SAT Preparation Tips

The SAT is a globally renowned college admission test which analysis individual’s command over reading, writing and mathematics. The SAT score along with high school grade predicts the best college in the United States where you can pursue your dreams and enhance your skills.

The SAT along with other College Board tests is offered several times a year. The best way to get ready for the SAT is to study hard, read and write in and outside of the classroom and take challenging courses.

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SAT Exam Pattern & Syllabus

Scholastic Aptitude Test aka SAT is an internationally recognized exam which is conducted for students who want to pursue secondary education in US-based universities and colleges. According to the SAT exam pattern 2015-2016, there are three sections: Mathematics, Critical Reading, and Writing. Based on the different interests of students, two types of SATs are conducted:

  1. Scholastic Aptitude Reasoning Test
  2. Scholastic Aptitude Subject Test

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Do I need to take SAT or ACT?

SAT test score is accepted worldwide for almost all undergraduate programs in America while recently America also came out with ACT as another test to be considered by students. Usually, US universities accept both SAT and ACT score and hence its suggested to better chances at the university, one should go with the test in which one scores fairer.

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