the Scholastic Assessment Test
SAT also known as Scholastic Assessment Test is an entrance exam administered by the College Board, for all applicants who are willing to take admission in the colleges and universities, particularly those based in the US and Canada. The tests measure the same level of skills and knowledge across different grade levels, hence making it easier for the universities and colleges to monitor the progress of the students.
|Writing||60 Mins.||Multiple Choice Questions on Grammar and Usage, and a Short Essay|
|Critical Reading||70 Mins.||Reading Comprehension, Sentence Completion, Paragraph length, Critical Reading
|Mathematical||70 Mins.||Multiple Choice Questions and Student Produced Responses on Arithmetic Operation, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Probability
|Administered by||Owned, published and developed by College Board, Administered by ETS|
|Reporting||The score is sent free to universities|
|Number Of Test||The test can be taken as often as one wants|
|Required For||Amission into Bachelors Degree Program in US or Canadian Universities
|Mode||The SAT test is a paper test
|Scores||Total score is out of 2400, ideal is >1800.
|All the Scores and the dates are sent to the universities if the test is taken more than once
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how to score on sat
The SAT is scored out of 1600. Sub scores and cross-section scores help you evaluate your performance.
- Your total score is your overall score and is a combination of your section scores. The highest composite score for the SAT is 800+800, or 1600. The average score is 1000.
- Your section scores are the individual scores for the two main sections of the SAT:
Each of these sections is scored out of 800, and they are added together to get your overall score.
- The essay is optional and will not be factored into your overall SAT score. The essay scores will be shown separately on the report.
- Your essay, if you choose to attempt it will be scored in three measures: Reading, Analysis and Writing.