SAT – Scholastic Aptitude Test is the most widely used admission test among colleges and universities. SAT is published by a private College Board in the United States. The test’s purpose is to assess the high school students’readiness for college, and also provide colleges with one common data point which could be employed in comparing all applicants.
Structure of SAT
Part I – Reading
Within 65 minutes, candidates are to answer 52 multiple choice questions from 4-5 passages. In this section, one paragraph is always related to world literature or the US. In this part, all questions are multiple choices.
Part II – Writing and language
Here, candidate’s grammar and Language usage will be tested with 44 questions within a 35-minute time limit.
Part III – Mathematics
For about 80 minutes, candidates will be tested in advanced math, For algebra, problem solving, and data analysis.