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The Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is a globally recognized exam used for college admissions your exam scores are used as a predictor of your success in college. This exam is typically taken in your junior or senior year of high school and will test your abilities in reading, writing and math.
TGES SAT classes are structured towards high achievement using a comprehensive approach i.e. conceptual understanding, problem solving techniques, practice worksheets and simulation tests, tricks, shortcut, feedback & suggestion.
- Diagnostic test: We begin the course with a diagnostic test, based on which we give you a detailed report of your strengths and improvement areas.
- Conceptual Clarity: We work with you to ensure your basics are strong and that you develop a solid foundation in all SAT concepts enabling you to progress rapidly from solving simpler questions to the more complex ones.
- Practice worksheets: We have customized practice questions that help you apply the learning in class to improve your score.
- Past Papers Practices: We conduct sectional tests to monitor your progress and provide timely feedback and guidance.
- Tricks & Tips: We conduct full length timed practice tests to simulate real testing conditions and provide detailed analysis of your performance as well as provide trick & tips to solve problem quickly and accurately.
- Exam Advice: We promise continued support to our students until they achieve the score that helps them maximize their potential.
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The SAT is an exam administered by The College Board to test college and career readiness. It is primarily used for the purpose of gaining admission to college. The SAT is widely considered to be the single most important test you take in high school.
The new SAT format is broken down into two major test portions. The math test has two sections: a 55 minute section which allows the use of a calculator and a 25 minute section without the use of a calculator. The Evidence Based Reading and Writing test has two sections as well: a 65 minute reading section and a 35 minute language and writing section. The new questions and information allow students to be tested on the in depth analysis of content and evidence based reasoning, not simply on a wide range of general information.
The essay portion, which was added to the SAT in 2005, is now optional for students taking the test. The essay was originally part of the writing score total, combined with multiple choice questions, and was based on a provided prompt from which students could respond with opinion and supporting experiences. With the new changes, students are given a passage to read and analyze using persuasive writing to describe an author's motives and techniques. The optional essay also allows for 50 minutes to read and write the piece, while the original time was only 25 minutes.
The revision in 2016 has led to the addition of a no calculator math section, which is worth a third of your math score. The sections of the math test that do allow a calculator also feature questions that do not require a calculator to solve, where use of a calculator could serve to actually slow down the problem solving process. These question types assess how well students make use of appropriate tools.
Four types of questions appear in the SAT math section: algebra, problem solving and data analysis, advanced math, and additional topics. Each of these broader question types may be broken down into more specific math topics.
The New SAT is scored out of 400 1600. Each of the three components of the Revised SAT: Section Scores (Evidence Based Reading and Writing, and Math) are worth 200 800 marks; Test Scores (Reading, Writing and Language, and Math) are worth 10 40 marks, the Cross scores (History/social studies and science) comes under test scores; & SAT Essays (Essay scores, Reading, Analysis, and Writing) are worth 2 to 8 marks. With the new revisions, SAT Essays is optional, but is recommended by most of the colleges.
Since the SAT is a standardized test, the scaled score that you receive is based on your raw score. As per the new revised SAT scoring system there are no negative marks for the wrongs answers.
The evidence based reading and writing will consist of 200 800 points in the revised new SAT. This section will consist of 4 individual passages and 1 pair of shorter passages written by two authors related to the same topic. Each passage will have 10 to 11 questions and the section consists of 52 questions in total. 2 passages will also consist of graphics.
Students will have 50 minutes to complete their essay. They will no longer be asked to agree or disagree or to write about their personal experience for the given topic.
While most colleges do require some form of standardized testing there some colleges that do not require you to take the SAT but colleges like these are few and far between. Then there is the major alternative to the SAT the ACT (American College Test). The ACT is other standardized test that completely circumvents the College Boards' SAT and SAT subject tests by offering its test takers with just one test that can fulfill the standardized testing criteria for admission into colleges.
Once you have completed high school algebra and geometry, you are ready to take the SAT. Although the SAT does include Algebra II, it is only a small fraction of the math section, about 10%.
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The American College Test, or ACT, is a national standardized test used for college admissions. It is used as a measurement of aptitude and critical thinking. Subjects tested on the ACT include English, Math, Reading, Science, and an optional Writing section. Students generally take the ACT during their junior or senior years of high school.
The ACT exam is composed of four different sections, as well as one optional writing section. Some schools recommend taking this optional writing section, while others do not. Whether you should or not depends on the school you are applying to and what kind of programs you are applying for. It is essential to research the schools you are interested in and understand the requirements before signing up for the ACT. When in doubt, however, it might be best just to take the writing portion of the exam, as it only adds 30 minutes to the clock.
Unlike the SAT exam, the ACT has a science section, which requires additional preparation, of course. That being said, however, all the information provided in the questions is sufficient and drawing on outside knowledge is by no means necessary
- English: This section primarily tests grammar & usage, punctuation, sentence structure, strategy, organization, and style
- Maths: Some subjects reviewed in this section include pre algebra, elementary algebra, intermediate algebra, coordinate geometry, plane geometry, and trigonometry
- Reading: This section of the exam challenges reading comprehension based on question content. Just as with the other sections of the exam, you must deduce based on the information provided
- Science: The science portion of the test challenges interpretation, analysis, evaluation, reasoning, and problem solving.
- Writing: The writing section tests just that: writing skills. It will test your ability to create and defend an argument in a clear and concise manner.
The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is an English language proficiency test that measures the listening, reading, writing and speaking skills of people who are interested in studying or working in environments where English is the language used. IELTS is accepted by more than 9,000 organizations in over 140 countries, including 3,000 institutions in the United States, and recognizes American, Australian, and British varieties of English. Last year, more than 2.9 million tests were taken around the world.
There are two IELTS tests Academic and General Training. IELTS Academic is used for higher education and professional certification. IELTS General Training is used for work or migration purposes. The Listening and Speaking sections of IELTS are the same for both Academic and General Training, however, test takers take different Reading and Writing sections, depending on the test they choose.
The Academic Reading includes authentic texts from books, journals, newspapers, etc., whereas the General Training Reading includes authentic texts from company handbooks, official documents, books, newspapers, etc. The differences between the Academic Writing and General Training Writing are in the content, nature, and contextual parameters of the tasks.
The Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) evaluates your ability to listen, read, speak and write English at the university level. Accepted by over 8,500 colleges and universities in the US, UK, Canada and Australia, over 27 million people have sat for the TOEFL test in over 130 countries.
It consists of a 4 hour test in 4 sections which covers:
- Reading: students are given a reading passage and then posed questions about the content they have just read
- Listening: students are given a passage to listen only once and are asked questions about the conversation
- Speaking: students read passages and answer questions on a variety of subjects. These replies are digitally recorded and sent to exam judges to be tested
- Writing: students are given a passage and then asked to write a passage in response to the text.