The Raw Scores You Need for 800?

<p>Please add what you know for the various subjects, or correct me if I'm wrong. I'm trying to make a list of the bare minimum raw score you can get for each SATII and still get a 800. </p>

<p>MATHIIC - 43
MathI -
Chemistry -
World History-
US History -
Physics -
Spanish -
Spanish w/ List.-
French -
French w/ list - </p>

<p>Thank you, if you are sure about a lowest raw score for 800, please share. If you aren't sure, but you think it's around X, then say so, but note that you aren't sure.</p>

<p>50 for math ic</p>

<p>You will find out the exact numbers after you get a score report in the mail for any subject test. It will display on the back of the score sheet the corresponding values of raw---scaled scores for ALL of the subject tests</p>

<p>(number of questions you need to get right in order to get a 800/total # of questions)</p>

<p>MATHIIC - 44/50
MathI -49/50
Chemistry -82/85
World History-78/95
US History -79/90
Physics -59/75.rofl.thats kind of easy i guess.
Spanish -83/85
Spanish w/ List.-82/85
French -53/80
French w/ list -75/85</p>

<p>what about Bio??</p>

<p>wow chemistry u can only miss 3? the barrons book scale on the practice tests say u can miss over 15.</p>

<p>wow you can miss 11 on us history </p>

<p>and bump DankStarbursts...i'd like to know too</p>

<p>for physics I have 66/75, which seems a little more reasonable. By the way, I know people probably know this but the curves vary, so when -9 is an 800 on one test, -16 might be an 800 on a very hard test (although that sounds a bit unusual)....</p>

<p>Barron's is incredibly incorrect.</p>

<p>53/80 for French to still get an 800 is wrong. On page 422 of CB's Subject tests, a raw score of 74 drops you to 790. That's 74/85 i.e total possible raw is 85 not 80.</p>

<p>Although each of these scaled score table is applicable to the particular practice test, the scales don't vary by that much. Certainly not a difference of 21 raw points. (74-53)</p>