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Scholastic Aptitude Test(SAT)

SAT-I is required to the taken by students who want to pursue undergraduate degree (Bachelor’s) in United States. It is a multiple choice Paper Based Test (PBT) taken six times a year (i.e. in October, November, December, January, May, and June).
The SAT-I includes both Verbal and Maths sections. SAT-I is therefore long and consists of seven test sections.

3 Verbal Sections

3 Maths Sections

 

Number of Questions

Time (Minutes)

Questions

Time

I

35

30

25

30

II

30

30

25

30

III

13

15

10

15

More Verbal Maths Experimental Section of 30 Minutes
The experimental section will not count towards your scores.
Type of Questions

VERBALS

NO.

MATHS

NO.

Sentence Correction

19

Problem Solving

35

Analogies

19

Quantitative Comparison

15

Critical Reasoning

40

Grid-Ins

10

Total

78

 

60

Each Section here is scored out of 800, which are added for a total score out of 1600. There are negative marks for wrong answers (only multiple choice questions).

( From more details : www.collegeboard.com )