SAT

SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test)

Standardized test that is accepted and reviewed nationwide for U.S. the college admissions process


Why SAT

  • The SAT is designed to test Critical thinking and Problem solving skills.
  • The SAT is more focused on quick thinking and reasoning. The hardest math questions on the SAT are not about advanced content or remembering illustrative formulas; it tests your ability to reason.

 

SAT Reasoning Test

Total testing time: 3 hours & 35 minutes, including an unscored 25 minutes section

Critical Reading

  • 70 minutes (two 25 minutes sections, one 20 minutes section )
  • Critical Reading & Sentence level reading
  • Reading Comprehension, Sentence completion & Paragraph length critical reading

Mathmatics

  • 70 minutes (two 25 minutes sections, one 20 minutes section)
  • Number & Operations, Algebra I, II & Functions, Geometry Statistics, Probability, & Data Analysis
  • 5-Choice Multiple-choice, Student-produced responses

Writing Essay

  • 50 minutes
  • Multiple-choice grammar, usage, & word choice.
  • Multiple-choice questions, and student-written essay.
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SAT Subject Test

20 SAT Subject Tests into five categories.

  • The Subject Tests may be taken separately from the Reasoning Test to further show colleges and universities the student's strength in that subject.
  • Most selective colleges and universities strongly recommend applicants take a certain number of Subject Tests. Taking the test would therefor improves an applying student's credentials.
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