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SAT is one of the popular standardized tests accepted at universities worldwide for accepting students for their undergraduate studies. Knowing the correct SAT Exam Pattern and Format is compulsory if you want to prepare well for the SAT. Here is all you need to know about the SAT Pattern.
SAT exam pattern includes 2 major sections – Evidence-based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and Math section. Both sections of EBRW questions are multiple-choice questions. It comprises 96 questions to be attempted with an allotted duration of 100 minutes. Math is divided into 2 sets of questions. One math section is to be attempted without using a calculator and one with a calculator. Here are the details of each section:
You should not leave any questions blank as there is no negative marking for incorrect answers. This means that. With the sections being quite long, pacing and timing are important. You can then use the above information to help you figure out how to approach different questions, take notes efficiently, and get more questions right. SAT score ranges from 400 to 1600. It is a sum of the Evidence-based Reading & Writing score which is 200-800 and the Math score of 200-800.