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п»їFA Cup Predictions Today,4/1/2020.
The English Premier League takes a break today but FA cup competition is available. We have the predictions for each match where Manchester City, Watford and Cardiff City are expected to win their respective matches.
Here is the full list of the predictions:
Millwall vs Newport(Millwall win) Birmingham vs Blackburn(1X,OV1.5) Bristol City vs Shrewsbury(1X,GG) Burnley vs Peterborough(Burnley win,OV1.5) Rotherham vs Hull City(1X,OV1.5) Southampton vs Huddersfield(Southampton win) Brighton vs Sheffield Wed(Brighton win) Watford vs Tranmere(Watford win,OV1.5) Preston vs Norwich City(1X,GG,OV1.5) Reading vs Blackpool(1X,U3.5) Fulham vs Aston Villa(1X,OV1.5) Cardiff vs Carlisle(Cardiff win,OV1.5) Oxford Utd vs Hartlepool(Oxford Utd win,OV1.5) Wolverhampton vs Manchester Utd(1X,U3.5,GG) Bournemouth vs Luton Town(Bournemouth win,OV1.5,GG) Leicester vs Wigan(Leicester win,OV2.5) Manchester City vs Port Vale(Manchester City win,OV2.5)


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The Albert Team Last Updated On: January 3, 2021.
Got an ACT® exam coming up and not sure how you might do? Then you’re at the right place. Here is an interactive ACT® score calculator to help you predict how your raw score would translate to your ACT® scale score so that you can answer for yourself, “Is my ACT® score good enough?”
If you’re looking for free help as you start your ACT® test prep, be sure to explore our ACT® sections for more review articles (Math, Reading, Science)
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How do you calculate ACTВ® scores?
To calculate your ACT® score, you’ll need to know your respective raw score in the four sections: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. By knowing how many questions you got right in each section, you can then reference a conversion table to see how that raw score translates to a scale score.
The ACTВ® is easy to convert since there is no penalty involved with incorrect answers. All they care about is how many questions you got correct.
Scale scores range from 1-36, with 36 being the highest possible mark on the ACTВ®. To compute your overall ACTВ® score, you take the average of all four sections (ACTВ® English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science divided by four).
What’s the difference between ACT® raw scores and ACT® scale scores?
Your ACT® raw score is equivalent to the number of questions you get correct on the test. For example, ACT® English has 75 questions — if you got a 70, it means you got 70 of the multiple choice questions correct.
ACT® Math has 60 questions — so if you got 43 questions right, your raw score would be a 43.
Your ACT® scale score is how your raw score translates to a section score ranging from 1-36. In the two examples above, your raw scores would translate to a 34 on ACT® English and a 27 on ACT® Math if you were to refer to the official 2020-2021 practice test’s scoring charts .
What is a good ACTВ® score?
It’s tough to give a cold hard number and call it a “good ACT® score”. That being said, generally speaking anything in the top 30% of all students taking the test is a decent place to be. That translates to roughly a 23 on the ACT® for your composite score.
Here’s a table of the typical percentiles for students taking the ACT®:
ACTВ® Composite Score Percentile 36 100% 34-35 99% 31-33 96-98% 29-30 92-94% 28 89% 27 86% 26 82% 25 78% 24 74% 23 69%
If you want to rank in the top 10% of all high school ACT® test takers, you’d need to score above a 28. Typically falling in the high 20s will position you competitively for state colleges like University of Texas, Austin and University of California, Irvine.
As you get into the 30s, you will enter the upper echelon of universities, with many top universities such as University of Virginia (known as a “Public Ivy”), as well as Top 25 schools like Northwestern, Georgetown, and Duke.
Finally as you get into near perfect ACT® score territory (34-36), you’ll be highly competitive for the top schools in the nation such as Princeton, Harvard, and Yale.
Is 27 on the ACTВ® a good score?
Yes! Scoring a 27 on the ACTВ® puts you in the 86th percentile of test takers. Schools with scores averaging around a 27 include Penn State University Park, Syracuse University, and Temple University.
Is 30 on the ACTВ® good enough for Ivy Leagues?
Scoring a 30 on your ACT® may put you within striking distance of the Ivy Leagues, but it’s tough to say if it’d be good enough for gaining an acceptance into one. Reason being that there are many considerations when applying to any elite university.
That being said, based on historical trends, a 30 would put you within the historical classes at the University of Pennsylvania, Dartmouth College, Brown University, Columbia University, and Cornell University.
For Harvard, Yale, and Princeton, you’d most likely be on the outside looking in. Exceptions would be if you had a particular edge in your application that would make you a unique candidate for consideration.
