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If you took the December SAT, how about filling out this quick survey? These surveys are an informal way to assess how hard the tests were compared to the released practice tests. Once you’ve answered the questions, you’ll be able to see how hard everyone else thought the test was.

If you’re looking to stoke/assuage your fears about how the scoring table will turn out, you might find this useful. It’s a great way to see, at a glance, whether your impression of how hard the section were compared to your peers’ impressions.

 
This form is no longer accepting responses, but you can view the results here.

If you took the November SAT, why not fill out this quick survey as an informal way to assess how hard it was compared to the released practice tests? Once you’ve answered the questions, you’ll be able to see how hard everyone else thought the test was. Those of you looking for something to stoke/assuage your fears about how the scoring table will turn out might find this useful; it’s a great way to see, at a glance, whether your impression of how hard reading, math, and writing were compared to the released practice tests matches everyone else’s.

This survey is no longer accepting responses. You can see the results here.

If you took the October SAT, why not fill out this quick survey as an informal way to assess how hard it was compared to the released practice tests? Once you’ve answered the questions, you’ll be able to see how hard everyone else thought the test was.

This survey is over, but if you’re curious, the results are below.


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With so few tests of the new format having been administered, it’s still a bit of an open issue whether the released practice materials do a good job simulating the test’s difficulty and content or not. Therefore, if you took the June SAT today, I’d love it if you’d fill out this quick survey. (Curious how the last few of these surveys came out? See March here and May here.)

This survey is now closed, but you can view its results below.

 

If you took the May SAT today, why not fill out this quick survey as an informal way to assess how hard it was compared to the released practice tests?

Results:

I never did a post for this survey at the time—just promoted it on social media. However, for posterity, here’s what we learned about the March SAT—the first of the new format—when it happened.

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If you took the January 2016 SAT, and want to help inform the argument about how lenient or punishing the scoring table might be with some data, answer this simple poll.

Relative to other tests you’ve taken (real and/or practice), how hard did you find the January 2016 SAT?

This survey is over, but you can view its results by clicking here.

View results to past such polls here: December, November, October.

 

This is becoming tradition at this point (see results from October and November). As long as you guys keep responding and finding this useful, I’ll keep it up. If you took the December 2015 SAT, and want to help inform the argument about how lenient or punishing the scoring table might be with some data, answer this simple poll.

Relative to other tests you’ve taken (real and/or practice), how hard did you find the December 2015 SAT?

This poll is over, but you can view the results here.

This survey resulted in some useful (or at least interesting) data when I did it for the October SAT, so I figured I’d do it again. Relative to other tests you’ve taken (real and/or practice), how hard did you find the November 2015 SAT?

This survey is over, but you can still view the results.

Relative to other tests you’ve taken (real and/or practice), how hard did you find the SAT today?

This survey is over, but you can still view the results.