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About SAT

SAT is an old and most widely accepted standardized test that serves as a common platform to thousands of universities to compare and shortlist applicants as part of the college admissions process.

The SAT test helps you to measure your college readiness. The test is designed and developed by College Board, a non-profit organization formed in the year 1899 to provide equal higher education opportunities to students from different academic backgrounds.

College Board strives to meet the purpose of taking the standardized test through its continuous research to update the test content, structure and the question types. Preparing for the SAT test  gives you an opportunity to build your numerical fluency, critical thinking, and reasoning skills.

SAT TEST FORMAT

SAT FORMAT

 

SECTION TIME ALLOTTED(MINUTES) NUMBER OF QUESTIONS SCORE
EVIDENCE BASED READING AND WRITING READING TEST 65 52

 

200-800

 

WRITING LANGUAGE TEST

 

35

 

44

 

MATHEMATICS

 

NO CALCULATOR

 

25

 

20

 

200-800

 

WITH CALCULATOR

 

55

 

38

 

ESSAY(OPTIONAL)

 

50

 

1

 

2-8

 

TOTAL

 

180(230 WITH ESSAY)

 

154(155 WITH ESSAY)

 

400-1600

 

SAT Test Sections

SAT Reading Test

The questions in the SAT reading section majorly focuses on the following three components:

Command of Evidence:

to identify the evidence that best supports the conclusion of the passage, to find how the author correlates evidence to support his/her claim, and to identify a common parameter that relates the visual data and the passage written.

Words in Context:

to understand the meaning of a word or a phrase based on the context and to decide on author’s choice of words to shape the meaning, style, and tone of the sentence.

Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science:

to analyze an assumption, to evaluate data and to ascertain inference.     

Types of questions: All questions in this section are passage based multiple choice questions.

The reading section has been designed to analyze the way the test taker processes the written information. The reading section is part of evidence based reading and writing section on the SAT.

SAT Writing and Language Test

The questions in the writing and language section tests skills which includes the following:

Command of Evidence:

to strengthen the passage by choosing an appropriate supporting information.

Words in Context:

to choose appropriate words to concise and modify the passage to retain the intended meaning.

Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science:

to make editorial decisions to improve passages based on history, social studies and science.

Expressions of ideas:

to analyze the impact on the intended meaning of a passage based on the overall structure of the passage.

Standard English conventions:

to replace words, clauses, sentences and punctuation based on the Standard English conventions. This includes a few concepts such as parallelism, subject-verb agreement, tenses and so on.

SAT Math Test

58 questions are tested across two sections, math-no calculator section with 20 questions and math-calculator section with 38 questions.

Questions will be based on real world context assessing the test taker’s reasoning skill. Overall, the math section on the SAT measures the student’s ability to solve, create and interpret equations.

The math section has been outlined to ensure that the test taker is fully prepared with a proper foundation to comprehend the complex statistical data in advance courses of STEMS and economics at college level.

SAT Essay (Optional)

Unlike the traditional essay prompts, an extract from a high-quality source will be presented.

A test taker is expected to analyze the argument based on the evidence. The essay score is not a part of the total SAT score 400-1600.


SAT TEST FEE

Sat Registration Fee – International Students

Sat Without Essay $46 + Non – U.S.

Regional Fee Sat With Essay $60 + Non – U.S. Regional Fee*

* Non – U.S. Regional Fee For Middle-East Countries: $47

SAT Test Dates

SAT TEST DATES
SAT EARLY REGISTRATION
SAT REGISTRATION DEADLINE
SAT DEADLINE FOR CHANGES

October 6, 2018

August 22, 2018

September 7, 2018

September 26, 2018

December 1, 2018

October 17, 2018

November 2, 2018

November 20, 2018

March 9, 2019

January 23, 2019

February 8, 2019

February 27, 2019

May 4, 2019

March 20, 2019

April 5, 2019

April 24, 2019

SAT Score Reports

Every time you take the SAT, you get an option to report four free score reports to the colleges of your choice. You can avail four free SAT score reporting option from the day you register for the test till nine days after the test date, after this period for each SAT score report there will be an additional fee of $12.

 

ADDITIONAL SAT SCORE REPORTS

You can request for an additional SAT score report for a fee of $12 per score report.

 

SAT RUSH REPORTING

Usually your scores are reported to universities in approximately 1-2 weeks. With SAT rush reporting option the scores will be reported to universities in 2-4 business days. Rush reporting SAT score can be availed at an additional fee of $31.

OUR SERVICES

Group Training includes training sessions with maximum class strength of 6-7 students.Group training batches are available on both weekdays and weekends.

Group Sessions

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Private Sessions

Study at your own pace.Get latest IELTS course material of all 4 modules with answers.

 

Course Material

SAT UPCOMING BATCHES

SAT Test Prep Courses DIFC Dubai UAE

Course Start Date End Date Days Timing
SAT DIFC Dubai Every Friday After 6 weeks Fri-Sat 2-5 pm

SAT Test Prep Courses JLT Dubai UAE

Course Start Date End Date Days Timing
SAT Course JLT Dubai Every Friday After 6 weeks Fri-Sat 2-5 pm

SAT Course Abu Dhabi

Course Start Date End Date Days Timing
SAT Course Abu Dhabi Every Friday After 6 weeks Fri-Sat 3 - 6 pm

SAT Course Sharjah

Course Start Date End Date Days Timing
SAT Course Sharjah Every Friday After 6 weeks Fri-Sat 2-5 pm

SAT Course Mussafah

Course Start Date End Date Days Timing
SAT Course Mussafah Every Friday After 6 weeks Fri & Sat 10-1 pm
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Consultants with International Experience

Our consultants are graduates from top universities in the US, the UK, and Singapore. Their years of international experience in abroad education have empowered students to make the right decision.

Personalized Assistance

We offer our students personalized one on one consultation at every step of their application. Our expertise in the field has helped us to have an effective approach to customize services specific to your profile

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Our consultants are available for any assistance 7 days a week as we understand how important it is to address your concerns on time.

Stress-Free Process

Our personalized assistance, streamlined application support, up-to-date information, career advice, and support throughout the week set our students at ease with the hassle-free application process

Unparalleled Acceptance Rate

We have a whopping acceptance rate of over 96% where majority of our students have received offers from top-tier universities with merit scholarships.

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