SAT

Scholastic Aptitude Test

A standardized exam used by colleges across the U.S. to evaluate the readiness of incoming undergraduates.

Free Practice Test

Full-length proctored mock exam to recreate test conditions.

  • 3 hour exam 

  • Timed sections + breaks

Detailed score report provided.

  • Diagnostic feedback for each section

  • Raw + scaled scores 

Review session to go over the entire exam.

  • Discuss all the questions + answers

  • Learn the basic tips for test taking

Impact

  • Increase test taking stamina

  • Improve up to 100 points in ONE session

Breakdown

The SAT is scored out of 1600, split up into two scores of 800 each with an optional essay out of 12 points. The total score is composed of 800 possible points from the Verbal portion and 800 possible points from the Math portion. Verbal contains a Reading section and a Writing & Language section. Math  contains two sections, one with calculator and one without.

Section 1

Reading

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  • 65 Minutes, 52 Multiple Choice, 5 Passages​​

    • 2 Natural Sciences​

    • 1 Fictional 

    • 1 Global Conversation

    • 1 Social Science

  • Tests students' ability to organize & interpret information

  • Requires robust time management & planning 

Section 2

Writing & Language

  • 35 Minutes, 44 Multiple Choice​, 4 passages

    • Grammar

    • Punctuation

    • Comprehensive skills

  • Tricks students with common grammatical errors 

  • Demands precise punctuation knowledge

  • Requires fundamental understanding of grammar in context

Section 3

Math

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  • 25 Minutes, 15 Multiple Choice & 5 Grid-In, No Calculator

    • Algebra​

    • Geometry

    • Trigonometry 

  • Tests students' calculation confidence in a timely manner

  • Increases in solution complexity throughout the section

  • Requires efficient problem solving skills

Section 4

Math

  • 55 Minutes, 30 Multiple Choice & 8 Grid-In, Calculator

    • Algebra​

    • Geometry

    • Trigonometry

  • Tests students' judgement of efficient calculator utility 

  • Increases in solution complexity throughout the section 

  • Requires well-practiced time management skills

Manjit Singh - 1540
St Johns University