Updated for the New SAT in 2016
The recently released curves of The College Board’s 4 new SAT practice exams have been analyzed to bring you the most accurate prediction of your scores. For any given raw score, the entire range of scaled scores across all curves are computed along with the percentage of times each one has shown up in the past.
Keep in mind this is the new SAT so things work a little different. Your total score (out of 1600) will come from the math calculator and the reading and writing calculator (first two tabs). The separate reading calculator and the separate writing calculator at the end can be thought of as subscores that make up the full reading and writing score.
Note: For the new SAT, raw scores less than 0 will not be considered valid. Because of rounding, percentages may not add up to 100.