Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)

The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is the exam needed by undergraduate students who wish to study in the US after the 12th grade. The SAT has three sections that are Mathematics, Writing and Critical Reading.

The examination pattern for the SAT is as follows:

Details

Content

Time

Writing (Essay) The essay measures a students ability to develop and express a point of view on an issue. 25 Mins
Writing (Multiple Choice) Multiple Choice Qstns ask students to:

  • Recognise sentence errors
  • Choose the best version of a piece of writing
25 Mins
Writing (Multiple Choice) Improve paragraphs 10 Mins
Critical Reading
(Multiple Choice)
Identifying main & supporting ideas. 25 Mins
Critical Reading
(Multiple Choice)
Determining the meaning of words in contents. 25 Mins
Critical Reading
(Multiple Choice)
Understanding the structure and function of sentences. 20 Mins
Mathematics
(Students Response & Multiple Choice)
Number & Operations
Algebra & Functions
25 Mins
Mathematics
(Multiple Choice)
Geometry 25 Mins
Mathematics
(Multiple Choice)
Statistics & Data Analysis 20 Mins
Variable
(Unsecured, Multiple Choice)
This section may have Critical reading, Mathematics or Multiple Choice writing questions. It does not count toward the final score. 25 Mins

Students who prepare for SAT with us follow a systematic schedule of lectures and practice sessions designed to cover all areas of the test. We place particular emphasis on building a strong foundation in grammar, reasoning and reading skills, and mathematics concepts. We also train students in effective essay writing.

Our specialized Teaching pattern aims at building strong foundation and maximizing score. We have designed our teaching pattern to match students learning abilities.