Starts from 05 April 2024
SAT stands for Scholastic Assessment Test and is required to be taken by students applying to undergraduate schools in the USA.
This test has been designed and developed to test mathematical, writing and reading skills of aspirants and their potential to match the academic requirements of assessing universities.
SAT is conducted by the College Board and is used by over 4000 educations institutions primarily in the USA and some other leading destinations..
|Reading and Writing (64 minutes)
|1st Module - 25 Operational questions and 2 pretest questions Time Allotted – 32 minutes | 2nd Module - 25 Operational questions and 2 pretest questions Time Allotted - 32 minutes Total Marks – 800
|Mathematics (70 minutes)
|1st Module - 20 Operational questions and 2 pretest questions Time Allotted - 35 minutes 2nd Module - 20 Operational questions and 2 pretest questions Time Allotted - 35 minutes Total Marks – 800
|SAT scores are out of 1600
|2 hours 14 mins (Digital)
|Nature of Exam
|SAT Test Fee
|Frequency of Tests
|SAT General Test - August, October, November, December, March, May & June.
|Free Score Reporting
|There is a provision of reporting your SAT test scores to a maximum of four universities of your choice until 9 days after the test, the cost of which is built into the SAT test fee you pay
|Additional Test Score Reporting Fees
Latest and sufficient study material with additional classwork assignment sheets
Experienced Faculty Learn Conceptually through Classroom PPTs
Test series on each topic of English and Math
Full-length mock tests
Added advantage for slightly weak students - They get to re-attend the next SAT batch for selected topics, free of charge
Applications and visa assistance for admissions for Undergraduate Schools in the US
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