According to the Princeton Review, an SAT score of 1500 falls around the national average as of 2014. The average SAT scores for students admitted to institutes of higher learning varies from university to university. More »

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A score of 1500 on the SAT is the national average and is good enough to get into most colleges and universities. This is assuming the student's academic record is up to par. Different colleges have different standards f... More »

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The SAT math portion does provide formulas. Calculators are not provided; test takers must bring their own graphing, four-function, or scientific calculator. In the Spring of 2016, the SAT will be redesigned. The math po... More »

The average score for the 2015 version of the SAT is 1500, so any score above that would be considered a good score. The highest possible score for the SAT is 2400, but it is the percentile that matters more than the sco... More »

Whether a score is considered poor or excellent depends on a college's standards; some schools require higher SAT scores for admission, while others admit candidates with lower scores if they are strong in other areas. T... More »

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Based on the 2012 percentile ranks, which are the most recent available as of 2014, an average SAT score is 500 Math, 510 Reading and 490 Writing; anything above these scores would be better than average. Scores of 580 M... More »

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The national average for the new SAT is 1500, so any score above that is, by definition, above average. Whether that is "good" or not depends on the caliber of school the student hopes to attend. More »