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Redesigned SAT/ACT Conversion Chart

Please see below for our SAT/ACT Conversion chart. The College Board has released an app that allows one to convert new SAT scores to old SAT scores and vice versa.  As of now, this data is only available on a one-to-one basis, but A-List SAT/ACT expert, Robert Hay, tabulated it into a spreadsheet. Our test experts are going to continue to look at this over the next few days. Much like the PSAT data we’ve already seen, new test scores are higher than old test, by an average of 30 points for math, 40 for EBRAW, and 60 for composite.

More importantly, since we can convert new SAT to old SAT, we can then convert old SAT to ACT, thus transitively converting new SAT to ACT.

We put together a quick SAT/ACT Conversion table for you because you’re special.

Redesigned SAT/ACT Conversion Chart

There already exists a set of tables to convert old-format SAT scores to ACT scores. Combining these tables allows us to compare new SAT scores to ACT scores. Please see below for our SAT/ACT Conversion Chart.
Please note that all comparisons here are estimates. All three tests are different from each other and cannot be perfectly compared.

Old SAT CRM New SAT ACT
510–550 560-620 11
560–610 640-710 12
620–660 720-750 13
670–710 760-800 14
720–760 810-850 15
770–810 860-890 16
820–850 900-930 17
860–890 940-970 18
900–930 980-1010 19
940–970 1020-1050 20
980–1010 1060-1090 21
1020–1040 1100-1120 22
1050–1080 1130-1150 23
1090–1120 1160-1190 24
1130–1160 1200-1230 25
1170–1200 1240-1270 26
1210–1240 1280-1310 27
1250–1280 1320-1340 28
1290–1320 1350-1380 29
1330–1350 1390-1410 30
1360–1390 1420-1440 31
1400–1430 1450-1480 32
1440–1480 1490-1510 33
1490–1530 1520-1550 34
1540–1590 1560-1590 35
1600 1600 36

 

(Source: https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/understanding-scores/sat-score-converter).

 

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