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SAT EXAM STRUCTURE

There are a total of 3 Sections TOTAL TIME 3 HRS. 50 MTS.

 

SECTION 1:

READING AND WRITING, SCORE: 200 – 800 TOTAL TIME: 100 MINUTES

Two Tests

1. Evidence - Based Reading

QUESTIONS

Total 52 Questions with Multiple choice, informational graphics (charts), Passages with complex structure and vocabulary

TIME

65 minutes

2. Writing and languages

QUESTIONS

Total 44 Questions Passages-based grammar - including punctuations

TIME

30 minutes

SECTION 2:

MATH, SCORE: 200 - 800, TOTAL TIME: 80 MINUTES

QUESTIONS

Total 58 Questions; Application based, multi-step questions

Trigonometry, grid-in questions, Core math competencies

(Translating math into English and into math), building equations

TIME

80 minutes

SECTION 3:

OPTIONAL, SCORE: 1 - 6, TOTAL TIME: 50 MINUTES

QUESTIONS

The essay is optional. Students will be provided a 600-700 word passage and asked to analyze how the author built his argument;

TIME

50 Minutes

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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 IOC 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 Scores 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 an active College Board online account will automatically get their SAT scores through My SAT Online Score Report only unless they request a paper score report. The student has the option before the test to list down the names of five universities on the SAT form which will be sent to the universities free of cost Course Content: Study material for all sections and test papers for different sections