Scholastic Aptitude Test, popularly known as SAT, is a reasoning type test that examines the students’ skills in reading, writing and mathematics. Various colleges/universities in the United States used the test as a measure of their admission process. SAT Reasoning Test is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS), while it is published and developed by the College Board. SAT Test is conducted several times in a year at various test centers spread all over the world.
As a participant of SAT test, you should know how the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is scored. The College Board is so determined to make sure that the score reporting should be precise and speedy. Your SAT test score will be sent to you or your college/university, which you have chosen at the time of registration, in two ways - during the registration and after the registration. Besides, you should also know that each section of SAT test is reported between how many ranges or if there is any negative marking in the SAT test.