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# How to Score 1000 on the SAT

A 1,000 on the SAT is slightly below the average score of 1060, so it is relatively easy to score 1000 on the SAT. Of course, that doesn’t mean all students can easily score 1000 on the SAT. Students still have to know enough material to get 1000.

## How to Score 1000 on the SAT

Here is a breakdown of different scenarios in which students can score 1000 on the SAT. Each SAT is scored slightly differently since it is curved based on how the students who took the test performed on it. These are good estimates, though.

### Even Breakdown on All Sections

Score Breakdown

• English: 500
• Writing 250: (23 out of 44, about 52%)
• Math: 500 (25 out of 58, about 43%)
• Total: 1000

To get a 500 on English by scoring evenly well on Reading and Writing, you will need to get 25 out of 52 reading questions right and 23 out of 44 writing questions right to get 250 on each part, 500 total for English. You’ll need to answer 25 out of 58 questions right on the math part to get a 500 on math.

### Slightly Better in Reading and Slightly Worse in Math

Score Breakdown

• English: 550
• Writing 250: (23 out of 44, about 52%)
• Math: 450 (20 out of 58, about 34%)
• Total: 1000

To get a 550 on English by scoring slightly better on English by scoring higher on reading, you will need to get 34 out of 52 questions right to get a 300 on reading and 23 out of 44 writing questions right to get 250 on writing each part, 550 total for English. You’ll need to answer 20 out of 58 questions right on the math part to get a 450 on math.

### Slightly Higher in Writing and Slightly Worse in Math

Score Breakdown

• English: 550
• Writing 300: (29 out of 44, about 66%)
• Math: 450 (20 out of 58, about 34%)
• Total: 1000

To get a 550 on English by scoring slightly better on English by scoring higher on writing, you will need to get 25 out of 52 questions right to get a 250 on reading and 29 out of 44 writing questions right to get 300 on writing each part, 550 total for English. You’ll need to answer 20 out of 58 questions right on the math part to get a 450 on math.

### Higher in English (Reading and Writing) and Worse in Math

Score Breakdown

• English: 600
• Writing 300: (29 out of 44, about 66%)
• Math: 400 (20 out of 58, about 34%)
• Total: 1000

To get a 600 on English by scoring evenly well on reading and writing, you will need to get 13 out of 52 reading questions and 29 out of 44 questions right to get 300 on each part, 600 total for English. You’ll need to answer 20 out of 58 questions right on the math part to get a 450 on math.

### Score Slightly Higher on Math and Slightly Lower in English

Score Breakdown

• English: 450
• Writing 220: (19 out of 44, about 43%)
• Math: 550 (32 out of 58, about 55%)
• Total: 1000

To get a 450 on English by scoring almost evenly on reading and writing, you will need to get 21 out of 52 questions right to get a 230 on reading and 19 out of 44 right to get 220 on writing, 500 total for English. You’ll need to answer 32 out of 58 questions right on the math part to get a 550 on math.

Score Breakdown

• English: 400