TEST PREPARATION PROGRAMS – SAT
SAT is taken by high school students who wish to pursue higher education in the US. SAT scores also determine a student’s eligibility to receive academic scholarships. Starting this May 2016, the NEW SAT will be launched as well for international test takers and Kaplan has all the new materials ready to prepare you score high on the test.
Compare SAT Specifications
Get an overview of how the new SAT differs from the one students took before . The first table compares the major features. The second table compares the number of items and testing times in each part.
How the SAT works?
The SAT lasts 3 hours and 45 minutes and tests your critical thinking skills, as well as your ability to analyze and solve problems in math, critical reading, and writing. The 25-minute essay will always be the first section you see, and the 10-minute multiple choice writing section will always be the last. The other sections can appear in any order.
The SAT is graded on a 2400-point scale, with the Math, Critical Reading and Writing sections all worth 200-800 points each.
Comparison of the Major Features: Pre-March-2016 SAT and New SAT