SAT 2020 Latest Update

SAT 2020 Latest Update

The SAT is a standardized test that is administered by the college board and must be taken by students who apply to be admitted to primary schools. T

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The SAT is a standardized test that is administered by the college board and must be taken by students who apply to be admitted to primary schools. The full form of the SAT is the Scholastic Assessment Test, formerly known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test. The SAT exam was developed to assess the candidate’s written, oral and mathematical skills. Applicants wishing to undertake basic studies, particularly in the United States and Canada, must take the SAT exam. If the student is seeking admission to a particular course, he can take the SAT subject exams to demonstrate his knowledge and understanding of this particular subject. Technical tests are offered in areas such as literature, history, mathematics, science and foreign languages.

CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) ALERT: The College Board canceled SAT exams in May due to the coronavirus outbreak. The makeup exams of March 14, 2020, scheduled for March 28, 2020, were also canceled. Registered students receive reimbursements from the college council. The College Board will offer future SAT testing opportunities as soon as it is possible to organize exams. In addition, the exam scheduled for June 6, 2020 has not been canceled. In the coming days, the College Board will release additional information and details.

The College Board recently launched SAT in India. Students wishing to pursue higher education at leading universities in India would be pleased to know that the College Board launched an alliance for higher education in India in 2018 with various academic institutions. All university members of the alliance accept the SAT results for the admission of Indian and international students. Therefore, students who study abroad and also wish to apply to universities can take the SAT test.

HIGHLIGHTS:

Exam Name

SAT

SAT full form

Scholastic Assessment Test

Official Website

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat

Most popular for

Undergraduate courses in the US and Canada

Also accepted by

The United Kingdom and Australia

Conducted by

The College Board

Mode of Exam

Written-based examination

SAT Fee

$96.50 without the essay and $113.50 with essay

Score Range

400-1600 points

SAT Contact

The College Board National Office

250 Vesey Street

New York, NY 10281

Phone: 212-713-8000

SAT Exam Fees

Candidates looking to appear for their SAT are required to pay a fee for the same. Candidates can check out the detailed SAT Fee levied below.

  • The fee for only the SAT exam is $47.50 + Non-U.S. Regional Fee. Non-U.S. Regional Fee for students giving SAT Test in India is $49, so the total SAT fee is $96.50
  • The fee for the SAT exam with Essay is $64.50 + Non-U.S. Regional Fee. So, the total fee for the SAT exam with Essay is $64.50 + $49 = $113.50
  • For subject tests, candidates have to pay an additional $26 as a basic subject test fee
  • For SAT subject tests, some additional fee might be required
SAT Cancellation Fees

Cancellation of your SAT registration is expensive. Students are always advised to change the date instead of canceling the exam completely. Applicants should note that registrations cannot be refunded more than five days before the day of the test and candidates will only be reimbursed $ 10, whether they have chosen SAT or SAT with the test.

SAT Rescheduling Fees

Date/Test Centre Change Fee

$30

Late Registration Fee

$30

Register by Phone

$15

Waitlist Fee

$53

SAT 2020 Exam Dates

Test Date

Test Available

SAT Registration Deadline

March 14, 2020

SAT Test

February 14, 2020

May 2, 2020

SAT Test

SAT Subject Test

April 3, 2020

June 6, 2020

SAT Subject Test

n/a

SAT 2020 Syllabi

Writing Section

  • SAT writing has three sections
  • Essay section – 25 mins
  • Multiple choice sections – 25 mins and 10 mins

Critical Reading Section

  • SAT contains three critical reading sections
  • Reading comprehension – 25 mins
  • Sentence completions – 25 mins
  • Paragraph-length critical reading – 20 mins

Math Section

  • SAT contains three Math sections
  • Algebra and functions – 25 mins
  • Geometry Statistics – 20 mins
  • Probability and Data analysis – 20 mins

Total: 154 Questions

Duration: 3Hrs with 50mins of extra time allotted for Essay (optional)

Total Score: 1600

SAT Test Validity

The SAT values apply over a period of 5 years until or unless the SAT criteria have not changed. Applicants generally do not use their SAT values until after approximately five years. They usually take new tests and then apply to the desired universities. Students can also order an additional copy of their dashboards to send to other colleges and pay an amount of $ 9 (INR 433,224).

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