Is a 36 on the ACTВ® a good score?
This should be a no-brainer. YES! A 36 on the ACTВ® is a great score and the equivalent of a perfect score. One good thing about the ACTВ® is that you actually have a small margin of error at times to still get a perfect score.
There have been times in the past where students have not gotten every question right, but the acceptable raw score range for a 36 allows for a problem to have been missed. If you score between a 35 and 36 and average out your total composite ACT® score, it could end up being above 0.5, meaning it’d round to a perfect score!
What is the average ACTВ® score?
When reviewing the ACTВ® scores national norms data , we found that the typical ACTВ® score ranges between 18-20 depending on the section. This test is typically normalized around 20.
The average ACTВ® English score tended to fall between 19-20.
The average ACTВ® Math score fell between 18-19.
The average ACTВ® Reading score was roughly 20.
The average ACTВ® Science score was 20.
Why is the ACTВ® exam curved?
It’s important to note that the ACT® exam itself is not curved relative to test takers. However, it is curved through a process known as equating. This is when the ACT® organization scales test scores from a range of past test dates so that they’re all comparable in the ability that is being tested.
You can read more about this process on page 6 here . This equating process is also why you’ll notice as you use our ACT® score calculator that sometimes there are variances in how you would have scored on one practice test versus another.
As a whole, the ACT® has generally stayed consistent over time in that the number of right answers you’ve scored in a section translates into a respective scale score.
Why should I use this ACTВ® score calculator?
Albert’s ACT® score calculator uses the official released practice tests curves from ACT®.org. This means our calculations are 100% accurate and up-to-date. If you are ever in doubt and would like to confirm the score calculations for yourself, please refer to the ACT®’s practice test here .
We made this calculator because we saw that everyone else was just copying and pasting the table at the back of each practice test. Interactive score calculators are an easy way to motivate yourself and identify what sections to study diligently for. Understanding exactly how many questions you need to get right in order to get into your desired ACTВ® score ranges is crucial, especially when talking about any ACTВ® score above a 30.
How do you figure out your ACTВ® superscore?
ACTВ® superscores are easy to compute. All you need to do is collect all of your past ACTВ® score reports. Then, look for your highest scores in each respective section.
Total your highest scores, and then divide it by four. Round to the nearest whole number — this is your ACT® superscore.
Looking for extra ACTВ® practice?
Albert provides extensive ACTВ® practice with detailed explanations and full-length practice tests.


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The Albert Team Last Updated On: September 21, 2020.
Are you taking the SAT® exam soon and not sure how you might do? Then you’re at the right place! With this interactive SAT® score calculator, you can predict how your raw score translates to your SAT® score to answer the common question, “Is my SAT® score good enough?”
If you’re looking for free help as you start your SAT® test prep, be sure to explore our SAT® sections for more review articles ( Math , Reading , Writing )
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How do you calculate SATВ® scores?
When the SATВ® revamped in March of 2016, scores became easier to calculate. The test went back to being scored out of a total possible 1600 points.
When calculating your SATВ® score, there are a few key components:
First, there is your reading test raw score. This raw score is equivalent to the number of SATВ® Reading questions you get correct on the test (there are 52 in total). From your raw score, a Reading Test Score is calculated between 10-40.
Next, there is your writing and language test raw score. This is equal to the number of questions you get right out of the 44 questions in this section. From your raw score, a Writing and Language Test Score is calculated between 10-40.
Adding your Reading Test Score and Writing and Language Test Score becomes your Reading and Writing Test Score (which ranges from 20-80). This number is multiplied by 10 to get your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section Score (between 200-800).
Finally, there is your math score. For this section, you add the raw score (the number of correct answers) from both the no calculator and calculator sections to get your math section raw score. This is then converted using a scoring chart to output your Math Section Score (between 200-800).
This means your total SATВ® score can range from 400-1600.
What’s the difference between SAT® raw scores and SAT® scale scores? How are they calculated?
As noted in the prior question, SATВ® raw scores are equivalent to the number of correct answers you got in a section. The SATВ® does not have a guessing penalty and only cares about the total number of correct answers.
SAT® scale scores are how your raw scores translate when converted to section scores — these are between 200-800 for the two sections (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math), to give you a total SAT® score between 400-1600.
What is a good SATВ® score? Decent score? Bad score?
A good SAT® score really depends on the student and their aspirations. For example, if you’re applying to Harvard and have a 1200 SAT® score, it’s unlikely you’ll get in since Harvard’s average score is typically over 1500. That being said, if you’re applying to Michigan State University with that same score, that would be competitive for your college application.
