The SAT, short for "Scholastic Assessment Test," is an entrance exam for students applying to undergraduate programmes at US and Canadian colleges and universities. It is a written paper-pencil test that assesses applicants' language and mathematical reasoning ability. In addition, when you apply for admission to universities, your SAT results are taken into account.
The SAT time duration has also been reduced in the new SAT from 3 hours 45 minutes to 3 hours for applicants who do not take the essay part and 3 hours 50 minutes for those who do take the essay section. Aside from that, the new SAT valuation method has been modified, and the papers are now categorised.
|Full Form||Scholastic Aptitude Test|
|Conducted by||College Board|
|Total Test length||3 hours|
|Average SAT Score||1060|
|Used for||Undergraduate admissions to US & Canada|
The SAT Exam is intended for students who plan to study abroad after graduating from high school. There are no special requirements for students who take the exam. There is no maximum age for taking the SAT exam. The test is required for anyone applying for graduation in the United States, Canada, Australia, Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands, or the United Kingdom. The SAT should only be taken by people who plan to enrol in college courses.
|Section||Sub-Section||Total Testing Time & Breakdown||Number of Questions & Types||Content/Skills Covered|
|Evidence-Based Reading & Writing||Reading||65 Minutes||52|
Contextual reading and vocabulary
Grammar and usage
|Mathematics||80 minutes; 1:55-minute calculator-optional section and 1:25-minute no-calculator section||58|
Soul of algebra, analysis of data and problem-solving, a ticket to mathematics, and other subjects (geometry, trigonometry, and pre-calculus)
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