The SAT is a standardized test used by colleges to help them evaluate potential students. In three subject areas: Reading, Writing, and Math, it measures a student’s readiness for college courses. Colleges and universities use the SAT as part of their admissions process. The SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test created and administered by the College Board. SATs are not tests of academic excellence, intelligence, or aptitude.
The upcoming SAT is approaching; furthermore, it will be taken on October 1, 2022. Many or most registered students should have invested sufficient time in practicing and preparing for the test so they are not under heavy stress during the last days before its administration.
Bring a face covering to the test and follow the test center’s instructions on how to wear it.
At all times, remember to maintain social distancing.
SAT Exam Information:
- Number of Questions: 154 questions
- Question Type: Multiple-choice
- Time Limit: 3 hours
Here are some test-taking tips:
- Pay attention to all the testing directions.
- Read the questions thoroughly, but do not spend too much time on one question.
- Select the best choice and try to answer as many questions as possible.
- There is no deduction for incorrect answers in the calculation of students’ scores.
- Ensure that you are selecting the answer for the right test question on your answer sheet.
- After you finish the test, review your answers.
Important things to remember during Test Day
- Do not take any full test or section test.
- If you insist on studying, review the cheat sheet and spend only 30 minutes.
- Stay relaxed and do relaxing activities like walking, doing yoga, watching favorite TV shows, etc. Only for 30 minutes, no more than 1 hour.
- Eat a light and healthy dinner.
- Go to bed early.
Morning of the Test Day:
- Wake up early, and do 5 – 10 minutes of breaking exercise.
- Take a shower to feel completely awake.
- Eat a healthy breakfast.
- Leave early to reach 20 minutes before the check-in time.
- Wear a watch or carry a clock to track the time.
- Make sure you bring a facemask and sanitizer.
What to Bring in Bag pack:
There are only a few things you really need to bring on test day, and a lot of things you’ll be better off leaving at home. Be sure to bring.
- Photo ID (the driver’s license, School Id, etc.).
- Keep the printed copy of the admission ticket.
- #2 HB sharpened pencil, at least five pencils, and an eraser.
- Calculator – make sure it has a new battery and is functional (can be used in the Math-calc section).
- Water bottle or any drink as per your liking.
Be prepared to answer your health questions before entering the test center.
- Listen and follow the proctor’s instructions carefully.
- Set the timer/clock for each section 5 times less than the end time.
- Remember to review all the answers before moving to the next test section.
- You will get a 10-minute break and a 5-minute break. Go out and have snacks or drinks or socialize a little bit. Do not discuss anything related to the test.
- Do not move to the next section until the proctor instructs.