Introduction to SAT in Malad
The full form of SAT is the Scholastic Assessment Test. SAT exam was earlier known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test.
SAT is accepted in most of the colleges in the United States and Canada. SAT is also accepted in colleges in Australia, the United Kingdom and Singapore. Each college selects students on the basis of their college cut off. SAT exam has been developed to evaluate the verbal, mathematical and writing skills of the students appearing for it.
How long is the SAT paper ?
The SAT paper is conducted for 3 hours along with 50 minutes of extra time allotted for Essay which is optional.
What is the eligibility for SAT in Malad?
General studies have shown that students belonging to the age group of 17 to 19 are among the highest to appear for SAT in Malad because SAT is given for undergraduate courses.
There is no minimum or maximum age criteria fixed for students wanting to appear for the exam.
When is the best time to give SAT in Malad ?
SAT is held a number of times in the year in Malad. A student can give the exam any time he feels confident about the examination and then choose the most suitable time slot available.
What is the syllabus for critical reading in SAT?
Critical Reading Section includes Paragraph-length critical reading of 20 minutes, Reading comprehension of 25 minutes and Sentence completions of 25 minutes
SAT also consists of three critical reading sections of a total 52 questions.
What is a good SAT score?
The maximum anyone can score on the SAT is the perfect score of 1600.The average SAT score is around 1000. Anything above 1200 is considered a good SAT score.