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The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. Since its debut in 1926, its name and scoring have changed several times; originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it was later called the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT I: Reasoning Test, then the SAT Reasoning Test, then simply the SAT.

SAT Exam Syllabus the SAT includes a Reading Test, Writing and Language Test, and a Math Test. The SAT has an optional essay component, which some colleges will require. SAT questions focus on skills that matter most for college readiness and success, according to the latest research.

SAT General Test and SAT Subject Test. SAT General Test is more common between the two SAT tests and is generally used by the undergraduate colleges for admissions. The Scholastic Assessment Test assesses the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.

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The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. Since its debut in 1926, its name and scoring have changed several times; originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it was later called the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT I: Reasoning Test, then the SAT Reasoning Test, then simply the SAT.

SAT Exam Syllabus the SAT includes a Reading Test, Writing and Language Test, and a Math Test. The SAT has an optional essay component, which some colleges will require. SAT questions focus on skills that matter most for college readiness and success, according to the latest research.

SAT General Test and SAT Subject Test. SAT General Test is more common between the two SAT tests and is generally used by the undergraduate colleges for admissions. The Scholastic Assessment Test assesses the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.

Admission to undergraduate programs of universities or colleges

SAT Exam Dates for International Students:
  • 28th August, 2021
  • 2nd October, 2021
  • 4th December, 2021
  • 12th March, 2022
  • 7th May, 2022
 
SAT Exam Application Fees:

SAT

$52

SAT with Essay

$68

Late registration

$30

Change in Registration

$30

Registration Fee

$26

Each SAT Subject Test (Except Language Tests with Listening)

$22 additional per test

Language Tests with Listening (Only available in November)

$26 additional per test

 
SAT Exam Pattern 2021
  • SAT test is an offline test i.e. paper-pencil test
  • The duration of the test is 3 hours while SAT exam with Essay is 3 hours 50 minutes long
  • SAT exam details include - Reading test, Writing and Language test, Mathematics test without a calculator, and Mathematics test with a calculator
  • The essay component is optional and its result is evaluated separately. It is required by some colleges.
  • SAT score range is between 400-1600
 
SAT Exam Syllabus 2021:

SAT General Test and SAT Subject Test are the two widely taken SAT exams.

  • SAT General Test is generally taken by the students for admission to undergraduate colleges. It assesses the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates.
  • There are 20 SAT subjects which are divided into 5 subjects further. These subjects are further categorized into smaller topics. The various SAT Subjects include:
  1. SAT Mathematics
  2. SAT Science
  3. SAT Literature
  4. SAT History and
  5. SAT Languages
 
SAT Score 2021

Each section of the SAT exam is scored on a 200 to 800 point scale. The total SAT score is the sum of each section's scores. The highest possible SAT score is 1600 or 800+800. If one takes the Essay test, then a separate score is given. SAT essay is marked on three factors: Reading, Analysis, and Writing out of 2 to 8. SAT Score Calculator converts the raw SAT score into a scaled score based on specific rules. The average SAT score is 1000.

Each section has a raw SAT score which is based on the number of correct answers given

  • Each question of all the section carries the 1 mark
  • No negative marking
 
Why the SAT Exam ?
The SAT is a standardized test

1: Most Colleges Require SAT Scores: If you're applying to college, you will almost certainly need to submit an SAT meant to show schools how prepared you are for college by measuring key skills like reading comprehension, computational ability, and clarity of expression. Because so many students take the test, it also provides schools with data about how you compare to your peers nationwide.

 2 :Some Scholarships Are Based Off SAT ScoresSome schools guarantee significant scholarship money based on qualifying SAT or ACT scores. This is huge: college price tags are not cheap, and you may as well give the SAT your best shot if it stands a chance of netting you a huge chunk of cash—or maybe even a full ride.

 The SAT Essay Is a Literary Analysis Task

You don't have to argue a personal opinion or pass a judgment about any argumentative case's moral superiority on the SAT essay. Instead, you're producing commentary on a piece of source text. With the ACT, on the other hand, you have to argue the relative merits of solutions to complex issues.

If you excel at literary analysis but shy away from debates, the SAT may just be the way to go

Some States Require the SAT

If you're living in a state that requires the SAT, you don't have a whole lot of say in the matter — you'll have to take it. Since you'll likely spend some class time practicing, you'll probably want to focus your test prep on the SAT as well.

So taking the SAT seems to be the decision most college-bound students make. There is, in fact, a very good reason for this pattern; as discussed above, these tests can help you find your way into college, get a scholarship to pay for college, and even land a job down the road.

There are also some distinct reasons that the SAT may serve many students better than the ACT.

Whether you're wondering whether to take any standardized test or second-guessing your past decision to sign up for the SAT in the first place, you can use this article to review and consider the many merits of the test.

