## What is a good SAT Math Level 2 score?

The simplest way of looking at the scores also happens to be the most accurate — the Math 2 score is 90 points higher and is the better score. The pool of students taking the Math 2 exam is more exclusive than that of those taking Literature. The average SAT Math score among Math 2 takers is 720.

## Is 730 a good SAT Math 2 score?

However, a 730 for Math 2 is at the 55th percentile, so I would not recommend sending that score unless all scores are required. The percentiles for most Subject Tests are depressed because few schools require/request them. The ones that do are generally the elite ones with low admissions rates anyway.

**Is 700 a good math 2 score?**

The most selective colleges might consider a score below 700 on either Math Subject Test to be too low. The majority of successful applicants to these colleges as of 2019 received mid-to-high 700s on their Math Subject Tests.

### Is 690 a good SAT Math 2 score?

The pool of students taking the Math 2 exam is more exclusive than that of those taking Literature. The average SAT Math score among Math 2 takers is 720….

Subject | Math Level 2 |
---|---|

Subject Test Mean | 690 |

Relevant SAT Score | 721 |

Test Takers | 141,951 |

<=600 | 28,390 |

### Is a 600 on Math SAT good?

What Is a Good SAT Score Overall? Your SAT score, which ranges from 400 to 1600, is the sum of your two section scores: Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW). Each section uses a scale of 200-800 in 10-point increments. A good score on Math or EBRW, then, would be around 600.

**Is 780 a good Math 2 score?**

And a 780 is a great score; no need to retake.

#### Is 750 a good Math SAT score?

You can tell this is the case because a 750 is a 98th percentile score for EBRW, meaning you’re in the top 2% of test takers. But that same score is in the 96th percentile for Math, placing you only in the top 4%.

#### Is a 800 a good SAT score?

Is An 800 SAT Score (8 Percentile) Good? An 800 is also approximately 200-odd points below the national average SAT result, making it on the low end of college-eligible scores. An 800 SAT is considered a percentile 8, which means that you only did better than 8% of all other test takers.

**Do colleges prefer math 1 or 2?**

Do colleges prefer Math 1 or Math 2? It depends on the college. For selective colleges, (and especially if you are applying to engineering schools), it’s a safe bet to take Math II, which covers the same material as Math 1 (two years of algebra and geometry), plus trigonometry and pre-calculus.

## What does the percentile rank on the SAT mean?

The SAT gives you a percentile ranking for your overall composite score as well as for each of the two section scores: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and Math. Your percentile tells you how you did on the SAT compared with everyone else who took the test.

## What’s the best way to increase your percentile on the SAT?

This means you can get more bang for your buck if you focus on the Math section for your retake. Increasing your Math score by 100 points can raise your percentile from 75 to 92. However, raising your EBRW score from 700 to 800, though super impressive, only improves your percentile ranking by 5%.

**What is the total score on the SAT?**

The total score is the sum of the two section scores; its range is 400–1600.

### What’s the difference between the highest and lowest SAT scores?

Something to note about these percentile ranks is that they change the fastest with the middle scores. For example, the difference between 1450 and 1600—the highest possible score—is only 4 percentile points, 96 to 99. However, the same point gap between 1100 and 1250 has a vast percentile difference—59 to 81.