The SAT is an acronym for Scholastic Aptitude Test. It is a paper-based standardised test that is required for admission to the majority of colleges and universities in the United States.

High SAT scores will improve your chances of being accepted to prestigious universities and receiving scholarship offers.

SAT exam consists of questions from Mathematics and English.

The purpose of SAT examinations is to evaluate a student's academic skills that have grown over the course of their school years.

In order to pursue further education in the United States, high school students (aged 16 to 18) should take the SAT exam.

SAT  syllabus – Mathematics – Reading Test ( English ) – Writing (English)

The SAT Math contains the following topics 1. Algebra and functions 2. Advanced Arithmetic 3. Geometry 4. Data analysis & graphs

The SAT  consists of three critical reading sections: 1. Reading comprehension 2. Sentence completions 3. Paragraph-length critical reading

The SAT writing portions will evaluate your abilities to improve writing examples, recognise writing problems, and write a clear, logical essay on your own.