SAT

FairTest: What to Look for in the 2008 SAT Score Report

for further information:

Bob Schaeffer    (239) 395-6773
cell:    (239) 699-0468

for immediate release, Thursday, August 21, 2008

SAT Scoring Error 2006

FairTest's Reaction to the Release of the 2007 SAT Scores

for further information:
Bob Schaeffer (239) 395-6773
Cell (239) 699-0468
for release with annual SAT scores
Tuesday, August 28, 2007

2000 College Bound Seniors Test Scores: SAT

Total Test-Takers: 1,260,278, of whom 53.7% are female

2001 College Bound Seniors Test Scores: SAT

Approximately 1.27 million test-takers, of whom 53.6% are female

2005 College Bound Seniors Average SAT Scores

Approximately 1.48 million test takers, of whom 53.0% were female

   VERBAL  MATH  TOTAL
GENDER      

Letter to College Board

September 5, 2006

Gaston Caperton, President
The College Board
45 Columbus Avenue
New York, New York 10023 via overnight delivery

 

Dear Governor Caperton:

2006 College Bound Seniors Average SAT Scores


Approximately 1.47 million test takers, of whom 53.6% were female

   CRITICAL READING  MATH   WRITING TOTAL 
GENDER         
 Female  502  502  502  

What to Look for in the College Board's SAT Score Report

Results from the first high school class that took the "new" SAT will be released on Tuesday, August 29. Because of controversies about the revised exam - including its extended length, higher cost, scoring errors, and the value of its "writing" section (see http://www.fairtest.org for background on these issues) - score trends will be closely scrutinized. Here are five major issues FairTest will be tracking.

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