SAT Exam

SAT is a standardized test for college admission in US. SAT is owned, published and developed by the College Board, a non-profit organisation in US for undergraduate admissions. SAT test is conducted 6 times a year on specific dates. Full form of SAT is Scholastic Assessment Test, which was early known as Scholastic Aptitude Test. SAT exam is conducted to consider and evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.

Applicants to apply for undergraduate courses, particularly in US and Canada, are required to take the SAT. Also, if the student is looking to get admission to a particular course, can take the test and show the knowledge and understanding of that particular subject. Subject test is offered in areas like Literature, History, Mathematics, Sciences and Foreign Languages.

Test Takers Undergraduate Programs
Test Accepted By Mandatory in US and Few universities in Canada
Test Conducted By College Board
Nature of Test Paper Based Test (TBT)
Test Pattern Writing, Critical Reading and Quantitative
Test Duration 4 hrs 40 mins (with essay: 50 min)
Test Scores I600
Good Score 1060+
Test Score Validity 5 years
Official Score Reported After 3-4 weeks of taking the test
Test Period Six times in a year
Test Repetition Policy On fixed dates
Mode of Registration Online and by Mail
Proof of Document for Registration Original and valid Passport
Mode of Fee Payment Bank Draft, International Credit card/ Debit Card


Total SAT score out of 600 corresponds to a percentile ranking, which in turn tells the individual, what number of students you scored better than. e.g. 60 percentile score means you have scored better than 60% of all the takers who have taken the exam.


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