Here’s how you may use the average composite, or total, SAT score to compare your own SAT scores. If you achieved greater than the average SAT score of 1023, consider your score “good.”
Percentiles can provide you with more information about how your scores compare to those of other test takers. Percentiles indicate what proportion of other test takers you scored the same as or higher than.
For example, suppose you take the SAT without studying and score in the 30th percentile. That indicates you outperformed 30% of the other exam takers. It also indicates you scored less than 1023, which is below average.
But suppose you study and use Masterclass Space’s SAT Complete Online Prep classe by our SAT Tutor in Singapore before your next SAT. This time, your score is in the 75th percentile! You now have a SAT score better than 75% of test takers, which is far above average!