SAT Coaching classes in mumbai

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The SAT or Scholastic Assessment Test is a general test of verbal and quantitative reasoning for admissions to undergraduate programs in US universities. Most colleges in the United States consider SAT scores as an important factor in the admissions process. Many universities require applicants to take SAT II test also. Many colleges use the SAT Subject Tests for admission and to advise students about course selection. Some colleges specify the SAT Subject Tests that they require for admission while others allow applicants to select which tests to take. This test is conducted five times a year in India. The test score is valid for five years. SAT evaluates a student’s ability to process information and solve problems. The SAT reasoning test consists of ten sections: three writing section, three critical reading section, three maths section and one variable section. The writing section consists of two 25-minutes section one 10 minutes .The writing section includes an essay multiple choice questions. The essay measures a student’s ability to develop express a point of view on an issue. Multiple choice questions in writing needs students to recognize sentence error improve paragraphs. The critical reading section consists of two 25-minutes section one 20 minutes section This section tests students reading skills such as identifying main supporting ideas, determining the meaning of the word and understanding author’s purpose. The maths section consists of two 25-minutes section one 20-minutes section In this section students are tested on their skills in arithmetic, geometry, algebra data analysis. There are two types of questions within the math section: multiple choice student produced responses. Each question carries one mark. One-fourth mark is deducted on every multiple choice questions answered incorrectly. Sat test also consist of one variable section of 25 minutes. This section may have critical reading, mathematics or writing questions. It does not count towards the final score. Each question carries one mark. One-fourth mark is deducted on every multiple choice questions answered incorrectly. The best way to get ready for the SAT is to take challenging courses, study hard, and read and write in and outside of the classroom. For success in the SAT exam one has to go through the rigorous study pattern. Hence it is advisable to join good SAT classes that will explain every topic from the very minute detail. Also the SAT classes will plan out a proper schedule for you so that you can maximize your score. Share Bookmark on Delicious Recommend on Facebook Buzz it up Share on Linkedin Share via MySpace Share on Orkut share via Reddit Share on identica Share with Stumblers Share on technorati Tumblr it Tweet about it Print for later Bookmark in Browser
 
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