What's the difference between- Single SAT 1600, Combined SAT 1600, Single SAT 2400 + Combined SAT 2400 score?



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Single SAT 1600 is the minimum band of scoring of the sat which SAT student required and will be eligible for scholarship,whereas combined SAT 1600 is both scores of the english portion and math portion.And Single SAT 2400 refers the total band score.
Single SAT 1600 only counts critical reading and math scores on your first SAT test. Combined SAT 1600 counts critical reading and math on the best of all the SAT tests you have taken, if more than one. The 2400 scores add in the writing section to the mix.

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