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The College Board schedules the SAT and SAT Subject Tests several times a year. Most students take the SAT for the first time during their junior year (Class XI) and a second time in their senior year(Class XII). Our consultants will calendar the upcoming tests for you and guide you to their completion.


SAT Reasoning Test :-


The SAT is a standardized test for college admissions in the United States. It is owned, developed, and published, by the College Board, a nonprofit American organization. The test is designed to assess a student's readiness for college. and includes ten sections in three fields - Mathematics, Critical Reading, and Writing. These three fields are scored out of 800 points and combined as a composite score with a maximum of 2400 points and a minimum of 600 points. Either this test or the ACT must be taken to meet the undergraduate college requirements.


SAT Subject Tests :-


SAT subject tests, also known as SAT II, are each an hour-long. They focus on a single subject in order to allow the taker to demonstrate their accomplishment and establish their interest in that field. The College Board offers 20 SAT subject tests in five general areas - English, History, Foreign Language, Mathematics and Science.


ACT :-


Instead of taking the SAT the student may opt for the ACT in order to fulfill their college admissions requirement. This test contains four mandatory curriculum and standards-based assessments in English, mathematics, reading, and science, as well as an optional writing portion. This assessment is scored out of 36 and is used as a college admissions and placement test by measuring the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in college.


AP Exams :-


Advanced Placement (AP) classes are college level courses available to high school students. These classes are year-long and the curriculum is significantly more difficult and in-depth than curriculum presented in regular college preparatory classes. Students sit for exams in May and are scored out of 5 based on their understanding of the subject. AP courses stand out in the admissions process because most four-year American colleges, as well as several universities in 60 other countries, give students course credit on the basis of their AP exams scores. AP credits earned can provide students with the time to move into upper level courses, to pursue a double major, or to study abroad.




The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is widely recognized as an efficient and accurate predictor of a student's capabilities and skills in graduate level studies. This exam consists of four main sections—Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal- and is completed within three and a half hours. The GMAT is adjusted to your individual abilities, which both shortens the time it takes to complete the exam and establishes a higher level of accuracy than a fixed test.


GRE :-


The Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) is a standardized test that is an admissions requirement for many graduate schools in the United States. This exam aims to measure the takers general skills in verbal and quantitative reasoning, analytical writing, and critical thinking. The emphasis placed on GRE scores varies widely between schools and between school departments.




The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is a requirement for all international students. It is recognized by more than 8,500 institutions in more than 130 countries as the most accurate measurement of the taker's grasp of the English language.





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