This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations.  
This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations.  
This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations.  
This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations. 

This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations.  
This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations. 
This is an example of the score report that each of our SAT Prep and Mock test takers receives. 

It breaks the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections into two areas. The first is an inventoried skills that is given a measure of strength. The second is the response report from each area of the test. 

Please visit academic-coaches.com for more information about our SAT and ACT prep classes as well as our Mock testing and standardized testing presentations.

Below is an example of the Score Report that each of our SAT prep and mock test students receives.


The cover page gives a quick overview of your child's performance on the multiple choice and grid-in questions of the Mathematics, Evidence Based Reading, and Writing and Language sections. It also shows how well they wrote the optional Essay. 


The Student Statistics Report displays their strengths and weaknesses,and the number of questions they answered correct, incorrect, or omitted across 34 skill areas.  


The Response Report shows their answers in each of the sections of the test as well as the correct answer. 


We can learn 3 things from your student's score report. 


First, we get a baseline score to compare with future practice sections and test attempts. 


Second, we can pinpoint exactly which skill area you child needs to improve in order to get the highest return for their efforts.


And finally, we can tell is they are taking the test correctly.  Are they speeding or going too slowly? Are they allocating the proper amount of time based ont he difficulty level of the question? Are they overthinking the questions?


This is a valuable tool that enables Academic Coaches to help your child perform their best on test day!