How Is SAT Math Scored - SAT Mathematics Marking Scheme
As we know Math is a very important part of the SAT exam. It contains two sections Calculator and Non-Calculator.
It's relatively straightforward to find your score on SAT Math. Step by step, I'll walk you through your raw score to determine your final scaled score from 200 to 800.
First figure out your raw score on each of the two mathematics sections (Calculator and No Calculator). This is just the total amount of questions you answered correctly. The No Calculator section in Maths has 20 possible points, while the Calculator section has 38 possible points.
Wrong or blank questions do not count for or against you. For the Grid-In answers, where you fill in the answer rather than choosing A, B, C, or D, remember that there can be a few different ways to write the same answer (for example, 3/5 could also be written as 0.6).
Now, Add your No-Calculator section raw score to your Calculator section raw score. This is your final Math raw score. The highest possible raw score is 58.