If you’re wondering what it takes to score a 1200, 1400, or even a 1600 on the SAT®, you’ll want to try our interactive SAT® score calculator. With it, you can see how many questions you need to get right on the SAT® Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and SAT® Math sections.
This guide exists to prepare you for the treacherous terrain of the SAT® Writing and Language test and help answer the question of “How to get a perfect score on SAT® Writing and Language”? Keep reading to get an in-depth overview of the test and key components that you will need to master to score a perfect 800.
Recently, CollegeBoard drastically altered the format of their SAT® Writing and Language Test. Although its striking resemblance to the ACT English Test allows students to prep for both tests simultaneously, the SAT® Writing Section is still an intimidating challenge for students. To help you take down the beast, we’ve compiled the top ten essential grammar rules to follow when reviewing for the SAT® Writing and Language Test.
If you took the SAT® last year and are hoping to take it again soon, you may discover that the test you take starting in the 2014-2015 school year is very different than your previous attempts, but don’t worry! The SAT® is being redesigned to make it a more effective and accurate reflection of what college and the “real world” will be like. This means that there will be both major and minor changes you should know about.
We don’t know of anyone who likes taking standardized exams. But tests like the SAT® are often required for college admissions, so you just have to grin and bear it.