- The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college, and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants.
- The SAT is a standardized test that assesses a student’s skills in four core areas: Reading, Writing & Language, Math, and Essay (optional).
- Students of all 4 years form 9th-12th grade take the SAT so that they can submit their scores to colleges as part of the college application process. Usually 11th and 12th grade students take the SAT.
- SAT scores are valid for 5 years, from the date that they are taken.
Effective and Smart Way of SAT Exam Preparation
- Take a mock-up SAT practice test.
- Analyze the subject scores.
- Analyze each subject topic performance.
- Identifies strength and areas of improvement subject and topic wise.
- Priorities the subject/topic plan as per the score.
- Take another full practice test.
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