Generally, in our opinion, anything that falls into the top 30% of graduating high school students should be considered a good SATВ® score. When you review the 2019 SATВ® score trends , you see the nationally representative sample average SATВ® score is 1120. The 70th percentile SATВ® test taker is 1170.
The former number compares how students did on the SATВ® to an overall sample of all students grades 11-12, regardless of whether or not they took the SATВ®. The latter number applies the actual scores of students in the past three graduating classes to the latest SATВ®.
A decent SAT® score would probably be something around the 50th percentile. Using the nationally representative sample, you’d find this to be a 1010. Looking at just SAT® test takers, the 50th percentile SAT® score would be between a 1050 and 1060.
A bad SAT® score is quite subjective, but if you were looking at it from a percentiles standpoint, it could be any score below the 25th percentile. Looking at the nationally representative sample, this is between 870 and 880. For just SAT® test takers, it’d be a 910.
Is 1600 a good SATВ® score?
Yes! A 1600 is not just a good SAT® score, it’s a perfect SAT® score. Just like the ACT®, depending on the particular test, there is sometimes leeway on how to get a perfect SAT® score. In other words, there are edge cases where you may be able to get one Reading question wrong and still get an 800 for your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section Score.
How hard is it to get a 1400 on the SATВ®?
It can be pretty tough to score a 1400 on the SAT®. Scoring a 1400 means you’re in the 97th percentile for the nationally representative sample and the 94th percentile among SAT® test takers.
Furthermore, if you were to assume you wanted to score a 700 in both sections and you play around with the score calculator above, you’d see that to score a 700 in math, you can only miss around eight questions on average.
Then, to score a 700 in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, you’d only be able to miss around eight questions in SAT® Reading and five questions in SAT® Writing.
Is 1200 a good SATВ® score?
A 1200 is a good SAT® score. When you review the 2019 SAT® score trends, you’d see that a 1200 equates to the 81st percentile for the nationally representative sample, and 74th percentile for SAT® test takers. This means scoring a 1200 on the SAT® puts you in the top quartile of high school students taking the test.
What is the average SATВ® score?
The average SATВ® score is typically between 1010 and 1060. This is pulled from the SATВ® score trend data in which the 50th percentile for the nationally representative sample was a 1010, and among SATВ® test takers, the 50th percentile fell between a 1050 and 1060.
Why is the SATВ® exam curved?
The SATВ® exam itself is not curved relative to test takers. That being said, the College Board does put each test through a process referred to as equating. This process ensures no student receives an advantage or disadvantage from taking a particular for on the SATВ® on a particular day.
In other words, it ensures a test score of 500 equals a test score 500 on an SATВ® from another day.
The equating process is also why you’ll notice that when you use our SAT® score calculator, there are sometimes variances in how you might have scored on one practice test versus another. There can be cases for instance where getting a perfect score in Math was necessary for an 800, while you could get one question wrong in another.
Since the last SATВ® change in March 2016, the SATВ® has remained consistent in terms of how raw scores translate to scale scores.
How do I read my SATВ® Score Report?
The College Board provides a helpful short video on how to understand your SATВ® score report here .
Upon logging in, you’ll see your total SAT® score, which combines your Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section and Math Section score.
In your SAT® Score Report, you’ll also find specifics on your test scores (number correct and incorrect in each section), cross-test scores (how you analyze texts and solve problems that are interdisciplinary with Science and History) and subscores (how you performed on specific key concepts).
These sections will be color coded so you know exactly where you need to improve.
If you took the essay, you’ll see how you did on reading, writing, and analysis.
If you prefer not watching a video on this, you can review the College Board’s PDF resource on reading SAT® Score Reports here .
Why should I use this SATВ® score calculator?
Albert’s SAT® score calculator uses official practice test curves from the College Board. This means our calculations are accurate and up-to-date to the practice materials shared from the test maker.
If you’re ever in doubt and would like to confirm the score conversion charts for yourself, you can review the official resources here .
We made this SAT® score calculator because we saw that everyone else simply replicated the tables when creating what they called a “calculator”. Interactive score calculators with sliders are a way more visual and fun way to motivate yourself to preparing for your SAT®. They help you actually play with levers on what sections you could see the biggest boost in your score from to get your desired SAT® score.
How do you figure out your SATВ® superscore?
To figure out your SAT® superscore, you’ll need to first compile all of the test days you took the SAT®. Next, look for your highest scores for SAT® Evidence-Based Reading and SAT® Math.
So for example, if you got a 700 on one SAT® Math test, and a 750 on another, you’d choose the 750.
Finally, total your highest scores — this is your SAT® superscore.
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