SAT Score Penalty
No, there is no penalty for wrong answers on the SAT. We recommend that you go ahead and make an educated guess. Cross out the answers you have determined are wrong in your test booklet, so you can clearly see which choices are left. After you have eliminated all of the choices that you know are wrong, guessing is your best strategy. There is no advantage to leaving a question blank.
Your raw score is the sum of the number of questions you answer correctly. Raw scores are converted to scaled scores, which are used to determine percentile ranks. The percentile indicates how well you did, compared to other students who also took the SAT.
For example, if you score in the 95th percentile, you did better than 95% of other students.
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