SAT 2021 Exam - Dates, Registration, Fee, Sylabus & Test Centres

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SAT is the standardized test required for admissions in undergraduate courses in the US and Canada. The full form of SAT is Scholastic Assessment Test. The exam is designed to evaluate a student's potential through written, verbal, and mathematical skills. This is further designed to get admission in a particular programme as it helps in assess the student's knowledge in a particular subject. It can be taken in areas like Literature, History, Mathematics, Sciences, and Foreign Languages. In this article, we will provide you various SAT Sample Papers, so, you can prepare for the SAT 2020 Exam first hand. Read Essential SAT Tips and Strategies.

SAT Test Pattern

The SAT Exam includes Math, Critical Reading and Writing section. The SAT Exam Pattern  is further explained in the table:

SAT Subject

SAT Syllabus

SAT Test Pattern

Math

57 questions

This section includes questions on problem-solving, data analysis, algebra, and advanced math.

Duration: 80 minutes

Score: 200-800

Reading

52 questions

This section includes questions on Sentence Completion, Tests understanding of passages from the US and World Literature, History/Social Studies, and Sciences.

Duration: 65 minutes

Score Range: 200-800

(combined with Writing Section)

Writing and Language

44 questions

This section includes questions on, expression of ideas and standard English conventions through passages related to Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities, and Sciences.

Duration: 35 minutes

Score Range: 200-800

(combined with Reading Section)

Essay (optional)

One optional essay

This section requires students to evaluate an argument through the analysis of evidence.

Duration: 50 minutes

not scored

Total

154 questions

n/a

Duration: 3 hours (with optional 50 minutes)

Score: 1600

Subjects in SAT Subject test

SAT Subject Test is divided into five subjects. These subjects are further categorized into smaller topics. The various SAT Subjects include:

Literature

Biology/EM

Italian language

German language

U.S. History

Chemistry

Latin

German with Listening

World History

Physics

Chinese with Listening

Spanish language

Math Level 1

French language

Japanese with Listening

Spanish with Listening

Math Level 2

French with Listening

Korean with Listening

Modern Hebrew

SAT Syllabus

You have understood the SAT Exam Pattern, now learn about the SAT Syllabus. Once this is done, you may go through the books and create a plan with the prep tips shared below. After this, you may test your potential using the official sample tests for preparation.

Divided into three parts (Critical Reading, Maths, and Writing), this exam is 3 hours long with an optional 50-minute essay. The syllabus covered in this exam is very basic, which is covered in your school curriculum. This test hence becomes a really easy and interesting one.

 


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