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The SAT(Scholastic Aptitude Test)  is a standardized test widely used for USA college admissions. The purpose of the SAT is to measure knowledge and skills of students through various sections Math, Evidence-Based Reading and Writing.
The College Board as owner emphasizes that SAT is intended to measure literacy, numeracy and writing skills that are needed for academic success in college.
There are several SAT Subject Tests that represent by themselves tests on individual subjects. Questions are dedicated to one subject, for example Physics, Chemistry, Literature, History, etc. This group of tests was created for giving an opportunity to students to demonstrate their potential and knowledge of specific subject. Many colleges use the SAT Subject Tests for admission, course placement, and to advise students about course selection.
The SAT has four sections, as well an optional essay. The first section will be Reading, followed by Writing and Language, then the no calculator section of Math, followed by the Math section you’re allowed a calculator on (most SAT questions are multiple choice, but five questions on Math No Calculator and eight questions on Math Calculator will be grid-ins). The total time of the SAT is 3 hours if you don’t take the essay, and 3 hours and 50 minutes if you do take the essay.  The total time of the SAT is 3 hours if individual does not take the essay, and 3 hours and 50 minutes if takes the essay. The fee for SAT Test with an essay is 107,50$ and 90$ for the Test with no Writing.

Results and scores

The SAT is scored on a 400 to 1600 scale, essay is scored additionally. The SAT has two major sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (combined from Reading + Writing and Language), and Math.

Test-taker can earn a scaled score of between 200 and 800 points on each section (and will also receive subscore reporting for every test—math, reading, and writing and language—plus additional subscores to provide added insight into your test performance).

SAT score will remain valid for 5 years. SAT scores are typically viewable online starting 13 days after your test date (15 days for Essay scores). SATs are taken on Saturdays, and scores generally come out on the second Friday after individual’s test. Typically, the SAT General Test is delievered in March, May, October, and December.

The subject tests are administered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.

Register for SAT

Create personal account on CollegeBoard

Fill gaps, which are requested (about your school and contact information)

Fill gaps with additional information (for example, about your parents’ education, languages you know, etc.)

Chose appropriate center and date

Pay for the exam

Receive the letter with examination’s details

To order the service

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