p>it is? wow...i mean. im not one of those people who normally break a 700 lol</p>

<p>I see the problem now. I forgot to subtract the wrong questions (!). Ok, so it's like this:</p>

<p>61 Total Nimber of Questions
-12 for omitted
-4 points (16 x .25)
-*16 incorrect answers (part I forgot to do) *
=26 RAW SCORE</p>

<p>Brings it to a 560.</p>