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1 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Total Group Profile Report Included in this Report Data SAT Subject Tests Data Demographic and Academic Information College Plans 002_0_NP_ The College Board. All rights reserved. College Board, SAT, and the acorn logo are registered trademarks of the College Board. connect to college success,, and SAT Subject Tests are trademarks owned by the College Board. PSAT/NMSQT is a registered trademark of the College Board and National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Visit the College Board on the Web:

2 The SAT Program The (formerly known as the SAT I: Reasoning Test) assesses student reasoning based on knowledge and skills developed by the students in their course work. The SAT Subject Tests (formerly known as SAT II: Subject Tests) are a series of onehour, mostly multiplechoice tests that measure how much students know about a particular academic subject and how well they can apply that knowledge. Most students also complete the optional SAT Questionnaire (formerly known as the Student Descriptive Questionnaire) when they register to take SAT Program tests, providing valuable contextual information to aid in interpreting and understanding individual and group scores. CollegeBound Seniors 2006 includes students who tested through April Using This Report CollegeBound Seniors presents data for high school graduates in the year 2006 who participated in the SAT Program. Students are counted only once, no matter how often they tested, and only their latest scores and most recent SAT Questionnaire responses are summarized. Because the accuracy of selfreported information has been documented and the collegebound population is relatively stable from year to year, SAT Questionnaire responses from these students can be considered highly accurate. Therefore, you can use this report to: interpret scores of individual students within the broader context of data aggregated across groups of collegebound seniors; study changes over time in the characteristics of students taking SAT tests; and look at yeartoyear educational and demographic changes in this population, along with changes in test performance. Keep in mind, however, that: relationships between test scores and other factors such as educational background, gender, racial/ethnic background, parental education, and household income are complex and interdependent. These factors do not directly affect test performance; rather, they are associated with educational experiences both on tests such as the SAT Reasoning Test and in schoolwork. not all students in a high school, school district, or state take the. Since the population of testtakers is selfselected, using aggregate SAT Reasoning Test scores to compare or evaluate teachers, schools, districts, states, or other educational units is not valid, and the College Board strongly discourages such uses. Statistical Definitions The following terms are used throughout this report. For more statistical information, visit the College Board Web site at Mean The mean is the arithmetic average. Percentile The percentile, also called the percentile point, is the point on the measurement scale below which a specified percentage of scores falls. The 25th, 50th, and 75th percentile points are often reported for large data sets. The 50th percentile point, like the mean, gives an idea of the performance of the typical student. Comparing the 25th to the 75th percentile point gives an idea of the range of ability in the population. Scaled score A scaled score is a score that has been converted from the raw score (number of questions answered correctly minus a fraction of the incorrect answers) for reporting. The SAT Program uses the scale. Standard deviation (SD) The standard deviation (SD) is a measure of the variability of a set of scores. If test scores cluster tightly around the mean score, as they do when the group tested is relatively homogeneous, the standard deviation is smaller than it would be with a more diverse group and a greater scatter of scores around the mean. The College Board: Connecting Students to College Success The College Board is a notforprofit membership association whose mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. Founded in 1900, the association is composed of more than 5,000 schools, colleges, universities, and other educational organizations. Each year, the College Board serves seven million students and their parents, 23,000 high schools, and 3,500 colleges through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. Among its bestknown programs are the SAT, the PSAT/NMSQT, and the Advanced Placement Program (AP ). The College Board is committed to the principles of excellence and equity, and that commitment is embodied in all of its programs, services, activities, and concerns. interpreting scores for subgroups requires unique considerations. The most significant factor to consider in interpreting scores for any group, or subgroup, of testtakers is the proportion of students taking the test. For example, if state data are being considered, it is appropriate to recognize that in some states there are lower participation rates. Typically, testtakers in these states have strong academic backgrounds and apply to the nation's most selective colleges and scholarship programs. For these states, it is expected that the mean scores reported for students will be higher than the national average.

3 Total Group Mean Scores CollegeBound Seniors, Year Critical Reading Male Female Total Male Female Total Mathematics Writing Male Female Total 497 NOTE: For a formula was applied to the original mean and standard deviation to convert the mean to the recentered scale. For individual student scores were converted to the recentered scale and then the mean was recomputed. From , nearly all students received scores on the recentered scale. Any score on the original scale was converted to the recentered scale prior to computing the mean. From , all scores are reported on the recentered scale.

