What Is SAT?

SAT is a globally recognised standardised test that is taken for admission at US colleges. SAT provides a yardstick for colleges to compare students for admission to their various programs. Basically, SAT is of two types. They are- SAT Reasoning Test or SAT – I and SAT subjects test. Both the SAT test patterns follow different formats to evaluate a candidate’s knowledge and hence have different SAT syllabus. The SAT Test syllabus has been set keeping in mind the requirements of the two formats. Since SAT is attempted by students who are in their high school or equivalent, the SAT syllabus is also based at that level. Hence, SAT test is based on subjects taught in high school programs. According to the SAT syllabus, the total duration of the test is 3 hours. However, candidates will be given another 50 minutes for the Essay(optional). It has three sections: Reading, Writing and Maths.

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Important Points

SAT registration fee varies from approximately from 40 $ – 55$ depending on inclusion of optional essay or not.

SAT scores on a scale of 200-800, adding up to a total of 1600

sub-scores are also given for reading, writing, and math on a scale of 10-40. Essays are scored on a scale of 2-8, and closely mimic the essence of academic texts.

MATHEMATICS – This section is 80 minutes long and has 58 questions. It has a couple of basic sub-sections: a 25-minute section (no calculator) and a 55-minute section (calculator allowed.

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– Live Sessions by Top Teachers


Mapped with school curriculum if student is studying in school


Teachers notes and assignment after every session


Personal attention and Complete interaction


Detailed chapter wise and full Syllabus Tests


Student’s convinient time of discussion is must

Method Of Preparation

Tentatives Topics To Be Covered

  • Solving linear equations and linear inequalities

  • Interpreting linear functions

  • Linear inequality and equation word problems

  • Graphing linear equations

  • Linear function word problems

  • Systems of linear inequalities word problems  

  • Solving systems of linear equations

  • Solving quadratic equations

  • Interpreting nonlinear expressions

  • Quadratic and exponential word problems

  • Radicals and rational exponents

  • Operations with rational expressions and polynomials

  • Polynomial factors and graphs

  • Nonlinear equation graphs

  • Linear and quadratic systems

  • Structure in expressions

  • Isolating quantities

  • Functions

  • Ratios, rates, and proportions

  • Percents

  • Units

  • Table data

  • Scatterplots

  • Key features of graphs

  • Linear and exponential growth

  • Data inferences

  • Center, spread, and shape of distributions

  • Data collection and conclusions

  • Volume word problems

  • Right Triangle word problems

  • Congruence and similarity

  • Right triangle geometry

  • Angles, arc lengths, and trig functions

  • Circle: Equations and theorems

  • Complex numbers

Overview – SAT

Tips For Exam

  • Read any instructions carefully

  • Pay attention to the question rather than writing everything you know

  • Give yourself planning time, You don’t have to spend the whole time writing.  You can spend time thinking

  • Practice previous exam questions

  • Don’t panic if you think you have gone blank