SAT score / chem score

<p>So May 2010, SAT. I got 4 questions wrong and i got a 700. Jan 2010, 2 question wrong, 740. Is the curve extremely intense(?) for math? Also is a 710 on chemistry good? It said i was in the 67th percentile.</p>

<p>Is there a curve for SAT at all like there is in subject tests? In order to get the full score, do you have to answer EVERY question correctly?</p>

<p>Finally, is it too late to take the October Sat before applications? I am a junior now, senior in sept.</p>

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Is the curve extremely intense(?) for math?

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<p>Yep. Generally -0 is a 800, -1 is a 770, and so forth. </p>

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Also is a 710 on chemistry good?

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<p>Like you said, it's on the 67th percentile. You did better than 2/3rds of all test takers. Generally, anything over 700 is a good score! </p>

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Is there a curve for SAT at all like there is in subject tests? In order to get the full score, do you have to answer EVERY question correctly?

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<p><a href="http://www.erikthered.com/tutor/SAT-Released-Test-Curves.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.erikthered.com/tutor/SAT-Released-Test-Curves.pdf&lt;/a>. That'll help you a lot.</p>

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Finally, is it too late to take the October Sat before applications? I am a junior now, senior in sept.

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<p>If you're applying early action, the latest is November. Confirm with your school, though. If you're applying regular decision, the latest is January. Again, confirm just in case.</p>