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COUNCIL ROCK SCHOOL DISTRICT

SCORECARD 

SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TESTS (SAT) SCORES

2012 – 2016

 

The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), is a college admission test that is recognized by universities both inside the United States and around the world.  Created and administered by the College Board, the SAT assesses student reasoning based on knowledge and skills developed by the students in their course work.  It covers three subject areas:  critical reading, (VERBAL), mathematics and writing.  Students have 3 hours and 45 minutes to complete the exam.  Each section is worth 800 points, so the highest possible score is 2400.  The SAT is designed to measure critical thinking and problem solving skills that are essential for success in college, and is the most widely used standardized test for college admissions.

2016
 

 

CRITICAL READING

MATH

WRITING

CR NORTH

567

580

575

CR SOUTH

538

559

538

STATE AVG

494

508

482

 

2015
 

 

CRITICAL READING

MATH

WRITING

CR NORTH

574

582

579

CR SOUTH

536

562

533

STATE AVG

495

508

482

 

2014

 

 

VERBAL

MATH

WRITING

CR NORTH

560

579

565

CR SOUTH

524

557

523

STATE AVG

497

504

480

 

2013

 

 

VERBAL

MATH

WRITING

CR NORTH

557

577

558

CR SOUTH

538

565

536

STATE AVG

494

504

482

 

2012

 

 

VERBAL

MATH

WRITING

CR NORTH

552

573

559

CR SOUTH

521

556

523

STATE AVG

491

501

480