SAT Exam

Students seeking admission to undergraduate programs would gain from taking the SAT, a standardized test offered by the College Boards. It was created to evaluate the applicants’ written, mathematical, and verbal skills. Those who intended to pursue undergraduate studies, particularly in Canada and the US, were required to pass the SAT exam.

Eligibility

There are no specific SAT eligibility requirements for applicants to the SAT exam, as no such criteria have been established. 

  • Although there isn’t a specific age limit, research has indicated that applicants between the ages of 17 and 19 are amongst the most likely to take the SAT.
  • An applicant may retake the SAT Exam an unlimited number of times. It is performed five times a year in India.
  • To move on to the next level of learning, students who wish to enrol for UG programs overseas must have finished high school.

The SAT exam includes components on analytical reading, mathematics, and language to assess the information needed to access & solve problems.

  • The Reasoning Test (SAT-I) is a three-hour multiple-choice exam used to gauge a student’s verbal and quantitative reasoning skills. Most universities require a certain SAT-I score.
  • Subject Test (SAT-II): This one-hour MCQ test measures students’ grasp of particular subjects as well as their ability to apply that knowledge.