Scholastic Assessment Test which is popularly known as SAT is a standardised test widely used for university admissions in the United States. SAT is mostly taken by students who plan to apply to universities in United States, Canada or other countries that accept SAT scores for admissions.
We provide a flexible 8 weeks program for students aiming to sit for the exams with the aim of familiarizing them with the exam philosophy and mode of testing from past examinations. The program runs on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday and Thursday from 9am to 1.30pm and is delivered by experienced resource persons who have delivered well in the past. Opportunities exists to tailor the program to meet specific needs of students
The SAT provides an objective measure of a student’s academic abilities and also helps universities evaluate applicants from different educational backgrounds on a standardized platform. The test is therefore designed to assess the readiness of the students for the university level course work.
Students are required to take the reading test, the writing test as well as the mathematics test. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions, an optional essay section and it is scored on a scale of 400 to 1600.
The SAT exams are normally held in August, October, November and December.