Use this SAT score percentile calculator to find out what percentile your SAT score falls into.

## SAT Score Percentile Calculator

This calculator allows you to estimate your SAT percentile based on your Math and Reading & Writing scores.

### How to Use

- Enter your Math score in the provided field (range: 200-800).
- Enter your Reading & Writing score in the provided field (range: 200-800).
- Click on the “Calculate” button to view your percentiles.

### Explanation

This calculator uses established percentile tables to estimate where your scores fall relative to other test-takers. The total percentile is also calculated by adding your Math and Reading & Writing scores to provide an estimated total percentile.

### Limitations

While this calculator offers a rough estimation of your percentile rank, it may not perfectly reflect the percentile you will see on your official SAT score report, as percentile ranks can change slightly with each testing cohort.

## Use Cases for This Calculator

### Calculate Your SAT Score Percentile

Enter your SAT score and the total number of test takers to find out your percentile rank.

Example: You scored 1400 on your SAT with 2 million total test takers.

### Set a Goal for Your SAT Preparation

Input your target SAT score percentile and estimated number of test takers to aim for your desired percentile rank.

Example: Aim for the top 10% percentile with 2.5 million test takers.

### Compare Your SAT Scores

Compare the percentiles of two different SAT scores to visualize the score gap between them.

Example: See the percentile difference between your current score and your revised score of 1500.

### Analyze Your SAT Score Trend

Check how your SAT score percentile changes with varying total test takers to understand score fluctuations.

Example: Track how your percentile shifts with 1.5 million to 2 million test takers.

### Estimate Your SAT Rank Nationally

Enter your SAT score and the USA average to know where you stand nationally based on your percentile.

Example: Discover if your score of 1300 is above or below the national average percentile.

### Plan Your College Application Strategy

Use your SAT score percentile to strategize your college application process by aiming for targeted percentiles.

Example: Decide which colleges to apply to based on the percentile range you fall into with a score of 1450.

### Track Your SAT Score Progress

Monitor how your SAT score percentile evolves over time to assess your improvement and adapt your study plan accordingly.

Example: Analyze how your percentile changes from 1200 to 1400 as you prepare for the SAT.

### Understand Your SAT Score’s Value

Gain insights into the relative value of your SAT score by comparing it with the percentile distribution among test takers.

Example: Understand the significance of scoring 1600 with only 1 million test takers.

### Share Your SAT Success

Share your SAT score percentile with friends and family to celebrate your achievement and inspire others.

Example: Spread the news of your 95th percentile score with 2.5 million test takers on social media.

### Set Realistic SAT Score Expectations

Adjust your expectations by viewing the range of percentiles associated with different SAT scores and total test takers.

Example: Realize reaching the 90th percentile might require scoring over 1500 with 2 million test takers.