The SAT is the most widely accepted entrance test for
admission to universities around the world.
What’s on the SAT ?
The SAT is the most widely accepted entrance test for admission to universities around the world. The test is accepted for admission to universities in over 85 countries, including the USA, UK, Canada, Singapore, Australia, and India.
Here’s why student needs to take the SAT
One test—many universities: Accepted by over 6,000 universities all over the world, for a wide range of courses.
Now in India: Accepted by over 40 Indian universities. Scholarships and test fee discounts available for Indian students.
Access scholarships: Student’s SAT score makes them eligible for scholarships from universities around the world.
Prepares you for college: It develops the skills students require to succeed in college.
ABOUT THE DIGITAL SAT
The SAT Suite of Assessments is adapting to meet the changing needs of students and educators alike.
The digital SAT Suite uses multistage adaptive testing (MST). Relying on MST means the digital SAT Suite fairly and accurately measures the same things with a shorter, more highly secure test while preserving test reliability.
Each assessment in the digital SAT Suite has two sections: the Reading and Writing section and the Math section. In every assessment in the SAT Suite, including the SAT, students have 64 minutes to complete the Reading and Writing section and 70 minutes to complete the Math section. Each Reading and Writing module lasts 32 minutes, while each Math module lasts 35 minutes.
When students complete the Reading and Writing section, they are moved to the Math section after a 10-minute break between the sections.
Total testing time for the digital SAT Suite is 2 hours and 14 minutes.
Parts and Number of Questions
Math (800 Marks)
Section 1- 22 Questions (Onscreen Calculator)
Verbal (800 Marks)
Section 1- 27 Questions
Digital SAT Points
- The score of the Digital SAT exam is valid for 5 years.
- Digital SAT score is required for admission in most of the undergraduate programs in the US , India & other countries.
- The Digital SAT exam is scheduled mostly on 4 specific dates in a year (It may vary sometimes).
- The Digital SAT score is one of the factors in admission related decisions.
- Each Section is scored on a 200 to 800 point scale, marking the “perfect” score 1600.
- Digital SAT is now multistage adaptive test, and that include two sections of English (Verbal) and two of Math (Quant).
- The first module of each section contains a broad mix of easy, medium, and hard questions.
- Based on how students perform on the first module, the second module of questions will either be more difficult or less difficult.
- Most of the questions are multiple choice, though some of the math questions ask you to enter the answer rather than select it.
- On all questions, there’s no penalty for guessing: if you’re not sure of the answer, it’s better to guess than leave the response blank.
Bluebook™ App and Device Information
In preparation for taking the digital SAT, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the Bluebook testing application as well as the approved devices and operating system requirements. You’ll also need details on borrowing a device if one isn’t available to you.
Bluebook Testing App
Bluebook must be installed before test day. This digital testing application supports testing on Mac and Windows devices, iPads, and school-managed Chromebooks.
Overview of Digital SAT Maths Section
The math questions are divided into four categories. Questions from all four categories appear in each test module. Across each module, questions are arranged from easiest to hardest, allowing you to have the best opportunity to demonstrate what you know and can do.
Type of Math
Number of Questions
Problem Solving and Data analysis
Geometry and Trigonometry
Approximately 30% of Math questions are set in context. These in-context (“word”) questions require you to consider a science, social studies, or real-world scenario and apply your math skills and knowledge, along with an understanding of the context, to determine the answer to each.
Overview of Reading and Writing Section
The Reading and Writing section present short reading passages (or passage pairs) followed by a single multiple-choice question. Questions on the Reading and Writing section represent one of four content domains—Craft and Structure, Information and Ideas, Standard English Conventions, and Expression of Ideas. To help you budget your time, questions that test similar skills and knowledge are grouped together and arranged from easiest to hardest.
The test is divided into 2 modules, each of which includes questions from all four different domains.
What the Reading and Writing Passages Are Like
The passages in the Reading and Writing section range from 25 to 150 words. Passages represent the subject areas of literature, history/social studies, the humanities, and science.
What the Reading and Writing Questions Are Like
The questions on the Reading and Writing section fall into four content domains:
- Information and Ideas
Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs).
- Craft and Structure
Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts.
- Expression of Ideas
Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals.
- Standard English Conventions
Measures the ability to edit text to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
SAT @ Logic Academy
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Our Additional Offerings
- 41 Quant Topic Based Tests with solutions (820 Questions)
- 12 Verbal Reasoning Topic Based Tests with solutions (120 Questions)
- 33 Practise Tests with Solutions
- 10 Full Length Mocks with updated content and level
- Roots of English Language in story-telling method: 45 Presentations
- 130 Word Power Presentations and 80 Word Games to master Vocabulary
- Access to standard Publications
- One-to-one doubt solving with Faculty Members
Detailed Section Wise Offerings
Quantitative Skills and Data Interpretation
- Logic Based teaching methodology.
- High Emphasis on building strong logic skills rather than formula cramming.
- Updated Assignments and Course Structure to match the latest trends in question.
- Students undergo a program that acquaints them with some 80 roots of the English Language.
- Episodic methodologies to achieve complete control over elements of the English Language and its usages.
- Methodology of enhancing one’s word power: Cracking the crossword from leading news papers through an immensely interactive session with the students on regular basis.
- Pattern specific workshops with strategy discussion with mentors.
- Specific Grammar sessions to enhance the writing skills.