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The Scholastic Assessment Test abbreviated as SAT is a standardized test required to be taken by students looking for admission to undergraduate schools. The College Board owns and conducts the SAT. It also specifies the SAT syllabus. Here is everything you need to know about the SAT syllabus.
Most students fear the SAT, but if you have a fair idea of what this part of the SAT exam syllabus comprises, then you will be able to prepare for it effectively. Here are the details of syllabus of each section of SAT:
The questions in the writing section of the SAT syllabus will test your evidence-based reading and writing skills. The topics for the articles or write-ups are mainly focused on general topics that do not necessitate your prior knowledge of the subject. In fact, certain passages have supplementary graphs and charts to evaluate your imperative skills.
The syllabus of the SAT Reading section focuses on evidence-based reading and writing. This test will focus mainly on your reading abilities.
The math section of SAT is divided into 2 parts. One section is with a calculator and another section is solved without using a calculator.
The SAT is an essential exam for the undergraduate program abroad. To prepare for the SAT, you can buy online study material from the College Board during registration. Take practice tests. Download the Daily Practice Application to make practice part of your daily routine. Keep analyzing your practice tests scores regularly and work on the weak part more.