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What is SAT?

Learn the A B Cs of the globalised test to enter American universities and colleges, the SAT, with us right here.

Priyanka Karunan | 18 Aug 2014 | Updated on 13 Aug 2015 | 2K Views

Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is required for undergraduate admissions in the US universities and also for some of the top universities in UK like Cambridge University and Oxford University.

Here Gigeo of IMTP consultancy explains about the different sections of the test, best scores, preparation tips, exam schedule and time required for preparation.
There are two major sections for the test i.e. English language and mathematics. The score is out of 2400. A student with a score of two thousand and above will definitely have a chance to get through while a score of thousand six hundred and above also gives students a fair chance for admission. Any score in the above mentioned range is perfectly fine according to him.

All what it requires is a two to three month preparation. It is generally considered to be an easy test for students coming from English medium schools. The test is conducted six times in a year. One should book in advance and should also possess a passport which is important in order to register. Dates have to be booked well in advance so that the student gets enough time for preparation. Training centers and books will help one prepare efficiently to a great extent.
The next video in queue explains about GRE/Graduate Record Examination which is required for graduate admission and visa acceptance to study in the United States.

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