4 Table of Contents Data Table 1: Overall Mean Scores Table 2: Mean Scores by Gender Table 3: Year in Which Seniors Last Took the Table 4: Percentiles for Total Group Table 5: Score Distributions Table 6: Type of High School Table 7: TestTaking Conditions Page 1 Demographic Information : Mean Scores by Gender Within Ethnicity Table 8: Total Mean Scores by Ethnicity Table 9: Male Mean Scores by Ethnicity Table 10: Female Mean Scores by Ethnicity : Student Background Information and Characteristics Table 11: Student Background Information and Characteristics Page 3 Page 4 Academic Information Academic Record Table 12: High School Rank Table 13: High School Grade Point Average Table 14: Average Years of Study in Six Academic Subjects Table 15: Total Years of Study in Combined Six Academic Subjects CourseTaking Patterns Table 16: English, Mathematics Table 17: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and History Table 18: Foreign and Classical Languages Table 19: Arts and Music, Computers Page 5 Page 6 SAT Subject Tests SAT Subject Tests Data Table 20: Number of TestTakers and Tests for SAT Subject Tests Table 21: Mean Scores for SAT Subject Tests and for Students Who Also Took the SAT Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 22: English, History and Social Studies Table 23: Mathematics, Science Table 24: Foreign and Classical Languages Table 25: Foreign and Classical Languages (continued) Page 10 Page 11 College Plans Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal, Plans for Advanced Standing Table 26: Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal, Plans for Advanced Standing Page 13

5 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Data Data in this report are for high school graduates in the year Information is summarized for seniors who took the at any time during their high school years through April If a student took the test more than once, the most recent score is used. Table 1: Overall Mean Scores TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing* Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Total 1,465, Table 2: Mean Scores by Gender Male Female TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 680, , Table 3: Year in Which Seniors Last Took the Scores are from the last administration in which seniors took the. Senior Junior Sophomore Freshman Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 957, , , , ,465, *Writing data are based on students who took the current version of the, first administered in March Of the 1,465,744 students in this report, 1,376,745 students have scores on the SAT writing section. NOTE: Mean scores are reported when there are 5 or more testtakers. Standard deviations are reported when there are 25 or more testtakers. 1

6 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Data Table 4: Percentiles for Total Group A percentile represents the point below which a percentage of scores fall. Comparing the 25th percentile point to the 75th percentile point gives an idea of the range of performance in a group. Total Group Percentile Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 75th th th Table 5: Score Distributions Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Score Range Male Female Total Male Female Total Male Female Total ,419 13,525 25,944 22,687 10,113 32,800 7,231 10,279 17, ,757 22,292 43,049 39,381 23,578 62,959 16,347 21,501 37, ,715 46,754 90,469 65,499 48, ,658 33,141 43,581 76, ,601 80, ,916 90,091 79, ,215 55,906 71, , , , , , , ,023 81, , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,179 95, , , , , , , , ,665 75, , ,841 99, , , ,715 74, ,891 44,229 74, ,297 70,998 71, , ,259 35,917 67,176 20,026 33,941 53,967 34,699 31,829 66, ,781 13,129 25,910 9,103 14,983 24,086 13,114 10,949 24, ,206 7,956 16,162 5,372 7,831 13,203 6,271 5,034 11,305 Table 6: Type of High School Public Religiously Affiliated Independent Other or Unknown TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 1,118, , , ,558 Table 7: TestTaking Conditions TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Standard Conditions 1,440, Nonstandard Conditions 24, NOTE: Percentiles are reported when there are 20 or more testtakers. 2

7 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Demographic Information : Mean Scores by Gender Within Ethnicity Table 8: Total Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 9, , , , , , , , , ,465, Table 9: Male Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 4, , , , , , , , , , Table 10: Female Mean Scores by Ethnicity TestTakers Who Described Themselves As: American Indian or Alaska Native Asian, Asian American, or Pacific Islander Black or African American Mexican or Mexican American Puerto Rican Other Hispanic, Latino, or Latin American White Other Total TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD 4, , , , , , , , , , *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 3

