The SAT was formerly known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test and Scholastic Assessment Test, and now simply the SAT. This is a standardized test for undergraduate college admissions in the United States. Different US & Canadian universities practice this test for their undergraduate admission process. The SAT is recognized, issued, and developed by the college board, a non- profit organization in the United States. It was once developed, published, and scored by the Educational testing service (ETS) who now administers the exam. The SAT evaluates the critical thinking skills students need for academic progress in college – skills that students learned in high school.
There are three major sections in the SAT: Critical Reading, Mathematics, and Writing where each section receives a score on a scale of 200–800.
Writing – 60 Minutes – Grammar, usage, and diction.
Mathematics – 70 Minutes – Two subsections: No Calculator and Calculator
Critical Reading – 70 Minutes – Vocabulary, Critical Reading, and sentence-level reading
The SAT test is 3 hours and 45 minutes long and measures skills in three areas: critical reading, math, and writing. Students are also required to write a 25- minute essay although most questions are multiple choices.
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