SAT Tests

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Most colleges and institutions rely their admissions decisions on the SAT entrance exam in countries like USA, Canada, UK, and Australia. The SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test created and administered by the College Board for students who wish to pursue their undergraduate programs. The SAT is used to assess a high school student’s preparation for college and to give universities a single element of comparative information using which to evaluate all candidates. Standardized test results will be compared to your high school GPA, courses you took, letters of reference from professors or mentors, extracurriculars, entrance interviews, and personal statements by college admissions officers.

SAT has two sections:

  • Math
  • Evidence-based reading & writing

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  1. What are the fees for the SAT?

    The fee for attempting the test in India is $101 for the SAT without the optional Essay and $117 with the Essay – both inclusive of an International Fee of $49.

  2. How can I decide which test type I am supposed to appear for?

    Depending on the requirement of the college/university that you are applying to, you can decide which SAT test type you are supposed to appear for.

  3. How many times can I retake the test?

    A student can take unlimited retests depending on the availability of test dates.

  4. How can Overseas Desire help me with my SAT preparation?

    Overseas Desire provides you with a tonne of material to help you achieve the results that you desire. You can attend the LIVE classes daily and appear for the mock tests on the portal. Furthermore, you can attend live doubt-solving classes hosted by skilled mentors.

  5. Within how much duration will I receive my evaluated test?

    You will receive your evaluation in 2-3 business days after submitting the test.

  6. What is the validity of my SAT score?

    SAT scores do not expire. However, According to the College Board, “Official score reports sent to colleges five or more years after a test date are accompanied by a message explaining that they may be less valid predictors of college academic performance than more recent scores.”

  7. Is the SAT a pen and paper-based test?

    Yes. SAT is a pen and paper-based test ONLY. There is NO computer-based format.

  8. What are the features of the course?

    Our simulated test engine offers you the best-in-class assessment, as close to the actual testing. Our trainers are SAT veterans. Moreover, with the one-to-one mentoring and live webinars – you have everything you need to get a great SAT score in the shortest time possible.

  9. How will you evaluate writing tests?

    For the writing section, you will handwrite your answers on paper, and scan and upload them on the course portal for evaluation.

  10. Can I extend my usage hours or course validity?

    Yes, you can extend your validity by paying an additional 50% of the course fee. All you need to do is let us know before access to your course expires.