The SAT is a standardised test that assesses a student's abilities in three areas: critical reading, mathematics, and writing. The SAT is taken by students in grades 11 and 12 in order to submit their scores to colleges as part of the college application process.
SAT exam details
SAT tests are held seven times a year at varying periods in different regions. In practically every country, certain testing centres are allowed to perform at least 5 tests per year. According to the updated SAT exam schedule, it is a three-hour test with two sections (Evidence-Based Reading and Writing [EBRW] and Mathematics).
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(A) Reading section
(B) Writing Section
(C) SAT Mathematics section
The Math test is divided into 4 main areas:
Heart of Algebra
Passport to Advanced Math
Additional topics in Mathematics
(D) Essay Section (Optional)
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