The Scholastic Aptitude Test is a Standardized test that measures verbal, mathematical and analytical skills. It is planned to help the graduate schools (of all fields other than business) assess the potential of applicants for advanced study. The Board is a national nonprofit membership association whose mission is to prepare, inspire, and connect students to college and opportunity, with a commitment to excellence and equity. The Board is composed of more than 4,200 schools, colleges, universities, and other educational organizations. Each year, the College Board serves more than three million students and their parents, 22,000 high schools, and 3,500 colleges through major programs and services in college admissions, guidance, assessment, financial aid, enrollment, and teaching and learning. A board of trustees composed of 31 members, seven of whom are ex-officers, governs the College Board. The SAT is given seven times a year at thousands of testing centers throughout the world.
The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test/Scholastic Assessment Test) Reasoning Test examines both the students’ English and Math’s skills. English is tested in the verbal sections which includes critical reading and writing tasks. The Writing portion of the SAT includes an Essay component, which is scored on a scale from 2 to 12. Each of the three sections is scored on a range from 200 to 800 points, for a total possible combined score of 2400 points. It is a standardized exam that is required for college admissions at the majority of colleges and universities in English speaking countries.

SAT Preparation at EGE

1. 5 weeks of classes
2. An hour of instruction daily from Monday to Friday. (Both English & Math each )
3. Saturday is a holiday
4. Sunday is for full length testing.
Scholarships Available:
1. There’s a scholarship for everyone at AEC. Ask the friendly counselor on duty what YOUR scholarship is worth.
FREE Materials:
1. You get a FREE book (Barron’s) and CD.
Teaching Tools:
1. LCD Projector, Lab, and Conventional.
2. Most lessons are taught conventionally because SAT is a paper based test.
• Air Conditioned comfort.
• Dozens of tests in books for your practice.
• Borrowing facility also available for students who have a premier membership in the library.

Format The SAT is a 3 hours and 45 minutes test. Only three hours and twenty minutes of the test count toward your score-- the experimental section is not scored. There are ten sections in the test.

Section Type of Questions Length
Reading (3 sections)

19  Sentence Completions

48  Reading Comprehension

67  Total Questions

70 Mins.
Writing (3 sections)

49 Grammar

1 Essay

49 Total Questions + Essay

60 Mins.
Math (3 sections)

44 Multiple-choice

10 Grid-ins

54 Total Questions

70 Mins.
Experimental Reading, Writing, or Math’s 25 Mins.
Total:   3:45 Mins

NOTE: The order of the format is not fixed: the sections can occur in any order

Subscribe Now





Callback Request WordPress