Math 2010 SAT Subject Test

<p>Everyone said it was easy, but I thought it was ridiculously hard!! Especially the last few questions.</p>

<p>What do you think the curve is looking like this month? What is it like in the past? If i left 11 blank (and assuming I got some wrong) is there ANY way I can get at least a 700?</p>

<p>Lets use this forum as a fresh start to a few long weeks of panicking before the scores come out...</p>

<p>Level 1 or Level 2?</p>

<p>level 2</p>

<p>my bad! totally forgot there was a level 1..</p>

<p>How many do you think you missed?</p>

<p>probably around 5</p>

<p>That would be about 680.</p>

<p>uggh great.. meaning i'll have to retake it.
Is that with or without the curve??</p>

<p>What do you mean?</p>

<p>well aren't these tests curved?? so sometimes an 800 is up to 9 or 10 skipped (instead of 5 like most test prep books say)</p>

<p>The curve is inherent in the scoring. There is no "pre-curve" score and a "post-curve" score. One can never skip 9 or 10 and still get 800.</p>

<p>Hmm.. well my friend who took the may sat math level 2 skipped 9 and got an 800</p>

<p>When? I am skeptical.</p>

<p>To Silverturtle...my son left 5 blank and thinks he missed 5. What is his predicted score?</p>

<p>Assuming a standard curve, he would get about 750.</p>

<p>well my friend could have been lying... oh well I'm praying for that 700 though. what if I skipped 11 but only got 1 or 2 wrong. would that get me at least a 700?</p>

<p>11 omitted and 1 wrong would be 740.</p>

<p>Thank you...you always know the answer to my questions and you have always been right. So, next question...May 2010 Math 2 curve...do we know it?</p>

<p>wait silverturtle where are you getting these conversions from?</p>

<p>But thanks so much for all this help! =)</p>

<p>The released practice subject tests have raw score conversion charts</p>