SAT is a prerequisite Reasoning Test conducted for the admissions of undergraduate programs in the United States. It is a 3 hour test that determines the proficiency of the students in verbal and mathematical skills. The test is administered several times a year. Many universities also require SAT-II test scores along with the SAT-I score for admission.
The Reading test presents five reading passages followed by multiple-choice questions about each passage. You have 65 minutes to complete this test, which includes 52 questions total.
The Writing and Language test is a multiple-choice test in which you read passages and find and fix mistakes and weaknesses. This part of the SAT is 35 minutes long, includes 4 passages, and contains 44 multiple-choice questions.
The Math test focuses on the areas of math that play the biggest role in college and career success
Structure The SAT® takes three hours and consists of three tests: (1) the Reading Test, (2) the Writing and Language Test, and (3) the Math Test.
|Component||Time (minutes)||Number of Questions/ Tasks|
|Writing and Language||35||44|
Most of the questions are multiple choice, though some of the math questions ask you to write in the answer rather than select it. On all questions, there’s no penalty for guessing: if you're not sure of the answer, it's better to guess than leave the response blank.
Your total score is a number between 400 and 1600. The total score is the sum of the two section scores: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math. Each of these two section scores has a possible range of 200–800. The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score is composed of the Reading Test and the Writing and Language Test, and each of those tests contributes equally to the section score. The Math section score is made up of the Math Test only.
Good SAT score even helps in seeking scholarships and financial aids for the entire study program.
Test FeeUS$ 94 (Registration fee + Regional fee)
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