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 About SAT Exam

The SAT is a  standardized test widely used for  college admissions in the  United States. Since it was debuted by the College Board in 1926, its name and  scoring have changed several times; originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it was later called the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT I: Reasoning Test, then the SAT Reasoning Test, then simply the SAT.


SAT exam has been developed to evaluate the written, verbal and mathematical skills of the candidates. Applicants aspire to pursue undergraduate courses, particularly in the US and Canada, are required to take the SAT exam. If the student is looking to get admission to a particular course, she/he can take the  SAT subject tests to show his knowledge and understanding of that particular subject.

SAT is a pencil-paper based test that assesses a candidate’s skills and knowledge of the education received in high school


There are no specific eligibility criteria set by the College Board, the body that conducts and manages the SAT exam. However, it can be taken by students who are in high school. Students who want to apply for undergraduate studies abroad are required to have successfully completed their high school education to move to the next level of their learning.

Age Limit

Candidates should be informed that there is no minimum or maximum age criteria fixed for students wanting to appear for the exam.


There are no restrictions set by the College Board, students can take the SAT exam as many times as they want

SAT Exam Pattern



Number of Questions

Time Limit (min.)

Score Range

Reading and Writing

Reading Test




Writing and Language Test




Math without Calculator




Math with Calculator







2 to 8




(155 with Essay)


(230 with essay)




Reading Test

  • 52 multiple choice questions in 5 passages to be attempted in 65 minutes
  • One literary passage from American or International work of fiction like short stories or novels
  • One passage or a pair of passages from U.S. founding documents or Great Global Conversation on topics like freedom, justice and human dignity
  • A selection of passages on economics, psychology, sociology, etc.
  • Two passages from work of science
  • Students are required to read the passage and answer the question by telling a story or making an argument or explaining a study or experiment


Types of Questions

Questions of this section are divided into three categories:

  • Information and Ideas - Questions focusing on the main idea of the passage, directly or indirectly
  • Rhetoric - Questions asking about the meaning , style or tone conveyed by the author
  • Synthesis - Questions asking to draw conclusions and make connections between two passages or between passages and informational graphs like tables, graphs, and charts, accompany some passages


Writing and Language Test

  • 44 multiple choice questions in 4 passages to be attempted in 35 minutes
  • Requires students to revise and edit passages
  • Topics explored are career, science, humanities, history and social science
  • Passage writing modes are narrative, argumentative and informative/explanatory
  • At least one passage on each of the above writing modes is present


Types of Questions

Questions asked are from the following two categories:

  • Expression of Idea - Improve the structure, organization and how the idea is being articulated in the passage as well as the overall effectiveness of language  
  • Standard English Conventions - Reorganize and fix errors in sentence structure, grammar, usage and punctuation


SAT Mathematics

  • Comprised of two sub parts - math with calculator and math without calculator
  • 58 questions to be attempted in 80 minutes
  • 80% questions are multiple choice while 20% are grid ins
  • Math with calculator has 30 multiple choice questions and 8 grid in questions
  • Math without calculator has 15 multiple choice questions and 5 grid in questions
  • A set of formula and references are provided at the beginning of the test
  • The section is given specific attention for students going for science, technology, engineering or math
  • Questions are framed in real life settings on topics from science, social science, and career contexts.


Type of Questions

Math sections comprise of questions categories into three different areas of math:

  • Heart of Algebra - create, manipulate and solve algebraic equations like linear equations and systems
  • Problem Solving and Data Analysis - interpret graphs and table and solve problems in real world situations using ratios, percentages and proportional reasoning 
  • Passport to Advance Math - Work on, manipulate and solve complex mathematics equations and function

Majorly comprised of questions from the above topics, the sections also have questions from additional topics in math which includes –

  • Area and Volume
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Basic Trigonometry


SAT Essay

  • Essay is optional but is required by most colleges to get a deeper insight into a student’s personality and his/her thought process
  • You must pay charges additional to basic SAT registration fee to take the Essay section
  • Students are required to write an essay on the topic given based on a passage within 50 minutes
  • Students must consider and explain how the author evidence, reasoning and styling elements to make the passage convincing in their essays
  • Three separate scores on a range of 2-8 is given
  • The essay sections helps students assess their skills in –
    • Reading - how well a student could comprehend the passage
    • Analysis - how well a student analyzed the author’s argument in the passage
    • Writing - how well a student could structure his/her response


Types of Questions

The passage for essay in every SAT may vary, however, all the passages consist of the following points:

  • Written for a broad audience
  • Argue a point
  • Express subtle views on complex subjects
  • Use logical reasoning and evidence to support claims
  • Examine ideas, debates, or trends in the arts and sciences, or civic, cultural, or political life
  • Always taken from published works




  • SAT Official Website
  • ü  SAT Exam Fee$96.50 without the essay and $113.50 with essay
  • SAT Exam Conducted By : The College Board, (New York, USA)
  • ü  SAT Exam is also accepted By : The United Kingdom and Australia
  • SAT Exam Score Range : 400-1600 points

Success Dreams Education -  SAT Exam Class Schedule



Weekdays / Regular Students

Weekend / Part Time Students




Course Duration

3 Months + Revision (Till Exam)

4 Months + Revision (Till Exam)

Days of Class

Monday to Friday & Saturday

Saturday & Sunday

Duration of Class

3 Hours per day

5 Hours per day

Weekly off


  Monday to Friday

Batch Timing

10 AM – 01 PM

10 AM – 03 PM


12 PM – 03 PM

12 PM –  05 PM


02 PM – 05 PM


Monthly Mock Test

Last Saturday of the Month

Last Sunday of the Month

Total Full Length Mock Test – After Completion of Syllabus

10 -15 Papers

(It can be varies  as per availability of remaining time between syllabus completion & exam dates)

Residential/Hostel Facilities 

Nearby Success Dreams Education Campus –  Separate PG’s for Boys & Girls(Cost of PG’s ranging from Rs 7000  to Rs 10000 per month that includes three times meal.)