Question: Who Has The Highest SAT Score Ever?

Ben.

Ben from California scored 1550: a perfect 800 in SAT Math and 750 in Reading/Writing.

Has anyone gotten a perfect SAT score?

The maximum score on the SAT is a 1600. Out of the 1.7 million students who take the test every year, only about 300 get the highest possible SAT score. This elusive perfect score catapults you to the top of high school academic achievement and can be a big boost to your college applications.

What is the highest SAT score recorded?

Both sections of the exam are scored on a range between 200 and 800, making your final score between 400 and 1600. This makes 1600 the highest possible score you can receive on the SAT.

How rare is a perfect SAT score?

A perfect SAT score is incredibly rare.

According to the College Board’s most recent total group report, approximately 2.1 million students took the SAT in 2018. Of these, just 7% (145,023 students) scored between 1400 and 1600. Clearly, very few people scored above 1400 alone, let alone a perfect 1600!

What is a perfect score on SAT 2019?

National Average SAT Scores

There are two required sections of the SAT: Math and Evidence-Based Reading. Each section is scored between 200 and 800, with 800 being the best possible score. Students also receive a total score, which is the sum of the Math and EBR scores; this sum ranges from 400 to 1600.