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For Under Graduate Studies in USA & Canada
The SAT is a standardized aptitude test for undergraduate college admissions in the United States. All colleges accept the SAT as an objective measurement of students college readiness. The SAT is administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS) in the United States and is developed, published, and scored by the College Board. The SAT is offered six times a year at international sites.
The SAT at a Glance
|Reading – 3 Sections|
|Critical Reasoning||19 Questions Sentence Completion|
|48 Questions Reading Comprehension (Long and Short)|
|Questions||Total 67 Questions, Multiple Choice Type|
|Time||70 minutes (One 20 minutes and Two 25 minutes Sections|
|Maths – 3 Sections|
|Questions||44 Questions. Multiple Choices.|
|Geometry – Basic Arithmetic – Algebra – Algebra II|
|Time||70 minutes (One 20 minutes and Two 25 minutes)|
|Writing – 3 Sections|
|Questions||49 Questions. Multiple Choices.|
|Grammar Usage – Word Choice – 1 Essay|
|Time||60 minutes (One 10 minutes and Two 25 minutes|
|Time||Reading, Writing or Math – 25 minutes|
|Verbal 200-800 – Math 200-800 – Writing 200-800|
Only EEC students get 2000+ on SAT
THE TWO COMMON WAYS OF REGISTERING FOR SAT:
1. By mail: Obtain the “SAT Information Bulletin” available free with USEFI offices, from college board website or from the EEC offices.
2. Online Registration (Credit Card required): www.ets.org. Fill up the form online and mention your credit card number. This is the easiest way to register for SAT.
Test Scores: Test Score are valid for 5 years. The three parts of the test are scored independently. Scores are available online and by phone in three weeks. Official score reports are provided about five weeks after the test is administered. Students who have active College Board online accounts will automatically get their SAT scores through My SAT Online Score Report only, unless they request a paper score report.
SAT Course Content
Study material for all sections, test papers for different sections and 40 full length Simulated Tests
Course Duration: 16 weeks.
For the SAT Dates available in the year one can visit the SAT Calendar at www.collegeboard.com
- Regular : Monday to Friday
- Afternoon Batches : 3-5 pm
- Evening Batches : 6-8 pm
- Saturday : 2 – 6 pm.
- Sunday : 12 – 5 pm.
Optional Extra Classes
SAT – Grammar
- Monday to Friday : 09-10, 11-12, 02-03, 04-05, 08-09 pm.
- Saturday : 12-02 pm.
- Sunday : 01-02 pm.