SAT Reasoning Test

The SAT Reasoning Test is administered by college board to test the suitability of students for admission to undergraduate programs offered by universities n USA/Canada/Singapore/Europe.

Quick Facts

Conducted by College Board
Paper & pencil based test
Test centers across India
Test Dates – administered seven times a year in the United States and six times per year internationally
Upcoming Test Dates 2016

May

June

Oct

Nov

Dec

07

04

01

05

03

Note: these are only the anticipated test dates for Oct, Nov, Dec

Why SAT?

Entry requirement for Undergraduate programs in Life Sciences, Bio sciences, Physical Sciences, Social Sciences, Humanities & Business
Helps in acquiring scholarships & tuition grants.
SAT is recommended for Visa clearance

Test Pattern

 

No of Sections

Question Type

No of Questions

Time Duration

Critical Reading

3

Sentence Completion
Reading Comprehension

19 Questions
48 Questions

TWO 25-minute sections & ONE 20-minute section

Mathematics

3

Multiple Choice
Student Produced Response

44 Questions
10 Questions

TWO 25-minute sections & ONE 20-minute section

Writing

3

Essay
Improving Sentences
Identifying Errors
Improving Paragraphs

01 Question
25 Questions
18 Questions
06 Questions

TWO 25-minute sections & ONE 10-minute section

Scoring

Scoring – Critical Reading, Mathematics & Writing section except the essay are scored on a scale of 200-800. Maximum score is 2400. The essay is graded on a scale of 2-12
Viewing Scores – test taker can view scores online through 'My SAT Account' approximately 3 weeks after the test
Score Card – the test taker receives score report 5 weeks after the test
Score Validity – 5 years

Score Reporting

Four Free Score Reports:

The test takers receive four free score reports when they register for the SAT. They can add four score recipients during the registration process and make updates to their score recipients for up to nine days after their test date

Additional Score Report:

The test taker can order Additional Score Reports for a fee of US$11.25 per recipient

Score Choice:

The feature allows the test takers to choose which scores (by test date for the SAT and by individual test for SAT Subject Tests™) they send to colleges — in accordance with an institution's stated score-use practice. If they decide not to use Score Choice, all of their scores will be sent to the recipients.

Test Registration at Nodnat Center

Done online at www.collegeboard.org
Documents needed for registration
Valid Passport
Credit card for making fee payment
Current Registration Fee: USD 103.50

Our Teaching Mantra

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Highlights of our pedagogy

Over 24 classroom sessions
Over 8 Practice and doubt solving sessions
Well researched study material taking the best from all available sources
Well stocked library with Books & manuals from Princeton, Kaplan, College Borad, McGraw Hill & other well known sources
More than 15 full-length tests

Our courses

Comprehensive Program –

It is a rigorous 2-3 months contact program which aims at providing a sound foundation & conceptual knowledge to those who are new to SAT. A mix of different difficulty level work sheets & sectional practice tests help students strengthen their basics and paves the way for high scores on SAT. Full length mock tests in the last 20 days before the test date enable student to assimilate their learning and apply it in a real test like environment thereby building confidence and enhancing accuracy levels.

Computer Simulative Program –

The program is specifically designed for test takers who have developed the strong command on the basics and need the virtual test environment to enhance their performance. The program offers these test takers sectional practice tests, full length mock tests and doubt solving sessions with the faculty. These tools give a boost to their performance and help them achieve their target score.

Why Nodnat?

Experience of over 8 years in SAT Training.
Small Batch size for individual attention
Classroom teaching by experienced faculty
Special guidance & drills on Vocabulary Building
Extensive study material (regularly updated)
Modern teaching facilities with Audio Visuals
Regular doubt solving and drill sessions
Library with wide range of updated books for reference
Air Conditioned classes with full power back up
BEST scores in the City

Top Achievers @Glance

Student

Maths

Critical Reading

Writing Section

Total

Vaibhav

800

790

790

2380

Aashita

740

790

680

2210

Sandra

740

790

600

2130

Utkarsh

770

640

650

2060

Saksham

740

660

660

2060