|By Chickenbroccoli (Chickenbroccoli) on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 - 09:07 pm: Edit|
Hey guys. Yeah so im taking the SAT II Phys on saturday and im really curious to know whether the curve will be like that in the Kaplan and REA books (raw score of 63=800, meaning u can get 10 wrong and still get 800), or like the one in the Sparknotes book (i think only 6 or 7 are allowed wrong)... Does anyone know the curve from May or June(it tends to be the same)?
Thanks, and good luck to all the test takers!
|By Paulhomework (Paulhomework) on Wednesday, October 06, 2004 - 10:20 pm: Edit|
yup, but Kaplan tests are horrible if i remember correctly. They are way easier than actual SAT II physic tests.
REA and Princeton's Review are more similar to the actual test.
|By Siavash8p (Siavash8p) on Thursday, October 07, 2004 - 04:26 pm: Edit|
In Barron's says 65+ MIGHT be an 800 on the real test. 45+ will be 700+. But it says that they are not accurate.
|By Joshjmgs (Joshjmgs) on Thursday, October 07, 2004 - 05:26 pm: Edit|
According to ETS in 22 REAL:
Anything greater than a raw of 62 out of 75 is an 800
Greater than a 52 is a 750
Greater than a 44 is a 700
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