SAT Scholastic Aptitude Test (9th to 12th grade)
The SAT is an entrance exam administered by the College Board required by most colleges as a part of the admissions process. Your children’s SAT score is a key component of their college applications. The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college, and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. Overall, the higher the student score on the SAT, the more college options and scholarship will be available to them.
|SAT Sections test||SAT Length||Highest SAT Score||Average SAT Score||SAT Cost|
|Math||3 hours (3 hours 50 minutes if taking optional Essay)||1600 points||1060 points||$46 ( $60 if taking optional Essay)|
|Evidence-Based Reading and Writing|
*The SAT also includes an optional Essay section, which some colleges may require applicants to complete the SAT Essay. SAT Essay scores are reported separately from overall test scores. You can confirm each college’s admissions policies on the school website or a link in our website.
Although most students take the SAT examination at the end of their Junior year or the beginning of their Senior years, it is advised to start preparing ahead of time. Studies shown that geometry is an essential part of the examination. Especially, most student take geometry during ninth grade or tenth grade, by the time they start studying for SAT during Junior year or Senior year, they would forget most of it. Not just Geometry, but every part of the examination requires students to put in efforts and acquire skills for problem solving in reading comprehension, mathematic, and vocabulary. To ensure students to get high SAT scores, allow Weibo Elite program to help your children reach their highest potential in all areas on the SAT examination.