Scholastic Aptitude Test or SAT® as commonly known as, and SAT® Subject tests are designed to assess the academic preparedness of higher secondary school students for college studies in the United States of America. The test evaluates Reading, Writing and Maths- that are taught everyday in high school.
SAT® Subject Tests are hour-long test that provides an opportunity to showcase your attentiveness to study a specific subject. There are 20 Subjects available in five subject areas: English, history, language, mathematics and science.
SAT Reasoning Test
the total duration of the test is 3 hours and candidates will be given another 50 minutes for the Essay, which is optional.
The SAT Reasoning Test Pattern
- short essay and multiple-choice questions on identifying errors and improving grammar and usage.
- Time:35 minutes
- Questions : 44
- It is divided into three sub-sections.
- The sections are based on either short passage reading or long passage reading.
- It is multiple choice questions.
- Time: 65 minutes
- Quations : 52
- It includes questions on arithmetic operations, algebra, geometry, statistics, and probability.
- Time: 80 minutes
- Questions : 57
How many times can I take the SAT?
If the colleges you are planning to apply to only require you to send your highest test scores, you can take the SAT and SAT Subject Tests as many times as you want.But we recommend you take the SAT a maximum of three times.
Coaching Facility - SAT®
- 3 Months training
- 1 Month additional access to library
- Library access from 8am to 9pm
- FREE Mock Test Series (8 Full Length Tests)
Highlights of SAT
- SAT exam dates available in the months of January, May, June, October, November and December.
- SAT scores are valid for five years.
- The best time to take the SAT is in class 11, or at the beginning of class 12, with at least six to eight months before the board exams commence.
The scores are usually mailed out 4-6 weeks after you take the test.