Introduction to SAT

The SAT is globally recognized college admission test that lets you show colleges what you know and how well one can apply the understanding. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math – subjects that are taught every day in high-school classrooms. Most students worldwide take the SAT during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges universities and colleges use the SAT to make admission decisions. SAT scores and school grades are the first step in finding the right college for you.


A SAT Certification is valid for 5 years unless there is change in the criteria!

It is a test of Mathematical as well as Verbal reasoning. High scores on the SAT qualify students to gain entry into the best schools and to compete for merit based scholarships.



Sentence Completion: – 19 ques
Passage Based Reading:– 48 ques ; 70 minutes (two 2-minute test sections and one 10-minute test section)


Multiple Choice: – 44 ques
Student-produced responses: – 10 ques
70 minutes (two 25 minute test sections and one 20 minute test section)


Identifying the Sentence Errors: – 18 ques
Improving Sentences: – 25 ques
Improving Paragraphs: – 6 ques
Essay Writing – 1 essay: – 25 minutes
60 minutes (two 25 minute test sections and one 10-minute test section)