What is the SAT exam?
The standardized admission test to US colleges
SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test and Scholastic Assessment Test: it’s an aptitude test required to be admitted to colleges and universities in the US.
The SAT is a key part of any college application, which students submit to attend an American college.
Why take an SAT test?
The importance of the SAT test to be admitted to US colleges
it’s a test everyone wanting to enroll into a US college must take.
When you prepare your application to an American college or university, you will be asked to provide a series of documents, based on which an internal university board will assess your application.
What does the SAT Test assess?
The structure and topics of the SAT Test
The SAT Test is divided into three sections: Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing.
Each section entails a score ranging from 200 to 800 points. All scores are multiples of ten and the final score is calculated by adding up the three scores the student has earned.
How to prepare for the SAT test
With the Dual Diploma Program you can attend the exclusive course to prepare for the SAT test
Dual Diploma students can prepare for the American College admission test (SAT) by selecting this subject as an elective subject.
With targeted exercises for each section of the exam and thanks to the constant support of our mothertongue teachers from the US, you can improve your score and secure a competitive result.
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