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  • Dev Patel
    SAT 1390
  • Hitarth Shah
    SAT 1490
  • Karthik
    SAT 1540
  • Koushank Ahuja
    SAT 1520
  • Naima Gupta
    SAT 1540
  • Nehansh Saxena
    SAT 1450
  • Pramey Kabra
    SAT 1470
  • Sera Gandhi
    SAT 1500
  • Shreyas Kumar
    SAT 1530
  • Suhani Yadav
    SAT 1520
  • Vishwakrit Choradia
    SAT 1550
  • Yash Bhargawa
    SAT 1390
  • Adit Bhardwaj
    SAT 1460
  • Akshat Singh
    SAT 1460
  • Dev Patel
    SAT 1390
  • Hitarth Shah
    SAT 1490
  • Karthik
    SAT 1540
  • Koushank Ahuja
    SAT 1520
  • Naima Gupta
    SAT 1540
  • Nehansh Saxena
    SAT 1450
  • Pramey Kabra
    SAT 1470
  • Sera Gandhi
    SAT 1500
  • Shreyas Kumar
    SAT 1530
  • Suhani Yadav
    SAT 1520
  • Vishwakrit Choradia
    SAT 1550
  • Yash Bhargawa
    SAT 1390
  • Adit Bhardwaj
    SAT 1460
  • Akshat Singh
    SAT 1460

SAT Overview

Minimum Effort. Maximum Results

Why Choose Jamboree for SAT Test Prep?

The best and the most experienced faculty for the SAT test prep

The most effective content for score improvement

Simplified teaching methodology to maximize your speed and accuracy

Regular progress tracking and discussion to strengthen your weak areas

Personalized attention through Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions

26 actual SAT full length tests with proctoring

Our Students Can’t Stop Talking About Us

At Jamboree, I was able to develop the specific skills required to score well on the SAT. I feel that Jamboree's authentic content and experienced English faculty were available at all hours and were extremely helpful in helping me tackle my weaknesses.

Vishwakrit Choradia

SAT Score: 1550

Jamboree really helped me with Verbal, my verbal section score in practice tests before Jamboree used to be around 590 but after Jamboree my score went up to 700+.

Karthik

SAT Score: 1540

I aimed at getting a good SAT score and Jamboree helped me achieve it. Their SAT program has a planned and well-designed curriculum that catered to all my preparation needs. The faculty was well experienced and greatly supported me through my journey.

Naima Gupta

SAT Score: 1540

Working with me is the most grinding task because I have a complete let go attitude, but Jamboree invested so much time and effort in me and my application. Jamboree has left an extremely positive and affirmative impact on me that I'll recommend it to everyone.

Koushank Ahuja

SAT Score: 1520

A wonderful institute with amazing teachers! They make your preparation smooth and cater to all your personal needs. I'm thoroughly impressed with their services and indeed would acknowledge the huge role that they have played in helping me get 1520.

Suhani Yadav

SAT Score: 1520

Great faculty and staff! Very helpful and encouraging! The teaching and practice material is up to date and they also have a very well-organized syllabus. Overall a great institute! I highly recommend Jamboree for SAT prep.

Sera Gandhi

SAT Score: 1500

Jamboree has not only been an SAT prep Institute for me, it has been an experience. The personal affection I got here was unparalleled. Irrespective of scores, the teachers encouraged me to focus on learning as a result of which, I was able to improvise myself to a great extent.

Hitarth Shah

SAT Score: 1490

This is definitely the best coaching for SAT. The faculty put in hours and hours of time to make sure that we completely understand the concepts. I saw a change of 250+ points in my test after joining Jamboree.

Pramey Kabra

SAT Score: 1470

I prepared for the SAT with Jamboree for a month before I gave the test. Under the guidance of the stellar faculty at the center, I was able to jump my score by about 150 points. The teachers really helped me clear concepts that were previously ambiguous, and it benefited me a lo t. read more

Nehansh Saxena

SAT Score: 1450

SAT - Everything You Need to Know

The SAT is a standardized, multiple-choice, paper-based test used by most U.S. colleges and universities for admissions. SAT scores can also be used to determine scholarship eligibility. The SAT® measures the mathematical, reading, and writing skills of students applying for undergraduate degrees in India and abroad. The test has 4 sections – Reading, Writing & Language, Math–No calculator, and Math-Calculator. The test intends to aid universities in assessing applicants' potential for higher education. That is why more than 4000 colleges in the US, India, and 84 other countries accept SAT scores for admission to their programs. The examination is entirely paper-based and scored on a scale of 400 to 1600. Digital SAT will be launched soon in January 2023. The SAT® score alone does not guarantee a student's admission, but it is one of the many factors taken into consideration during the holistic review of an applicant's profile

The test is administered by the College Board (www.collegeboard.com), an independent body based in the US, and is conducted 5 times a year in India. The test is administered in India every August, October, December, March, and May. To know the exact testing dates, please visit www.collegeboard.com

What is the scoring scale for the SAT?

