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What is SAT?

The SAT, or Scholastic Assessment Test, is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It evaluates a student's college preparation and is designed to offer universities with a single data point to compare all candidates. The SAT measures mathematical proficiency, evidence-based reading, and writing skills. It is typically taken by high school students during their junior or senior years.

The scores obtained in the SAT are often considered along with other factors, such as high school GPA, extracurricular activities, and letters of recommendation, in the college admissions process.

Is taking the SAT still important?

Yes, For many students, especially those applying to colleges and universities in the United States, the SAT remains an important component of the admissions process.

While some institutions have made standardized tests optional in recent years, many still consider them as part of their evaluation criteria for admission. Additionally, scholarships and other forms of financial aid may also be tied to SAT scores.


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Starting from March 2024, the Digital SAT format will be introduced.

Test Date Est. Registration Deadline Date Est. Online Score Release Date Format of Test
March 9, 2024 February 23, 2024 March 25, 2024 Digital
May 4, 2024 April 19, 2024 May 20, 2024 Digital
June 1, 2024 May 16, 2024 June 17, 2024 Digital
August 24, 2024 August 8, 2024 September 9, 2024 Digital
October 5, 2024 September 19, 2024 October 21, 2024 Digital
November 2, 2024 October 17, 2024 November 18, 2024 Digital
December 7, 2024 November 21, 2024 December 23, 2024 Digital

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A detailed breakdown of the number of questions and time allocated for each section of the SAT

The digital SAT is composed of two sections: in a total of two hours and fourteen minutes, students have 64 minutes to finish the reading and writing portion and 70 minutes to do the math portion.

Each section is divided into two equal-length modules, and there is a 10-minute break between the Reading and Writing section and the Math section. The first module of each section contains a mix of easy, medium, and hard questions. Based on how students perform on the first module, the second module of questions will either be more difficult or less difficult.

Subject Time Allotted No:0f Questions
Reading and Writing 64 (two 32-minute modules) 54
Math 70 (two 35-minute modules) 44
Total 134 98


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What is ACT ?

The American College Testing (ACT) is a standardized test used for college admissions in the United States. It assesses high school students' general educational development and their ability to complete college-level work.

What is Included in ACT?

The ACT test consists of four required sections: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science. There is also an optional Writing section.

How is ACT structured?

The ACT test is approximately 3 hours and 35 minutes long for the four required sections, and adding the optional Writing section brings the total test time to about 4 hours and 35 minutes.

  • Timing: 45 minutes
  • Questions: Multiple-choice questions focused on grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and rhetorical skills. There are usually 75 questions in total.
  • Timing: 60 minutes
  • Questions: Multiple-choice questions covering pre-algebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and trigonometry. There are usually 60 questions in total.
  • Timing: 35 minutes
  • Questions: Multiple-choice questions based on passages from four different content areas: prose fiction, social studies, humanities, and natural sciences. There are typically 40 questions in total
  • Timing: 35 minutes
  • Questions: Multiple-choice questions assessing interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills in the context of scientific information. The questions are based on passages from biology, chemistry, physics, and Earth/space sciences. There are usually 40 questions in total.
Writing (Optional)
  • Timing: 40 minutes
  • Questions: One essay prompt requiring students to develop an argument and support it with relevant examples and evidence. The essay is scored separately from the other sections of the ACT.

What is the difference between SAT and ACT?

The ACT and SAT are two of the most widely used standardized tests for college admissions in the United States, but they have some differences:

  • The ACT has four sections: English, Mathematics, Reading, and Science, with an optional Writing section.
  • The SAT has two required sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (which includes Reading and Writing & Language) and Math, along with an optional Essay section.
  • The SAT has a total score ranging from 400 to 1600, combining the Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sections.
  • The SAT has a total score ranging from 400 to 1600, combining the Math and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing sections.
Question Types
  • The ACT includes multiple-choice questions in all sections, with the addition of a Science Reasoning section that tests interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem-solving skills.
  • The SAT includes multiple-choice questions as well as grid-in questions in the Math section, and the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section includes both multiple-choice questions and passage-based reading/writing tasks
  • The ACT is often considered more straightforward, with questions designed to assess what students have learned in high school.
  • The ACT is often considered more straightforward, with questions designed to assess what students have learned in high school.
  • The ACT has a slightly faster pace, with less time per question compared to the SAT.
  • The SAT provides more time per question on average.
Penalty for Wrong Answers
  • The ACT does not penalize wrong answers, so it's advantageous to answer every question.
  • The SAT deducts points for incorrect answers, which may influence test-taking strategies.
Which should a student attempt: the SAT or the ACT?

The choice between the ACT and SAT often comes down to personal preference, as well as the requirements of the colleges or universities to which a student is applying. Some students may perform better on one test over the other, so it can be beneficial to take practice tests or seek guidance from counselors to determine which exam suits them best.

Where can I find the ACT test dates?

For the exact test dates and registration for the ACT, you can visit the official ACT website ACT.org



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