The SAT is a standardized test owned and developed by the College Board for undergraduate admissions in US universities. It is administered by ETS on behalf of College Board. The test is designed to check if a student has the aptitude required for admissions and scholarships in the US universities. SAT gives an idea of how much have you learned from your high school and how well prepared are you for your higher education. The SAT takes more than just memorizing of word meanings and formulas; it is more about the intuition you have, how well have you been educated and how well can you think and make best choices using right information.
Often, students have a misconception that the SAT is required only for receiving a scholarship or higher scholarship; however, they miss the fact that SAT is principally a requirement for admissions into good universities. Restating the fact, even if you are not looking for scholarships, you are highly recommended to take the test since it is an admission requirement for most of the good schools.
What’s inside SAT?
EBRW and Reading:
Writing and Language Test:
- Math test- with Calculator option
- Math test- No Calculator
Why Edwise for SAT classes in Kathmandu?
Our primary goal of providing SAT classes in Kathmandu are because as a specialized institution for US education, we know the value of the SAT more than anybody else. Our goal with the test is to help you get the highest possible score so that you get admitted to good universities and if possible get the highest scholarship provided by the university.
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SAT in Brief
SAT, a globally recognized admission test that is accepted at all U.S. Colleges and Universities in USA, and few in Canada and in other countries. The SAT measures the skills and knowledge that are the most important for success in college and career. It has 3 sections:
1. EVIDENCE-BASED READING AND WRITING
This section comprises a Reading Test and Writing and Language Test, which has multiple paragraph passages and multiple-choice questions.
The Reading test measures your comprehension and reasoning skills on a wide variety of subjects. The Writing and Language Test measures a wide range your skills such as expression of ideas, use of grammatically appropriate English, etc.
The Math measures your skills in algebra, problem solving and data analysis, manipulation of complex equations, geometry, and trigonometry. The questions are divided into 2 portions: with calculator and with no calculator.
3. ESSAY (OPTIONAL)
You need to read a high-quality source text and write a thorough analysis of that text using evidence. It tests your reading, analysis and writing skills. Your scores are on a 2-8 scale.
Total Score: 400-1600
Evidence-Based Reading & Writing Section: 200-800
Math Section: 200-800
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You can visit this page for more information about SAT https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat. You can contact us if you wish to score higher in SAT. We have well-experienced instructors who have been tutoring for over 15 years and are the real test takers.