SAT Exam

Acronym for Scholastic Assessment Test, SAT Exam is a mandatory examination to get undergraduate admission into any College of USA. The SAT Exam is developed and administered by the USA-based 'College Entrance Examination Board'. This implies that College board sets the questions, conducts the SAT Test, and sends each examinee the score report. SAT is similar to ACT (America College Test). SAT and ACT exams are different exams but the intention of the test is same. High school juniors and seniors take the SAT Exam. SAT Exam is updated in March 2005. The new test is a measure of the critical thinking skills of each student for the academic success in their under graduation program. SAT Exam is conducted seven times a year.
  • There are two SAT Exams namely SAT I and SAT II. SAT I is structured as a reasoning test that basically tests candidate's verbal, mathematical and reasoning abilities. SAT II is a subject test; to test the candidate's knowledge of specific subject opted by the candidate. SAT exam is more of multiple choice questions based. Some school or colleges expect students to clear more subject tests.
  • Candidates may either take the SAT reasoning test or up to three SAT subject test on the given test date. Candidates wishing to take the test may register online, by mail, or by telephone, at least three weeks before the test date. Many U.S. universities use tests such as the SAT and the ACT as a way of assessing students coming from schools using different grade, class and division system. Nearly every college in USA accept SAT score to admit students. More than two million students across the world take SAT exam every year.


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