All relevant information to support the SAT exam, required by all US universities during the application for admission.
SAT EXAM: WHAT
The exam SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is a recognized test for all American universities which assesses the level of knowledge of the student at school. Usually all US colleges require, for foreign students and not, passing the SAT with a decent score. Is therefore a kind of entrance test for all. If you are planning to enroll overseas we recommend that you perform this test at least 12 months before the actual enrollment. But what is the dreaded SAT?
SAT EXAM: TEST COMPOSITION AND DURATION
Let’s start by saying that there are two types of tests: the SAT and SAT Subject Tests . The most prestigious American Universities usually require passing the SAT and SAT Subcjet least two Tests. For other universities instead you need to support the only SAT. It depends on the chosen college.
A total duration of three and a half hours. The examination areas affected are mainly three:
-Critical reading: The candidate will read a series of texts and compile a part of questions with multiple answers to crosses.
-Writing: Writing and grammar. The section is composed of a “essay” (ie a small sample to be treated in 25 minutes) longer a part of questions with multiple answers to spreaders.
2) SAT Subject Test
The SAT Subject Test is rather a type examination which touches only one or more selected materials, such as: Literature, US & World History, Mathematics, Sciences and Languages. Each Subject Test lasts about 1.
SAT TEST: REGISTRATION AND COSTS
Students can register for the SAT in two ways: online or by post. The first method, much more effective and immediate, requires registration through the website College Board (only with credit card). What should you do? You’ll have to fill in a form on the site.
SAT EXAM: SCORE
The score of the SAT is composed. For each of the three sections of the SAT, the score (score) is expressed on a scale from 200 to 800, for a maximum score of 2400. The “score report” is available online (only with online registration) or via phone after about 3 weeks. A hard copy is sent to the student by The College Board about 5 weeks after the exam session.
The score of the SAT Subject Test is as follows. The score is expressed on a scale from 200 to 800 for each Subject Test. Score reports available online (only with online registration) or via phone after about 3 weeks. A paper copy is sent to the student by The College Board about 5 weeks after the exam session.