OUR COMPREHENSIVE SAT TRAINING PROGRAMS

Choose one of our carefully structured programs, depending on your time availability and preparation needs!

CLASSROOM

Incorporates detailed insights into the verbal, quant, grammar and essay sections of the test, face-to-face delivery and spanning across both fundamental & advanced learning areas of the SAT. 

Duration - 3.5 - 4.0 months 

HIGHLIGHTS

1. 06 DAYS a week classes divided equally into verbal and math section. 

2. Comprehensive study material provided. 

3. 08 Mock examinations for real-time practice 

E-LEARNING

A compact package of SAT essentials embedded in a series of live online sessions, pre-recorded webinars and added online support to ensure you receive an edge in your SAT prep right from your home's comfort. 

Duration - 2.5 months

HIGHLIGHTS

1. Weekly online live study & feedback sessions with expert trainers

2. Over 150 hours of interactive learning module

3. 08 Mock examinations for real-time practice. 

MOCK-ONLY

Self-preparing for the SAT? 

Give your test-prep a boost with our dedicated SAT mock series and expert analysis on your performance. 

Duration - NOT APPLICABLE

HIGHLIGHTS

1. 08 mock examinations for real-time practice. 

2. One-to-one assessment & feedback for individual mock test provided. 

3. Added tips and strategies for test familiarity & improved scores.

Why Choose CAREER SPECIALISTZ ? 

The extensive training program for SAT preparation at Career Specialistz, Bhopal aims to focus on individual examination sections, building upon the areas of improvement for each student and honing their lexical, quantitative, writing and analytical skills at the same time. Our expert trainers and a comprehensive question bank of over 2000 questions allow students to gain an edge over others when it comes to the examination performance and results. 

  1. Expert Personal Trainers

  2. Individual feedback sessions

  3. Flexible Batches 

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ABOUT THE TEST

What is SAT?

SAT -  Scholastic Aptitude Test  is a Standardized Test of Admissions to universities in the US for undergraduate studies. Many colleges require scores from the SAT or ACT tests as a part of the admissions process.  Your SAT score is a key component of your college applications.


It measures the Reading, Writing, Grammatical and Mathematical skills of the students.

About the SAT 

The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test created and administered by the College Board. 

The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student's readiness for college, and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. College admissions officers will review standardized test scores alongside your high school GPA, the classes you took in high school, letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors, extracurricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal essays.

 

How important SAT scores are in the college application process varies from school to school. Overall, the higher you score on the SAT and/or ACT, the more options for attending and paying for college will be available to you.

When should I take the SAT ?

Most high school students take the SAT, the ACT, or both during the spring of their junior year or fall of their senior year. It's important to leave time to re-take the test if you need to raise your score before you apply to college. The SAT exam is offered nationally every year in August, October, November, December, March, May, and June. View all upcoming SAT test dates.

Test Sections

SECTION - 01

EVIDENCE BASED READING

Duration: 65 minutes 

Number of Questions: 52 questions

 

The Reading section focuses on reading comprehension and understanding vocabulary in context. 

Each of the 52 questions in this section will be based on a passage. You'll be given five passages in total: passage on U.S. or world literature, passages on history/social studies, passages on science (which may include graphs and/or charts).

 

In some areas of the Reading section, you may be given a pair of related passages instead of a single passage. 

 

You may also encounter graphs, charts, or other forms of data representation. 

 

The Reading section test two primary skills: Command of Evidence and Words in Context

SECTION - 02

WRITING AND GRAMMAR

Duration: 35 minutes

 

Number of Questions: 44 questions

 

This section measures your ability to identify and correct grammatical errors and stylistic weaknesses within passages. In other words, the Writing section is all about your proofreading and editing skills!

Like the Reading section, the Writing section revolves entirely around passages. These passages cover a wide array of topics, including careers, history/social studies, science, and the humanities. 

 

Unlike Reading passages, however, all Writing passages are nonfiction, taking the form of narratives, arguments, and explanatory texts.

 

Your primary mission on the Writing section is to correct (or leave as is, if no errors are present) words and sentences within these passages. For science-based passages containing charts or graphs, you may be asked to replace an incorrect sentence with a new sentence that more accurately reflects the data provided.

 

The Writing and Language section measures the following skills: Command of Evidence, Words in Context, Expression of Ideas, Standard English Conventions

SECTION - 03

MATH

Duration: 80 minutes

Number of Questions: 58 questions

 

Unlike the English-centered Reading and Writing sections, the SAT Math section consists of practical, real-world math and measures the problem-solving abilities most useful for college-level coursework and future employment.

The Math section comprises two subsections:

  1. Math No Calculator, for which you are not permitted to use a calculator

  2. Math Calculator, for which you may (but aren't required to) use a calculator

 

22 percent of Math questions are grid-ins, so although it’s not the main question format on SAT Math, it’s crucial you understand how it works.

 

The Math section tests you on the following concepts: Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math, Additional Topics in Math

SECTION - 04

ESSAY [OPTIONAL]

Duration: 50 minutes 

The SAT Essay is an entirely writing-based section for which you must read a 650-750-word passage and then write an essay analyzing how the author constructs his or her argument as well as how persuasive the argument is.

Note that you are not being asked whether you agree or disagree with the argument. You are also not expected to write about your personal experiences (like how test takers were prompted to do on the old SAT).

 

Unlike the other three SAT sections, the Essay is entirely optional. Whether you should take it depends on where you apply, as some colleges may require the Essay for admission.

 

The Essay also uses a unique scoring system compared to those of the other SAT test sections.

 

There are three components to the SAT Essay grade:

  • Reading

  • Analysis

  • Writing

The SAT essay is scored on a scale of 24 with individual scoring allotted to each component between 02 to 08.

How long is the SAT ?

The SAT is 3 hours long. If you choose to take the SAT with Essay, the test will be 3 hours and 50 minutes.

Test Scores & Validity

Each section of the SAT is scored on a 200 to 800 point scale. Your total SAT score is the sum of your section scores. The highest possible SAT score is 1600. If you take the Essay, you will receive a separate score.

The SAT Scores are valid for a duration of 05 years. 

Should I take the SAT or the ACT?

Most colleges and universities will accept scores from either the SAT or ACT, and do not favor one test over the other. That said, college-bound students are increasingly taking  both the SAT and ACT. Changes made to the SAT in 2016 have made it easier than ever to prep for both tests concurrently—and earn competitive scores on both!

 

The best way to decide if taking the SAT, ACT, or both tests is right for you is to take a timed  full-length practice test  of each type. Since the content and style of the SAT and ACT are very similar, factors like how you handle time pressure and what types of questions you find most challenging can help you determine which test is a better fit. Try our  QUIZ: SAT, ACT, or Both?  to learn more.

How do I register for the SAT?

SAT registration deadlines fall approximately five weeks before each test date. Register online on the College Board website. The  College Board may require SAT registration by mail under special circumstances. 

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