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  • Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) 2014: Register Now

    Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) 2014: Register Now

    Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), the globally recognised college admission test, is scheduled on October 11, 2014. SAT scores are considered by US colleges or universities for admissions to undergraduate programmes. SAT tests students' knowledge of reading, writing and mathematics and is also considered as a yardstick at many leading US firms for candidates seeking employability.

    Ten top ranked colleges of the US according to the SAT scores accepted last year

    Institute Average SAT Scores
    California Institute of Technology 1545
    University of Chicago 1515
    Harvard University 1505
    Princeton University 1505
    Yale University 1500
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1500
    Vanderbilt University 1490
    Franklin W Olin College of Engineering 1489
    Washington University in St Louis 1485
    Harvey Mudd College 1480
    Columbia University in New York City 1480

    Eligibility Criteria:
    Anyone who has completed schooling from any recognised Indian board or university can sit for the exam.

    To Apply :

    SET Paper Pattern:

    The SAT comprises 10 testing sections. The first section includes a 25-minute essay while the last section will have 10-minute multiple-choice writing.
    Sections two through seven are of 25 minutes and sections eight and nine are of 20 minutes. All test booklets given to the students will be entirely different.

    SAT 1: This part includes Reading, Writing and Mathematics. The total marks are 2400 and the scores are reported on a scale between200 to 800. In order to get admission in a reputed college, scoring 500 marks in each section is very important.

    SAT 2: The next paper is a subject test which is also a 2400-mark paper. Score is reported on a scale between 200 to 800.

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