All You Need to Know About the SAT and Undergraduate Study Abroad
The SAT or the Scholastic Assessment Test is a competitive entrance test for undergraduate admissions to the universities/colleges in the United States. It is owned, developed, and published by the College Board; a private, non-profit corporation in the U.S. It is conducted seven times a year; in August, October, November, December, March, May and June. The students are tested on Math, Reading and Writing skills for a total of 1600 marks, where the score for each section ranges from 200 to 800 points. Like any other competitive exam, acing the SAT requires proper planning, practice and implementation.
There is a good percentage of students in India who aspire to pursue their undergraduate study abroad. They ideally take the SAT in their 11th or 12th grade. In a recent webinar, we had the wonderful opportunity to interact with a set of highly focused school going students who were eager to learn all about the test and foreign education programs.
We began with clarifying how completing a degree abroad is clearly a rewarding experience both professionally and in the personal sphere when compared to the exposure received in our country. The session boosted the confidence of the students who cleared even the most trivial of their doubts and were reassured of their choices. We also discussed about the three different SAT tests and the suitable takers for each of them.
Let us take a look at the SAT registration deadlines:
After successfully cracking the SAT, the next step is to shortlist the right course and university and start the application procedure. Our webinar also touched upon the obstacles involved in the process. The timeline for getting the upcoming Fall admit after cracking SAT would look like this:
All the competitive exams involve challenges and Success is gauged by how one can overcome all of them, in the smartest way possible. Galvanize Test Prep with our experience and resources strives to achieve exactly that.
You can watch the recording of the webinar below to know more about the SAT and our prep solutions.