|SAT(SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST)|
|TEST TYPE: iBT / PBT||CONDUCTED BY: ETS|
|TOTAL SCORE: 400-1600||RESULTS: 17-22 days|
|TOTAL TIME: 3 – 3.5hrs||FEES: $92-103.5 | INR 6000-7000/- (Appox)|
|VALIDITY: 5 years||PAYMENT: ONLINE/OFFLINE|
|Measure||Number of Questions||Allotted Time|
|Verbal (Reading & Writing)||96 (44+52)||100mins|
|Verbal||200 – 800|
|Quants||200 – 800|
|Essay||2 – 8|
- All Reading Test questions are multiple choice and based on passages.
- Some passages are paired with other passages.
- Informational graphics, such as tables, graphs, and charts, accompany some passages
- Prior topic-specific knowledge is never tested.
- The Reading Test is part of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section
- All questions are multiple choice and based on passages.
- Some passages are accompanied by informational graphics, such as tables, graphs, and charts — but no math is required.
- Prior topic knowledge is never tested.
- Questions in math will include Algebra.
- Advanced Mathematics.
- Problem Solving and Data analysis.
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When you take the Reading Test, you’ll read passages and interpret informational graphics. Then you’ll use what you’ve read to answer questions.
Some questions ask you to locate a piece of information or an idea stated directly. But you’ll also need to understand what the author’s words imply. In other words, you have to read between the lines.
To answer some questions, you’ll need to look closely at a single sentence. Others require reading the entire piece and interpreting a graphic. For instance, you might be asked to choose a sentence that corrects a misinterpretation of a scientific chart or that better explains the importance of the data.
The passages you improve will range from arguments to nonfiction narratives and will be about careers, history, social studies, the humanities, and science.
The Math Test will focus in depth on the three areas of math that play the biggest role in a wide range of college majors and careers:
- Heart of Algebra, which focuses on the mastery of linear equations and systems.
- Problem Solving and Data Analysis, which is about being quantitatively literate.
- Passport to Advanced Math, which features questions that require the manipulation of complex equations.
The Math Test also draws on Additional Topics in Math, including the geometry and trigonometry most relevant to college and career readiness.
The SAT’s essay component has had a total makeover:
- It’s optional — but some schools will require it. Get College SAT Essay policies.
- You have 50 minutes to complete your essay, 25 minutes more than the required essay that was part of the SAT students took before March 2016.
You won’t be asked to agree or disagree with a position on a topic or to write about your personal experience.