SATs: Dropping the Writing Section & What it Means
by SavvyRoo on Sep 23, 2014 | Views: 131 | Score: 2
|Men- # of perfect scores in 2013||Women- # of perfect scores in 2013|
|Critical Reading + Mathematics (out of 1600)||1164||677|
|Critical Reading + Mathematics + Writing (out of 2400)||270||224|
Starting in the spring of 2016, the redesigned SATs will be implemented. For everyone, this means the writing section will be optional. However, the real question is: what will it mean for you?
Much as I disliked the writing section for the GMAT, I was glad to have the opportunity to show that I was more than just a multiple choice score.