SAT

SAT –I

 The SAT measures the verbal and math reasoning abilities It helps you to demonstrate your abilities in:understanding and analyzing written material, drawing inferences, differentiating shades of meaning, drawing conclusions, and solving math problems. Colleges require the SAT I for admission because it is a standard way of measuring a student's ability to do college-level work.Every school has its own grading system, so scores on standardized tests, like the SAT I, help colleges compare your academic achievements with those of students from different schools

Each section of the SAT is scored on a scale of 200—800, with two writing sub scores for multiple-choice and the essay.

SAT Question Types:

The SAT includes a Critical Reading, Math, and Writing section, with a specific number of questions related to content.

The following are the three sections and the contents:

 

Section

Average Score

Time(Minutes)

Content

Writing

497

60

Grammar, usage, and word choice

Mathematics

518

70

Number and operations; algebra and functions; geometry; statistics, probability, and data analysis

Critical Reading

503

70

Critical reading and sentence-level reading

 

COURSE FORMAT

The course is 24 hours in length, consisting of 3 (one-hour) sessions per week. The duration of the course is 8 weeks.

 

SAT II

 

SAT I & II are important indicators of your ability to succeed in college. They use your scores in the following ways:

*To help them make admissions decisions
*To help them make placement decisions

Like the SAT I , the SAT II: Subject Tests provide colleges with a standard measure of academic performance, which they use to compare you to applicants from different high schools and different educational backgrounds..SAT II scores may be used to decide what course of study is suitable for you once you've been admitted .

Scores for the Subject Tests are similar to those on the Verbal and Mathematics sections of the SAT, on a scale of 200 to 800.Each test lasts for one hour. Some colleges use the scores as a part of the admission criteria, others use them for placement purposes for students who have been accepted.

English :
Literature

Mathematics Level 1:
(formerly Mathematics IC)

Mathematics Level 2:
(formerly Mathematics IIC)

Science:

Biology

Chemistry

Physics

Course Format
The course is 24 hours in length, consisting of 3(one-hour) sessions per week. The duration of the course is  
8 weeks

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