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Step one of your SAT exam preparation is getting familiar with the SAT exam's structure and pattern. The SAT exam is a 2-hour and 14-minute long test consisting of two sections, namely the Reading & Writing and Mathematics section. Both the sections further consist of two modules each. The total SAT exam score is 1600. Here's a quick overview of the SAT exam:
|Section Name||Number of Questions||Time Allotted (minutes)|
|Reading and Writing||54
Questions on the SAT Mathematics sections are based on the following topics:
|Type of Math||Number of Questions|
|Problem-Solving and Data Analysis||5–7|
|Geometry and Trigonometry||5–7|
Around 30% of Math questions are contextualised, meaning they are presented in a real-world scenario related to science, social studies, or other areas of practical application. Answering these contextualised questions, also known as "word problems," involves utilising your mathematical skills and knowledge in conjunction with an understanding of the given context to arrive at the correct solution.
The Reading and Writing section of the exam comprises passages of various lengths, ranging from 25 to 150 words. These passages cover a range of topics such as literature, history/social studies, the humanities, and science.
The questions in this section of the exam fall into four content domains, including Information and Ideas, Craft and Structure, Expression of Ideas, and Standard English Conventions. The four domains consist of:
|Information and Ideas||Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs).|
|Craft and Structure||Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts.|
|Expression of Ideas||Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals.|
|Standard English Conventions||Measures the ability to edit text to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.|
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Yes! Scores on the current paper-based SAT and SAT are equivalent.
The SAT is scored on a scale of 400-1600. The sectional break up is:
No, the SAT cannot be taken from home. You can only take the SAT exam only at the designated test centres or in school.
The paper-based SAT exam has been discontinued in India from 2023 onwards and has been changed to the format completely.
The SAT exam consists of of a total of two sections, namely:
The two sections of the SAT exam have a total of 98 questions that are to be attempted in 134 minutes.
The total test duration of the SAT exam is 2 hours and 14 minutes.
The SAT exam is scored out of a total of 1600, with each section (Reading & Writing and Mathematics) being scored on a scale of 400-800.