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SAT

SAT

In addition to the TOEFL, USEF recommends undergxavieruate applicants to take either the SAT or ACT, as well as the SAT Subject Tests. These tests may be required by some colleges in the United States, especially the more competitive ones. By scoring well on these tests, you make yourself more competitive for entrance and scholarship at U.S. colleges. SAT is also called the Reasoning Test. Previously, the SAT was known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, or SAT I. The SAT Reasoning Test consists of Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. The test is scored out of 2400 points with each section worth 800 points. It is a paper based exam. The cost for SAT is $75. The test is offered five or six times a year and you should register well in advance to appear for the test due to limited seats. There are three test centers in Nepal: Lincoln School, Rato Bangala School and St. Xavier’s School. Please note that on a single test date, you can either take the SAT Reasoning Test or the SAT Subject Tests. Registration Log on to www.collegeboard.com and create a username and password in order to register. After creating a username and password, you can register online with an international credit card. If you do not have an international credit card, you can use the services provided by some local banks, which can help you register for the test via their international credit card. Paper registration is also possible (you would send a bank draft and the paper registration form to the SAT Program). Please visit USEF-Nepal to collect a paper registration form and guide.

Sending score reports

You can send your SAT scores up to four colleges and universities for free. In order to send the scores, upload the names of colleges or universities on your Collegeboard.com profile. If you fail to provide the names within the time limit given, or if you wish to order additional score reports, the charge is $10 per report ACT. ACT stands for the American College Test. It is a fairly new test for Nepali students as it recently started in Nepal. The test is paper-based and consists of Reading, Science, Mathematics, and an optional Writing section. It is more of a curriculum based test. The total score for the ACT is 36 points. The cost of ACT is $59 without the writing section; including the writing section, it costs $74. If you wish to take the writing exam, you must choose a test in October, December or April. The ACT is offered five to six times a year. The test centers for the ACT are Lincoln School and Rato Bangala School. Registration Log on to www.actstudent.org and create a username and password. After creating a username and password, you can register online with an international credit card. If you do not have an international credit card, you can use the services provided by some local banks, which can help you register for the test via their international credit card. Sending score reports Students can send their ACT scores to up to four colleges and universities for free. In order to send the scores, upload the names of colleges or universities in your ACT online profile. Additional test score reports cost $9 per report. SAT Subject Tests Scores from the SAT Subject Tests (previously known as SAT II) help U.S. colleges evaluate a student’s skills in different subjects. There are fifteen various tests a student can choose from, and all are paper-based. Students from Nepal usually take Subject Tests in Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics levels 1 and 2. Students can take up to three subject tests per test date. Please note that on a single test date, you can either take the SAT Reasoning Test or the SAT Subject Tests. Registration Log on to www.collegeboard.com and create a username and password in order to register. After creating a username and password, you can register online with an international credit card. If you do not have an international credit card, you can use the services provided by some local banks, which can help you register for the test via their international credit card. Paper registration is also possible (you would send a bank draft and the paper registration form to the SAT Program). Please visit USEF-Nepal to collect a paper registration form and guide. Sending score reports You can send your SAT scores to up to four colleges and universities for free. In order to send the scores, upload the names of colleges or universities on your Collegeboard.com profile. If you fail to provide the names within the time limit given, or if you wish to order additional score reports, the charge is $10 per report.