What is SAT?
SAT is one of the most well-known exams given by the candidates over the worldwide for undergraduate studies. Scoring high in SAT requires dedication, commitment, a all-inclusive study material and proper counsel from professional trainers. The SAT is globally recognized and standardized exam that evaluates a candidate’s knowledge in reading, writing and quantitative aptitude and other specialized subjects. SAT is taken for undergraduate admission in the USA and some other countries.
Why students need to take SAT?
The SAT score is used by the college admission team to evaluate the student’s readiness and to compare applicants from varied educational systems on a common ground using the score of this standardized test. The admission team has a holistic view in evaluating the student’s application by considering their GPA, credits/subjects studied, interviews in some cases, recommendation letters, college application essays, extra-curricular activities along with their SAT score.
SAT Exam Pattern and Score:-
|Reading Test||52 multiple choice questions from 5 passages||65 minutes||200-800|
|Writing and Language test||44 multiple choice questions from 4 passages||35 minutes||200-800|
|Mathematics||58 questions||80 minutes||200-800|
|Essay (optional)||1 essay||50 minutes||2-8|
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FEATURES OF ONLINE COACHING:-
- Online but completely assisted by our certified trainer.
- Solid focus on grammar
- In-depth considerate of the exam pattern and question types
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- Interactive sessions & personal attention
- Discussion sessions with the faculty
- Post-session assignments
- Mock tests at the end of the coaching
- Flexible schedules with weekend and weekday batches
- Demo-lectures before enrolling
- Recorded lectures for revision