Improve your score with Accel Learning’s SAT Prep
Accel Learning provides classes for SAT Prep to High school students getting ready for college.
Our Test Prep Approach
Our teaching approach helps students get better scores in their tests.
Accel Learning’s SAT Test Prep follows this proven approach:
- Start early
- Build on fundamentals
- Focus on test taking strategy
- Train, Train, Train
- Simulate Test scenarios
- Review results, reflect and revise
All Accel Learning students get free access to online quiz for further practice as well as online Q & A to get answers to questions anytime anywhere!
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The SAT is a standardized test for college admissions in the United States. The SAT is owned, published, and developed by the College Board, a nonprofit organization in the United States. It was first called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, then the Scholastic Assessment Test, but now SAT does not stand for anything, hence it is an empty acronym.
The SAT is one of the more demanding tests a student will take in his or her lifetime. It is also one of the most important criteria in determining a student’s admission or potential scholarship to college.
What is covered in the SAT?
The SAT is broken into 10 sections: 3 writing, 3 critical reading, 3 mathematics and 1 variable (unscored) section.
The first section is always the essay, and the last section is also a writing section. In between, the academic content areas can come in any order.
|Critical Reading||67 multiple–choice questions||70 minutes (two 25 minutes sections, one 20 minutes section)||Tests critical reading, diction, and vocabulary|
|Math||54 questions (44 multiple–choice and 10 grid in)||70 minutes (two 25 minutes sections and one 20 minute section)||Tests basic arithmetic, algebra I & II, and geometry|
|Writing Skills||49 multiple–choice questions, 1 essay question||60 minutes (one 25 minute section, one 10 minute section, and one 25 minute essay)||Tests ability to identify sentence errors, improving sentences, improving paragraphs|
How long is the SAT?
- Two 70-minute critical reading sections
- Two 70-minute math sections
- One 60-minute writing skills section
Total testing time is 3 hours and 45 minutes.
When is the SAT administered?
The SAT is offered in October, November, December, January, March, May, and June. Most students take it in the spring of their junior year of high school. They may choose to repeat the exam in the fall of their senior year.
Where can I take a sample SAT test?
Take the SAT sample test to assess your skills.
Where can I get more information about SAT?
For more information about the SAT, please visit: www.sat.collegeboard.org/home
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