SAT Scaled Score Conversion Theory
To make the conversion of the SAT scaled score you need to know your raw score first. There are three scores that you get on the SAT exam: the reading part, the writing part and the math part.
To calculate the reading part, you need to know the number of correct answers you got on the reading. To calculate the SAT scaled score on the writing part you need to get the amount of correct answers on the writing. And finally, to get the math part you need to know how many questions you got right on this part.
 The Reading part has 52 items therefor your score will range between 0 and 52.
 The Writing part has 44 items so your score will be between 0 and 44.
 The Math part has 58 items and your score will be between 0 and 58.
To calculate the reading part, you need to know the number of correct answers you got on the reading. To calculate the SAT scaled score on the writing part you need to get the amount of correct answers on the writing. And finally, to get the math part you need to know how many questions you got right on this part.
 The Reading part has 52 items therefor your score will range between 0 and 52.
 The Writing part has 44 items so your score will be between 0 and 44.
 The Math part has 58 items and your score will be between 0 and 58.
SAT scaled score conversion


To get the conversion of your SAT scaled score you need to introduce below the score that you expect to get on the SAT test. You will get an approximation of your score. Your actual score may vary since it will depend on many other factors that vary from year to year.