What is SAT?
The SAT® is a standardized test that measures mathematical, reading and writing skills of students aspiring to undergo their undergraduate studies in India and abroad. The test has 4 sections – Reading, Writing & Language, Math–No calculator and Math-Calculator. It also has an additional optional Essay section. The test intends to aid universities in assessing the potential of applicants for higher education. That is why more than 4000 colleges in US, India and 84 other countries accept SAT scores for admission to their programs. The examination is entirely paper-based and scored on scale from 400 to 1600. However, the SAT® score alone does not guarantee a student’s admission – the test is but one of the many factors taken into consideration during the holistic review of an applicant’s profile.
What is the scoring scale for the SAT®?
- The Mathematics section is scored on a scale of 200-800
- The Critical Reading section is scored on a scale of 200-800
- The Essay is scored separately on a scale of 2-8
- The entire SAT® test score ranges from 400-1600
SAT Preparation Course
The SAT is taken by students who are aiming to pursue their undergraduate degree from a highly ranked university, especially in the USA. The SAT is a 4-hour test divided into two main sections, English and Math, as well as an optional Essay section. The new SAT pattern is much appreciated by many students at Brighter Prep, who report really high scores. Brighter Prep’s SAT Preparation Course runs for 6-Weeks and is followed by Review Classes twice a week until the upcoming Test Date. At Brighter Prep, our priority has always been our students We contribute to their learning experience by teaching not just the concepts, but also the strategies of time management and quick decision making.
SAT Coaching (Weekends)
LLCC hand holds students for SAT prep and also provides guidelines for the application process and portfolio building. We provide sessions as per the individual’s requirements, offering group courses, one on one courses, and specially designed school group tutoring.
SAT Test Centers Dubai Sharjah and Abu Dhabi UAE.
SAT SCORE & ADMISSIONS
What is the good SAT score for admission?
For any student, Test is over but stress exists is a common sentence. You are yet not aware of how will your SAT score look like. How will your SAT score be perceived by colleges? You may be worries to retake the SAT. As said, every problem has a solution. We at Brighter prep help you get answers to all your questions and relax you better than any therapy would. We create a stress-free zone for students to focus on learning and performing and leaving everything else to us.
Do you know?
Although old SAT was scored out of 2400 unlike the new SAT of 1600, your score of 2400 is still is valid till next four years to apply.
Let’s look at SAT 2016. What is the good score?
It is important for our students to know that 1000 is the average score. This means that if you are scoring 1000 on new SAT you are scoring better than half of the SAT test takers but there is another half that is better than you. Saying so, you must have inferred that 1200 and above is a good SAT score to look at. However, to what extend is this score good for your target universities is another question that we can help you answer. Consider a student who is academically superb. Studies all day to get admission in one of the top universities and get a score of 1600. At the same time, you might be a pop star or national footballer. You have to balance the time you have among studies, extracurricular, and then our favourite test SAT. What do you think- will the university.
Application process will be fair or biased with you?
And this is your AAHaa moment. The universities are finally not that bad. You will for sure be given some leverage. After all you will be helping your university represent in your area. You will be helping other students such as our 1600 scorer to live a little more than books.
Again, we at brighter prep make sure that our students present the applications in the best possible way. We will help you find the answer to what is your high score.
With our one on one guidance sessions you will know exactly what to do, when to do and how to do.
SAT Subject Preparation
SAT – II Subject Tests are taken by students, apart from the general SAT, to demonstrate their mastery of specific subjects such as English, History, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, and foreign languages.
Most Colleges and Universities usually require students to take between 2 and 3 SAT Subject Tests. The content of each test is not based on any one approach or curriculum but rather evolves to reflect current trends in high school course work. There is one score per test, on a scale of 200-800.
All the questions are exclusively multiple-choice. Some language tests involve a listening component.
SAT Subject Tests are the only national admission tests that measure students’ knowledge and skills in particular subject areas, and their ability to apply that knowledge. They are closely linked to the high school curriculum and have a proven track record of providing colleges with a highly reliable, objective assessment of student readiness for college-level work. The SAT Subject Tests give students an additional opportunity to distinguish themselves and showcase their skills in a particular subject area.
The SAT Subject Test in Physics, Physics SAT II, or simply the Physics SAT, is a one-hour multiple choice test on physics administered by The College Board in the United States. A high school student generally chooses to take the test to fulfill college entrance requirements for the schools at which the student is planning to apply.
The SAT Subject tests spread cross five different areas: Mathematics, English, Science, Languages and History, with a total of 20 subjects to choose from. Each tests lasts for one hour and is scored out of 800. They are administered on the same dates as the SAT test, at the same centers.
Students can choose which Subject Tests they wish to take, as well as how many. Most schools that require these tests are asking for 2 results, and they should preferably be from different areas. In choosing the subject you should consider your strengths, your passion as well as the particular major you are applying for.
Subject Tests are a great opportunity for you to showcase your knowledge in a certain area, which will convince the schools of your passion for the study discipline you wish to pursue. And since they are subjects you have been learning about in school, it should not be too much out of your comfort zone. Preparations for SAT Subject Tests revolves around understanding the strategies and approach, and with the proper guidance, you can achieve impressive scores.