Initially called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, the SAT is widely used for admissions to the undergraduate programs in the United States. There are two types of SAT exams: SAT Reasoning Test and SAT Subject tests. The SAT Reasoning test is the most commonly appeared exam for undergraduate studies, while the Subject test is for specific course selection depending upon the requirement.
|Sections||Parts and Number of Questions||Duration|
|Math (800 Marks)||38 Questions (With Calculator)|
|Verbal (800 Marks)||52 Questions - Reading|
20 Questions -
Language and Writing
|Essay Writing 50 Minutes(Optional)|
College Board, the official body which conducts the SAT exam has not stated any prerequisite for any candidate who is appearing for the examination. The candidate should decide if he/she needs to pursue the Reasoning/Subject test.