The SAT is a paper based standardized test widely used for college or university admissions for undergraduate programs. The knowledge you are tested at is: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Mathematics.
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|Sat General Test||4 months||Weekly courses on:|
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, Mathematics
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The test is administered 4 to 5 times a year
Exam Dates SAT General Greece for 2022: March 12, May 7, August 27, October 1, December 3
For 2023: March 11, May 6
BE CAREFUL: You have to register for the SAT at least one month before the exam date.
|Test Section||Number of Questions||Timing|
|Reading Test||5 passages, 52 questions|
1 Literature passage, 2 History/Social Studies passages, 2 Science passages
|Writing and Language Test||4 passages, 44 questions|
1 Careers passage, 1 History/Social Studies passage, 1 Science passage, 1 Humanities passage
|Math 1st part||38 questions with calculator||55 min|
|Math 2nd part||20 questions NO calculator||25 min|
|The Essay||In the new SAT, essay is optional||50 min|
Scores Score Range: 400 to 1600 [Scores multiples of 10]
Each correct answer one raw point
No more penalties for incorrect answers
No points deducted for incorrect grid-in questions
Report: online 3 weeks after test administration or 6 weeks for mailed paper score
For an additional fee you can receive right/wrong and explanation
New SAT has 4 answer choices
Calculators ONLY allowed in the longer part of math
How important is the SAT?
The SAT is an important step on your path to American colleges. It’s one path to financial support and scholarships since it can help connect you to scholarship organizations. In addition to admission, many colleges also use it for merit awards.
Which section/part of the exam is hardest?
Almost everyone answers the new SAT Evidence-Based Reading of the test, since it features extensive passages, which require analytical thinking and interpretation of graphs. Contrarily, the vocabulary is not so demanding anymore. However, what all the students should bear in mind is that the hardest part is staying focused for three hours and making effective time-management.
What is the format of the test?
Paper and pencil, and also a computer based option.
What is the grading?
Score varies from 400 to 1600, with each grade being multiple of 10 (1 grade=10). In the NEW Sat, students will no more get penalised for incorrect answers.Finally, the writing score will no more affect the total score.
What is the duration of the test?
The duration of the test is 3 hours without essay and 3 hours and 50 minutes, if essay included.
How many times can I take the test?
For most high schoolers, three times is about the maximum between the start of the sophomore year and Christmas of the senior year. Every sophomore should take the SAT/ACT as early as January. When the scores come in, special note should be taken of the areas of weakness. The diagnostic report that comes with the score report can be helpful in targeting efforts for improvement.
Where I have to put focus for the new SAT Math?
Application-based, multi-step questions
Higher-level math, including trigonometry
One set of “extended-thinking” grid-in questions (worth 4 points)
Core math competencies (translating math into English and English into math)
A deep understanding of the theories behind mathematical principles, such as building equations