For students interested in taking undergraduate courses overseas, the SAT Exam is one of the most popular and widely acknowledged evaluation assessments. The College Board has administered and conducted the SAT Exam since its establishment. The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) was previously known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test before being renamed the Scholastic Assessment Test to assess and evaluate the verbal, writing, and arithmetic skills of students/candidates interested in beginning their study abroad trip. The SAT Score is one of the requirements for enrollment in universities or higher education institutions in nations such as the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada.
- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
|Section||Sub - Section||No of Questions||Time|
|Evidence-Based Reading and Writing||Reading||52 (From 5 passages)||65 minutes|
|Writing and Language||44 (From 4 passages)||35 minutes|
|Math||No Calculator||20||25 minutes|
A 10-minute break follows the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section. As a result, the exam will last 3 hours and 10 minutes. You may plan to spend at least 4 hours in the exam center, taking into account the time required for identity verification. The Format of the SAT Reasoning Test and the SAT Exam The SAT Reasoning Test lasts 3 hours and 45 minutes and assesses your abilities in three areas: math, critical reading, and writing.
- The reading section of the SAT consists of reading sentences and passages.
- Multiple-choice questions and a short essay are included in the SAT writing section.
- Questions on probability and statistics, arithmetic operations, geometry, and algebra make up the SAT math section.