The SAT has four sections, as well as an optional essay. The first section will be Reading, followed by Writing and Language, then the no calculator section of Math, followed by the Math section you're allowed a calculator on. If you decide to take the SAT essay, it'll be the final section of the exam. Most SAT questions are multiple choice, but five questions on Math No Calculator and eight questions on Math Calculator will be grid-ins.

When you take the SAT, you’ll get a 5-minute break after about every hour of testing. That means you’ll get a break after the Reading section and a second one after the Math No Calculator. If you’re taking the Essay section, you’ll also get a break before starting. The total time of the SAT is 3 hours if you don't take the essay, and 3 hours and 50 minutes if you do take the essay.

 
Universities In The US Accepting SAT Scores

Given below is the list of colleges/universities in the United States that offer admissions to international students on the basis of SAT scores.

Arizona State University

University of Arizona

Auburn University

University of California

Baylor University

University of California Irvine

DePaul University

University of California Santa Barbara

Florida State University

University of Chicago

Harvard University

University of Colorado Boulder

Hofstra University

University of Florida

Kennesaw State University

University of Houston

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

University of Illinois, Chicago

Michigan State University

University of Kansas

North Carolina State University at Raleigh

University of Kentucky

Ohio State University

University of Maryland College Park

Princeton University

University of Massachusets, Boston

San Diego State University

University of Miami

Stanford University

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Suffolk University, Boston

University of Pennsylvania

Texas A&M University College Station

University of Washington

Texas State University

University of Wisconsin Madison

The University of Alabama

Villanova University

The University of Tennessee

Yale University

The University of Texas at Austin

 
   
Universities accepting SAT Scores In INDIA:

University

SAT for Admission (for Indian Residents)

SAT for Admission (for Foreign Nationals & Non Resident Indians)

SAT Scholarship Program

Ahmedabad University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

Yes

Yes

-

Anant National University

-

-

-

Ashoka University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Atria University

Yes

Yes

 

Azim Premji University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Bennett University

Yes

Yes

 

BML Munjal University

Yes

Yes

Yes

FLAME University

Yes

Yes

Yes

G D Goenka University

-

-

-

Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management

-

Yes

-

Indian Institute of Management Ranchi

Yes

Yes

-

Indian School of Business and Finance

Yes

Yes

-

Jagdish Sheth School of Management

Yes

Yes

Yes

Jai Hind College (University of Mumbai)

-

-

-

JAIN (Deemed to be University)

Yes

Yes

Yes

KREA University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies

Yes

Yes

Yes

Manipal Academy of Higher Education

Yes

Yes

Yes

Manipal University, Jaipur

Yes

Yes

-

MIT World Peace University

Yes

Yes

-

NMIMS

Yes

Yes

Yes

The Northcap University

Yes

Yes

-

OP Jindal Global University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Plaksha University

Yes

Yes

-

Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences

Yes

Yes

Yes

Shanmugha Arts, Science, Technology & Research Academy (SASTRA) Deemed to be University

 

Yes

-

Shiv Nadar University

Yes

Yes

-

Shoolini University

-

-

-

Sophia College for Women

Yes

Yes

-

SP Jain School of Global Management

Yes

Yes

-

Sri Sri University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Srishti School of Art Design and Technology

Yes

Yes

-

SRM Institute of Science and Technology

Yes

Yes

Yes

SRM University, AP - Amaravati

Yes

Yes

-

SRM University Delhi-NCR, Sonepat

Yes

Yes

Yes

Symbiosis International (Deemed University)

Yes

Yes

-

Symbiosis Skills and Professional University

Yes

Yes

Yes

Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology (Deemed University)

Yes

Yes

-

University of Petroleum and Energy Science (UPES)

-

-

-

Vellore Institute of Technology

Yes

Yes

-

Vijaybhoomi University

Yes

Yes

Yes

World University of Design

Yes

Yes

Yes

 

SAT Course Offerings:

  1. SAT Regular Course (Validity: 6 Months)
  • 60+ Hours of Live Online Classes covering complete SAT Syllabus (Maths - 27 Hours & English - 33 Hours)
  • 10 Topic wise practice sessions (Each session with 2 hours duration)
  • 8 Full length Mock SAT Exams
  • Review of Mock Test Performance & identification of weak & strong areas
  • Guidance to overcome weak areas & improve overall score
  • Classes will be conducted as per the fixed schedule
  • Unlimited Doubt Clearing Session for 6months
 
  1. SAT One-on-One Course (Validity: 12 Months)
  • One-on-One classes with TWO Expert trainers
  • 60+ Hours of Live Online Classes covering complete SAT Syllabus (Maths - 27 Hours & English - 33 Hours)
  • 10 Topic wise practice sessions (Each session with 2 hours duration)
  • 8 Full length Mock SAT Exams
  • Review of Mock Test Performance & identification of weak & strong areas
  • Guidance to overcome weak areas & improve overall score
  • Classes will be conducted as per student convenient timings
  • Unlimited Doubt Clearing Session for 12 months

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