The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) assesses undergraduate student’s aptitude in both verbal and quantitative skills. The test, comprising critical reading, writing, skill and Quantitative skill, is requirement for admission in most American undergraduate schools. Administered by the Education Testing Service (ETS) and sponsored by the college Board USA, the SAT is a 3 hour 45 minute paper-based test.
Local SAT Test Centers:
The SAT tests are not scheduled throughout the year. Every year, the College Board publishes information bulletin.
Diana prepares a large number of undergraduate students for the SAT. Our teachers are regularly updated with the course and changing teaching strategies. Each SAT class is conducted for two hours per day from Monday to Friday. Like other test preparation courses, this course also runs for 6 weeks. The new scholastic Aptitude Test (N-SAT) was introduced in 2005 by college Board Exams. Even though many colleges and universities do not require the N-SAT of international students, this test scores are highly considered for the assessment of undergraduate scholarship applications in American schools, United States. You can collect information bulletin from USEF Gyaneshwor, Kathmandu or visit the website of college Entrance Examination board. Every Sunday, the test of SAT is conducted to make the students familiar to the test format.
|1.||25 minutes||24 Questions
|2.||25 minutes24/25 questions15/16 reading||
|20 minutes19 questions||
|1.||25 minutes||1 Essay|
|2.||25 minutes33 questions||11 improving sentences18 identifying sentence error6 improving paragraphs|
|3.||10 minutes14 questions||14 improving sentences|
|Total score: 2400|
|1.||25 minutes||20 standard multiple choice|
|2.||25 minutes10 grid-ins||18 standard multiple choice|
|3.||20 minutes||16 standard multiple choice.|