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College Board's SAT - Reasoning

Nearly every college in America accepts the SAT or Subject Tests as a part of its admissions process. That's why more than two million students take the SAT every year.

SAT Registration and Test Dates

SAT is administered in almost every country at specified dates. For registration visit College Board

Typically, it's best to choose a date at least a few months ahead of time so you can easily tweak your schedule to make time for study sessions.

Taking a full-length SAT practice test is one of the best ways to prepare for your SAT, and College Board makes several full-length practice tests available for free on Official SAT Practice.

A score of 1100 indicates that you answered a slightly above average number of questions correctly on the exam.

SAT Format

SAT (Reasoning) is consisted of three parts:
  • Quantitative (Mathematics)
  • Verbal (English)
  • Writing

SAT Quantitative (Mathematics)

SAT mathematics consists of:
  Problem Solving


SAT verbal is divided in three sections:
  1- Critical Reading   2- Sentence Completion   3- English Correction

SAT Writing

The SAT® begins with an essay. You'll be asked to present and support a point of view on a specific issue. Because you have only 25 minutes, your essay is not expected to be polished—it is meant to be a first draft.