SAT Preparation Tips
SAT, Scholastic Aptitude Test is an undergraduate level test. It is a reasoning test which assesses the abilities of students for various sections- Writing, Reading comprehension, and Math.
Being an important test and a proof of college readiness, it is necessary that you prepare in an planned and organized manner. It is necessary that you make a strategy and follow it. SAT has two versions: 1. SAT and 2. SAT Subject Test. A candidate can take either test or both the test. You are advised to check with individual colleges for SAT requirements. SAT Score is mandatory to write college admission application and apply for scholarships.
The SAT Test is scored on a scaled score of 200 – 800. SAT Test date does not affect test score of candidate. A candidate P scoring 400 on a given test date will have same merit as another candidate Q scoring 400 on another test date. However, to distinguish between candidates scoring similar marks a percentile score is supplied. A 60 percentile means you did better than remaining 60% of the test takers.
You can take SAT test on any schedule date at your location. Colleges and Scholarship providers requires that your score should be sent by College Board to them. You can ask College Board to send SAT Score Report to related institutions.
It is known fact that in the SAT question paper, the order of the question is easy to difficult. Try attempting the easy ones first. SAT exam is all dedication and hard work. With the right planning and a positive approach one can pass SAT exam successfully and choose the best college.