8 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Demographic Information : Student Background Information and Characteristics Table 11: Student Background Information and Characteristics Student demographic information provides a broader context to aid in interpreting and understanding individual and group scores. TestTakers Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Number Pct Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD All TestTakers 1,465, First Language Learned English 1,062, English and Another 191, Another Language 122, Citizenship U.S. Citizen / U.S. National 88,594 1,218, U.S. Permanent Resident or Refugee 44, Citizen of Another Country 58, Other, Unknown, or Disabling Condition Yes 144,995 79, Unknown or Plans to Apply for Financial Aid Yes 1,386, , No 99, Don't Know 260, Family Income Less than $10,000 40, $10,000 $20,000 66, $20,000 $30,000 76, $30,000 $40,000 90, $40,000 $50,000 77, $50,000 $60,000 83, $60,000 $70,000 77, $70,000 $80,000 81, $80,000 $100, , More than $100, , Highest Level of Parental Education No High School Diploma 518,970 55, High School Diploma 404, Associate Degree 110, Bachelor's Degree 388, Graduate Degree 350, Took the PSAT/NMSQT Yes, As a Junior 393, Yes, As a Sophomore or Younger 235, Yes, As a Junior and As a Sophomore or Younger 333, No 255, *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 4

9 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information Academic Record Table 12: High School Rank Top Tenth Second Tenth Second Fifth Final Three Fifths TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 234, , , , ,812 Table 13: High School Grade Point Average TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing A+ (97 100) 90, A (93 96) 244, A (90 92) 246, B (80 89) 609, C (70 79) 142, D, E, or F (below 70) 4, ,750 Mean Grade Point Average All Students: 3.33 Male: 3.24 Female: 3.40 Table 14: Average Years of Study in Six Academic Subjects Average Years of Study Grade Point Average: Each Subject Male Female Total Male Female Total Arts and Music English Foreign and Classical Languages Mathematics Natural Sciences Social Sciences and History Total for All Subjects Table 15: Total Years of Study in Combined Six Academic Subjects Total years of study is calculated by combining the number of years that students studied each of the following subjects during high school: Arts and Music, English, Foreign and Classical Languages, Mathematics, Natural Sciences, and Social Sciences and History. 'Incomplete Response' denotes the number of testtakers who did not respond to all six subjects. 20 or More Years 19 or 19.5 Years 18 or 18.5 Years 17 or 17.5 Years 16 or 16.5 Years 15 or 15.5 Years Less than 15 Years Incomplete Response TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 613, , , , , , , ,073 *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 5

10 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 16: English, Mathematics English Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience American Literature Grammar Composition Literature, Historical Periods British Literature Speaking and Listening Literature, Other Country English As Second Language AP /Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 75, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Mathematics Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience Algebra Geometry Trigonometry Precalculus Calculus Other Math Courses Computer Math AP/Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 139, , , , , , ,476 1,159, ,145, , , , , , , *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 6

11 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 17: Natural Sciences, Social Sciences and History Natural Sciences Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience Biology Chemistry Physics Geology, Earth, or Space Science Other Sciences AP/Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 88, , , , , , ,079 1,174, ,061, , , , , Social Sciences and History Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience U.S. History World History or Cultures U.S. Government or Civics Economics Geography Psychology European History Sociology Ancient History Anthropology Other Courses AP/Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 76, , , , , , ,218 1,146, , , , , , , , , , , , *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 7

12 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 18: Foreign and Classical Languages Foreign and Classical Languages Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience Chinese French German Greek Hebrew Italian Japanese Korean Latin Russian Spanish Other Languages AP/Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 63, , , , , , ,669 22, , , , , , , , , , , , , *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 8

13 2006 CollegeBound Seniors Academic Information CourseTaking Patterns Table 19: Arts and Music, Computers Arts and Music Years of Study More Than 4 Years 4 Years 3 Years 2 Years 1 Year 1/2 Year or Less Course Work or Experience Acting or Play Production Art History or Appreciation Dance Drama: Study or Appreciation Music: Study or Appreciation Music Performance Photography or Film Studio Art and Design None AP/Honors Courses TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 60, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Computers Course Work or Experience Computer Literacy Computer Programming Word Processing Internet Activity Using Computer Graphics Creating Spreadsheets/Databases None TestTakers Mean Scores Number Pct Male Female Critical Reading Mathematics Writing 735, , , , , , , *'No Response' indicates that students did not answer that question, did not complete the SAT Questionnaire, or stated that they did not wish to answer that question on their SAT Questionnaire. 9

