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SAT score #1 (permalink) Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:21 am   SAT score
 

If we do not know how to do some difficult questions in the SAT test, can we ignore them ? Because I think the examiners just deduct the score if we have wrong answers.
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SAT score #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 21, 2011 17:20 pm   SAT score
 

You can guess or skip the question- statistically it doesn't matter because the points deducted for wrong answers equal out the points you should gain from random guessing. As a general rule, if you can eliminate even one answer choice it is worthwhile to guess.
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Guessing on SAT Questions #3 (permalink) Thu Sep 22, 2011 5:03 am   Guessing on SAT Questions
 

We typically tell our students to guess if they can cross out at least one answer choice.

If you feel completely clueless and can't eliminate a single answer choice, then just skip it.

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SAT score #4 (permalink) Fri Dec 16, 2011 21:33 pm   SAT score
 

You receive no point for leaving a question blank. But there is a guessing penalty of minus 1/4 point for every question you get wrong.
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SAT score #5 (permalink) Thu Dec 22, 2011 16:40 pm   SAT score
 

^ is correct.
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SAT score #6 (permalink) Sat Jan 07, 2012 14:12 pm   SAT score
 

ignore if you dont have any idea
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SAT score #7 (permalink) Fri May 11, 2012 13:25 pm   SAT score
 

I would always guess, even if I had no clue. Just go with your first instinct. If guessing and not guessing is statistically the same, then why not just guess? After all, you may end up being luckier than usual.
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SAT score #8 (permalink) Thu Jul 05, 2012 22:49 pm   SAT score
 

I would always guess, because if you can eliminate some answer choices, you are pretty much bringing your score up 10 points atleast.
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