Myth of the 200 points

October 18, 2006 at 5:47 pm Leave a comment

Posted by Dee

Did you ever hear about how the College Board gives you a 200 on the SAT just for putting your name on it?

Apparently, that was never true! Ah, how myths begin…

According to the College Board, if they receive an answer sheet with a name on it but with no answers filled out, it would be considered an “automatic request to cancel scores,” so no score would be reported!

And now you know! (MythBusters, college-style.)

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Entry filed under: College Board, Myth, Practice test, SAT, Testing.

By the way, there’s a store! Underestimating SAT timing

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