##### Asked by: Sabrin Sanfilippo

asked in category: General Last Updated: 6th February, 2020# What is the highest score in SATs Year 6?

**score**of 100 means the child is working 'at the expected standard' for a

**Year 6**child. 80 is the lowest possible

**score**and 120 is the

**highest**. A scaled

**score**of 99 or less means they haven't reached the government's 'expected standard'.

People also ask, what is the pass mark for Year 6 SATs?

For their KS2 **SATs** in 2020, students will be able to reach a top scaled **score** of 120, and the lowest scaled **score** they could possibly get is 80. A scaled **score** of 100 or more means that they have met the expected standard, and a **score** of 99 or below means that they have not met the expected standard.

Also Know, what is a good SATs score? The **SAT score** range is 400-1600 for your total **score**, and 200-800 for each of your two section **scores**.

What's a **Good SAT Score**, Compared to the Entire Country?

SAT Score (Out of 800) | Math Percentile | EBRW Percentile |
---|---|---|

800 | 99+ | 99+ |

750 | 96 | 99 |

700 | 92 | 94 |

650 | 85 | 86 |

Similarly, it is asked, what is the highest SATs Level in Year 6?

**The range of scaled scores available for each KS2 test is the same, this year and in future years:**

- 80 is the lowest possible scaled score.
- 120 is the highest possible scaled score.

What score is greater depth in SATs 2019?

A scaled **score** of over 110 indicates that your child is working at '**greater depth**' within the expected standard. This means their attainment sits within the top 10% of Year 6 children nationally.