The SAT Reasoning Test ( formerly Scholastic Assessment Test) is a standardized admission test used by most colleges in the United States. It is developed by the College Board, a nonprofit organization, and administered by the Educational Testing Service (ETS). This three hour and forty-five minute test includes sections on mathematics, critical reading, and writing. Recently, an essay was also added to the SAT.
What is in this series?
Preparing for the SAT can be a headache, but it does not need to be. This four-part series will show you how to ace the SAT.
Here are the topics that we will be covering:
- Five Reasons to Take the SAT
- SAT Prep in 7 Steps
- What to Expect on Test Day … and How to Prepare for It
- Using Your SAT Score Creatively