SCHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT TEST (SAT)


SAT is an acronym for Scholastic Assessment Test, a standardized aptitude test. The SAT is an essential step in considering your eligibility for foreign studies. This test is specifically for undergraduate college admissions, typically in the U.S. The student’s college readiness is measured by one’s SAT score, making it essential to perform well. The SAT is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the United States and is developed, published, and scored by the College Board. The test is conducted six times a year.


SAT SYLLABUS

SAT EXAM STRUCTURE - There are a total of 2 Sections and 3 tests

TOTAL TIME 3 Hours.


SECTION 1: READING AND WRITING, SCORE: 200 – 800 TOTAL TIME: 100 MINUTES
Two Tests
1. Evidence - Based Reading
QUESTIONS Total 52 Questions with Multiple choice, informational graphics (charts), Passages with complex structure, and vocabulary
TIME 65 minutes
2. Writing and languages
QUESTIONS Total 44 Questions Passages-based grammar - including punctuations
TIME 80 minutes
SECTION 2: MATH, SCORE: 200 - 800, TOTAL TIME: 80 MINUTES
QUESTIONS Total 58 Questions; Application based, multi-step questions, Trigonometry, grid-in questions, Core math competencies (Translating math into English), building equations
TIME 80 minutes

TWO COMMON WAYS OF REGISTERING FOR SAT:

1. By mail: Obtain the “SAT Information Bulletin” available free with USEFI offices, from the college board website, or the IMFS offices.

2. Online Registration (Credit Card required): www.ets.org. Fill out the online form and mention your credit card number. This is the easiest way to register for the SAT.

Test Scores: Test scores are valid for five years. Scores are available online and by phone in three weeks. Official score reports are provided about five weeks after the test is administered. Students who have an active College Board online account will automatically get their SAT scores through My SAT Online Score Report unless they request a paper score report. The student has the option before the test to list the names of four universities on the SAT form to whom their scores will be sent free of cost.

The course content is exhaustive and is a cornucopia of preparatory material for all sections of the SAT. The material also comprises simulated test papers for different sections and ten full-length Simulated SAT Tests.

Course Duration: 16 weeks

For the SAT, one can visit the SAT Calendar on the College Board website to check available dates. (WE SHOULD TRY AND EMBED THIS ONTO OUR WEBSITE AND HYPERLINK THERE)

FAQs

1250+ is considered a good score out of 1600.

It generally takes around three weeks for College Board to grade your exam and post the scores online. This process may take anywhere between 17-22 days.

As often as you please, as there are no restrictions on this.

The two most common methods of registering for the SAT are:

1. By mail: Obtain the “SAT Information Bulletin” available free with USEFI offices, from the college board website, or the IMFS offices.

2. Online Registration (Credit Card required): www.ets.org. Fill out the online form and mention your credit card number. This is the easiest way to register for the SAT.

The required course material will be provided by IMFS after a student enrolls for coaching.








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