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  • Evolution of SAT
    Posted on April 29, 2022
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    The word ‘test’ has a long history of more than a thousand years… The first country that used a nation-wise standardized test was ancient china… This test reached the United States just 100 years before…. History of SAT Before the 1900s, these tests were conducted as Army IQ tests, nowadays known as SAT. At the… Read More »

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  • Who can write the SAT?
    Posted on April 23, 2022
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    Choosing the proper standard test to make an enormous difference to your college application will pave a path to your desired career. Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is a standardized test considered by the college boards for the students seeking admission to undergraduate schools. *Get expert counselling from Y-Axis professionals to study in UK. Many college… Read More »

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    Beginning 2024, the SAT will go completely digital. As a full transition will be made to digital, the paper-based SAT will no longer be available once the SAT Suite is administered digitally. On January 25, 2022, College Board announced that SAT would be delivered digitally. In November 2021, the digital SAT was piloted in the… Read More »

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    Many colleges have adopted a new trend when it comes to the college admission process: going “test-optional”. This means universities and colleges are giving students the choice to submit or not to submit SAT or ACT test scores. Ever since COVID-19 has created issues with opening services centers related to immigration, including testing centers, international… Read More »

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    You have 50 minutes time limit for the SAT writing section. In this time, you have to examine the prompt an author puts out in a passage in the optional SAT Essay section. Until you see it on test day, the content of the given passage remains a mystery, but you have an opportunity to… Read More »

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    Who wants a perfect SAT math score of 800? Who’s not going to want that? Ok, good news, you’re within sight of the ideal 800. Anyone can get an 800, or something very similar to it, with the right planning, and the right understanding of SAT math. There are other advantages to scoring perfectly in… Read More »

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