14 2006 CollegeBound Seniors SAT Subject Tests Data Table 20: Number of TestTakers and Tests for SAT Subject Tests Students Who Took SAT Subject Tests Number of TestTakers Number of Tests Students Who Took an SAT Subject Test and Also Took the Number of TestTakers Critical Reading Mean Mathematics Mean 279, , , Students Who Took One or More Different SAT Subject Tests Number of Tests Taken Number of TestTakers Percent of Total TestTakers Who Took One or More Tests 1 23, , , or More 36, Writing Mean Table 21: Mean Scores for SAT Subject Tests and for Students Who Also Took the Most, but not all, students who take the SAT Subject Tests also take the. This table provides a sidebyside presentation of the two scores for those students who took both tests. SAT Subject Test Critical Reading Mathematics Writing English N Mean SD N Mean SD Mean SD Mean SD Writing* 20, , Literature 114, , History and Social Studies U.S. History 118, , World History 13, , Mathematics Mathematics Level 1 109, , Mathematics Level 2 132, , Science BiologyE 32, , BiologyM 38, , Chemistry 54, , Physics 32, , Foreign and Classical Languages Chinese/Listening 6, , French 11, , French/Listening 3, , German German/Listening 1, , Modern Hebrew Italian Japanese/Listening 1, , Korean/Listening 3, , Latin 3, , Spanish 32, , Spanish/Listening 8, , *After the January 2005 administration, the SAT Subject Test in Writing was no longer administered because the now includes the writing section; 2006 is the last year for which scores for the SAT Subject Test in Writing are reported. NOTE: The ELPT (English Language Proficiency Test) was last administered in January Please consult the 2005 CollegeBound Seniors Reports for data on ELPT. 10

15 2006 CollegeBound Seniors SAT Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 22: English, History and Social Studies SAT Subject Tests English History and Social Studies Writing Literature U.S. History World History N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total 20, , ,879 13,467 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile Table 23: Mathematics, Science SAT Subject Tests Mathematics Science Mathematics Level 1 Mathematics Level 2 BiologyE BiologyM Chemistry Physics N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Total , , , , ,652 32,895 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile

16 2006 CollegeBound Seniors SAT Subject Tests Score Distributions Table 24: Foreign and Classical Languages SAT Subject Tests Foreign and Classical Languages Chinese/Listening French French/Listening German German/Listening Modern Hebrew N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , Total 6,166 11,761 3, , Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile Table 25: Foreign and Classical Languages (continued) SAT Subject Tests Foreign and Classical Languages Italian Japanese/Listening Korean/Listening Latin Spanish Spanish/Listening N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct N Pct , , , , , , , , , , , , Total 640 1,683 3,888 3,104 32,919 8,252 Mean SD th percentile th percentile th percentile

17 2006 CollegeBound Seniors College Plans Table 26: Intended College Major, DegreeLevel Goal, Plans for Advanced Standing TestTakers Mean Scores Intended College Major Number Pct Critical Reading Mathematics Writing Agriculture or Natural Resources 9, Architecture or Environmental Design 32, Arts: Visual and Performing 84, Biological Sciences 61, Business and Commerce 144, Communications 40, Computer or Information Sciences 37, Education 80, Engineering and Engineering Technologies 82, Foreign or Classical Languages 7, General or Interdisciplinary Studies 4, Health and Allied Services 178, Home Economics 3, Language and Literature 19, Library and Archival Sciences Mathematics 9, Military Sciences 5, Philosophy, Religion, or Theology 6, Physical Sciences 15, Public Affairs and Services 29, Social Sciences and History 91, Technical and Vocational 10, Undecided 26, DegreeLevel Goal Certificate Program 13, Associate Degree 15, Bachelor's Degree 326, Master's Degree 384, Doctoral or Related Degree 257, Other 6, Undecided 291, Plans for Advanced Standing in College Courses Art 53, Biology 138, Chemistry 106, Computer Science 36, English 320, Foreign Languages 169, Humanities 32, Mathematics 277, Music 40, Physics 90, Social Studies 279, None of These 460,

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