## What is SSAT out of?

SSAT is the sum of the scores for the quantitative, verbal, and reading sections. It has a low value of 1500, a high value of 2400, and a midpoint of 1950.

## Should I retake the SAT if I got a 1530?

Never Retake a 1530+ If you score a 1530+, you are in the top 1% of all test takers (based on 2017 numbers). The SAT User Percentiles are what matter since they’re based on the actual scores of students. So if you scored a 1520, 99% of the students scored the same or lower. Therefore, the top 1% scored at least a 1530.

**Is 2200 a good SAT score?**

2200 SAT Score Standings Out of the 1.67 million test-takers, 28834 scored the same or higher than you. You can apply to 1356 colleges and have a good shot at getting admitted. You have a very low chance of getting into 12 with this score.

**How do I prepare for the SSAT?**

10 Tips for Doing Your Best on the SSAT

- Practice, practice, practice – early!
- Read – a lot!
- If you know you are weak in a particular subject, get help before you take the test.
- Be prepared.
- Get a good night’s rest.
- Be on-time for your test.
- Relax!
- Set a pace.

### Is 800 on the SAT good?

Is a 800 a good SAT score? A score of 800 is definitely low. It places you in the bottom 9th percentile nationally out of the 1.7 million test takers of the SAT entrance exam. The score indicates you’ve done a very poor job answering the questions on the Math and Evidence-Based Reading & Writing sections of the test.

### What if I retake the SAT and get a lower score?

Additionally, if you retake the tests, you can choose which scores you send. And even if you sent all of your scores, many colleges will only consider your highest. So even if you were to get a lower score the second time, it would not matter.

**What SSAT score is good?**

If you score in the 50th percentile on any SSAT section, you will achieve the “median” SSAT score for that test. And if you score higher than the 50th percentile, you perform better than the median.

**Can you use calculator on SSAT?**

The quantitative (mathematics) section of the Upper Level SSAT measures your knowledge of algebra, geometry, and other quantitative concepts. You do not require and may not use a calculator for this section.