  1. The Mathematics section is scored on a scale of 200-800
  2. The Critical Reading section is scored on a scale of 200-800
  3. The entire SAT® test score ranges from 400-1600
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Section Time Questions
Writing & Language 65 52
Reading 35 44
Math 80 58

The Reading Test

The Reading Test presents five reading passages followed by multiple-choice questions about each passage.

The five passages on the Reading Test include four standalone passages and one pair of passages that you read together. The standalone passages and the paired set are each 500–750 words. The passages are drawn from the following types of documents: 

  • 1 literary passage from a work of fiction. 
  • 1 or 2 passages from a U.S. founding document or a text in the Great Global Conversation they inspired. An example of a founding document would be the U.S. Constitution. The Great Global Conversation refers to works from around the world that focus on topics such as freedom, justice, or human dignity. A speech by Nelson Mandela would be an example.  
  • 1 passage from a work of economics, psychology, sociology, or some other social science. 
  • 2 passages from scientific works that examine foundational concepts and developments in Earth science, biology, chemistry, or physics. 

Writing & Language Test

The Writing and Language test is a multiple-choice test in which you read passages and find and fix mistakes and weaknesses. 

This part of the SAT is 35 minutes long, includes 4 passages, and contains 44 multiple-choice questions.  

The 4 passages on the test are each 400–450 words. The complexity of the passages varies: some are more challenging and others more straightforward.

The passages are about a variety of topics, including careers, science, the humanities, and history and social studies.

The purpose and format of each passage varies:

  • At least 1 is a narrative, meaning it describes events in a storylike way. This passage is not a work of fiction, but it could be a nonfiction account of an historical event, or it might describe the sequence of events in a scientific experiment.
  • The other passages are either argumentative, meaning they try to convince or persuade the reader of something, or else informative and explanatory.

Some of the passages contain charts, graphs, or infographics that you interpret together with the written part of the passage.

Math

The Math Test is divided into two parts: a no-calculator portion and a calculator portion. In both portions, most of the test is multiple-choice, but some of the questions at the end ask you to write the answer (these are called “grid-ins”). Everyday formulas are provided for you to use.

Human Excellence Meets Artificial Intelligence

Interactive HD Videos

Get access to pre-recorded videos that cover all the concepts tested on the SAT, followed by practice quizzes.

Doubt Clearing Sessions

The online portal makes it easy to schedule doubt clearing sessions (general or 1-on-1) at your convenience.

Customized Study Plan

Keep yourself on track with a customized SAT study plan based on your target test date. 

SAT Free Resources

SAT Quiz

Take the SAT Mini Quiz to get a better idea of how you will do on the SAT. 

Demo Videos

Get free access to videos which cover tips, tricks, knowledge, and concepts to help you ace the SAT.

Study Planner

Identify your strengths and weaknesses for different concepts tested on the SAT. Discuss your performance with faculty and get a personalized SAT study plan.

Syllabus Download

Download the SAT syllabus to get acquainted with everything that SAT will test you on. 

Full-Length Practice Test

Jamboree's SAT practice tests have been specifically designed for students who want to gauge their test preparedness. 

SAT FAQs

The SAT exam fee for Indian students is USD 104 (without essay) and USD 117 (with essay).
SAT is held in India in August, October, December, March and May.
It is one of the various criteria that admission committees looks at. However, a good SAT score does improve your chances of getting admission and financial aid.
You can register online or by mail. The detailed information about registering for the SAT can be found at https://www.collegeboard.org/
SAT can be taken an unlimited number of times. (It is highly advisable not to appear for SAT too many times as it may affect the applicant’s candidature).
Your SAT score will be valid for 5 years from the date the test was taken.
  • The Mathematics section is scored on a scale of 200-800
  • The Critical Reading section is scored on a scale of 200-800
  • The Essay is scored separately on a scale of 2-8
  • The entire SAT score ranges from 400-1600
The scores are available within 3 weeks after the exam date.
Almost all the universities take the best score.
You should be ready with your SAT scores at the time of applying to universities. The College Board also says that sending scores very early shows colleges that you are a very interested applicant.
A lot of the top 50 colleges require or recommend the essay. The exhaustive list of colleges that require the essay in the SAT can be found at:https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/college-essay-policies.
A lot of students take both exams and send the best score to universities. In fact, for students targeting the top 10-15 universities in the US, this is a highly recommended strategy.

If you do not want to take both SAT and ACT, then the scientific approach will be to take an SAT diagnostic test and an ACT diagnostic test, and then pick the one in which you performed better.

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