What is the SAT?

The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It assesses students' readiness for college, and your SAT score is submitted along with your college applications. Collegeboard administers the exam and evaluates students on their high school knowledge.

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SAT Test Format

The SAT measures reading, writing, and math with an optional essay section.

  • For reading: Students get 65 minutes to complete 54 questions.
  • For writing: Students get 35 minutes to complete 44 MCQs.
  • For Maths: A total of 80 minutes divided into two sections, namely with and without a calculator.

Digital SAT: The SAT is now available in a digital format, offering a more flexible testing experience for students. In the digital SAT, all sections of the test are administered on a computer, with features such as highlighting, flagging questions for review, and the ability to navigate between questions easily.

What has Changed?
The transition to Digital SAT has brought some student and evaluator-friendly changes to the exam experience, but the exam continues to evaluate the same skills and knowledge as before. The Digital SAT is shorter and takes only 2 hours and 14 minutes instead of 3 hours. The length has been reduced for reading passages with only 1 question, and students will now be able to use a built-in calculator for the math section. Now, students will get 64 minutes to complete 54 questions from the Reading and writing sections and 70 minutes for the 44 questions in the math section

Benefits of Taking the SAT

  • For College Admissions: Many colleges and universities require SAT scores as part of the admissions process.
  • Scholarships: SAT scores are used to determine eligibility for merit-based scholarships.
  • College Readiness: The SAT helps assess students' academic skills and readiness for college-level coursework.
  • Standardized Comparison: Provides a standardized measure for comparing students from different educational backgrounds.
  • Practice for College Exams: Prepares students for the types of questions and formats they may encounter in college-level exams.
  • Personal Achievement: Achieving a high score on the SAT can be a source of personal satisfaction and pride.

When can I take the SAT, and how do I register?

The SAT is offered several times a year at various test centres worldwide.
To register for the SAT, students can create an account on the College Board website and select their preferred test date and location. Registration deadlines typically fall several weeks before the test date, so planning and registering as early as possible is essential.

The exam cost is $60 for students living in the United States, and for International applicants, CollegeBoard charges an additional $44 as a regional fee. CollegeBoard also offers a waiver for students unable to afford the exam fee; students can check their eligibility and apply for the waiver on the official CollegeBoard website

What is a Good SAT Score?

The definition of a good SAT score varies depending on the college or university you're applying to. However, as a general guideline, A score above 1200 (out of 1600) is considered competitive for most colleges. Ivy League and other top-tier universities may require scores above 1400 for solid consideration

Test-Taking Tips for Each SectionReading


  • Skim passages before answering questions to get a sense of the main idea.
  • Pay attention to specific details and the author's tone.
  • Practice time management to ensure you complete all questions within the allotted time.

Writing and Language:

  • Focus on improving sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation.
  • Use context clues to determine the meaning of unfamiliar words.
  • Review standard grammar rules and punctuation usage.


  • Familiarize yourself with the types of questions and concepts covered in each math section.
  • Practice solving problems without a calculator to improve mental math skills.
  • Double-check your work and use the calculator strategically for complex calculations.

Essay (Optional):

  • Plan your essay before writing, outlining key points and supporting evidence.
  • Use specific examples and evidence to support your arguments.
  • Proofread your essay for grammar, punctuation, and clarity.

How do you complete the SAT exam on time and avoid rush?

Effective time management is crucial for success on the SAT.

Here are some tips:

  • Pace yourself and allocate time for each section based on the number of questions and time allotted.
  • Practice under timed conditions to improve speed and accuracy.
  • Skip difficult questions and come back to them later if you have time.
  • Use breaks strategically to rest and refocus between sections
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