SAT

ABOUT SAT

The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It was first introduced in 1926, and its name and scoring have changed several times, being originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, then the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT Reasoning Test, and now simply the SAT. SAT is owned and conducted by the College Board. It is developed and administered on behalf of the College Board by the Educational Testing Service.

The test is intended to assess a student’s readiness for college. The test comprises 3 sections: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing, scored on a scale from 400 to 1600. The Essay is optional and scored separately on a scale of 6-24. Students will have 3 hours to take the exam plus 50 additional minutes to complete the essay.

The SAT is a paper-based test is offered seven times a year. In general, the College Board administers the test on Saturdays and students are allowed to take the test as many times as they want.

REGISTRATION FEES

TEST FEE
SAT $46
FEE WEAVER AVAILABLE
SAT WITH ESSAY $60
FEE WAVER AVAILABLE

EXAM FORMAT

There are six sections with 10 min break following the third section.

SAT TEST SECTIONS QUESTIONS & TYPES CONTENTS TIMING
EVIDENCE-BASED READING & WRITING Reading
52 standard multiple-choiceWriting
44 standard multiple-choice
  • Relevant words in context (Reading, Writing)
  • Command of evidence (Reading, Writing)
  • Expression of ideas (Writing)
  • Standard English conventions (Writing)
100 minutes

Reading
One 65-minute section

Writing
One 35-minute section

MATHEMATICS 45 standard multiple-choice
13 student-produced response
  • The heart of algebra
  • Passport to advanced math
  • Problem solving & data analysis
80 minutes One 25-minute section (no calculator)

One 55-minute section (calculator allowed)

ESSAY 1 evidence-based Analyzing a source 50 minutes
(OPTIONAL) essay One 50-minute essay

COACHING

  • Extensive training program for SAT
  • Personalised prep based on adaptive learning
  • Flexibility of classes. Pick your own class timing.
  • Special Test taking Strategy and Mock Tests.
  • Expert and experienced team of faculty.
  • Small Batch Size for better Individual Attention
  • Updated Books and Coursework and library facility

HOW TO REGISTER

First you have to create an account www.collegeboard.org so that you can check the available dates of exam. When registering for SAT online; registration fees must be paid via credit card. Regular registration deadlines are typically about three to four weeks before a test date. Late registration deadlines are typically about two to three weeks before a test date. The basic SAT registration fee is $46, while the SAT with Essay is $60. The late registration fee is an additional $29. Visit the College Board website for further details.

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