The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is a recognized university admission test in the USA. It tests your knowledge of reading, writing and mathematics. Many universities use the SAT test scores to make admission decision.
The SAT I tests your reading, writing and mathematics. The critical reading section includes reading passages and sentence completion.
The writing section includes a short entry and multiple choice questions on identifying errors and improving grammar image.
The mathematics section includes questions on arithmetic operation, algebra, geometry, statistics and probability.
The test lasts for about 4 hours, so plan your day to have no serious engagement.
SAT test/exam registration in Nigeria is usually done about 8-10 weeks before the intended exam date.
SAT II is a subject based test that lasts for about an hour, is content –based that allows you show case achievement in specific subject areas where you excel.
It shows your readiness to study specific majors or program in the university.
Test takers in Nigeria will need a valid international passport.
We prepare students ahead of the test; a minimum of 8 weeks is required for the tutorials.