The SAT is a Standardized test globally used for college admission in the United States. It is originally called the scholastic aptitude Test. A number of US and Canadian universities use this test for the undergraduate admission process. The SAT is owned by the College Board and by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). The Sat consists of the general SAT reasoning test and SAT Subject test
SAT REASONING TEST:
The SAT Reasoning test is three hours and 45 Minutes and it qualifies skills in three areas: writing, critical reading and math. The test is scored out of 2400 Points with each section worth 800 points .It is a paper based exam. The cost for SAT without writing is $98.50 and the SAT with writing is $113.50.The test is offered five or six times a year and a candidate should register well in advance to appear for the test due to limited seats. It is important to note that on a single test date. The candidate can either take the SAT reasoning Test or the SAT subject test.
SAT SUBJECT TEST
The SAT Subject test is used to help U.S. Colleges evaluate a student’s skills in different subjects. A student can choose from 15 various subjects and all are paper based .Students are allowed to take up to three subject test per test date. Each test is scored out of 800 points. Students are obliged to take the SAT reasoning test or the SAT Subject test on a single test date.SAT Subject tests costs $26 on a base registration fee + $49 as a regional fee + either $22 or $26 per subject depending on the subject.
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- SAT with writing: $113.50
- SAT without writing: $98.50