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Teachwell: 25+ Years of Excellence in  Education

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about sat

The SAT is a standardized examination mandated by colleges and universities for prospective undergraduate students. Originally known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it is now referred to as the Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT). This entrance test, administered by the College Board, is essential for those who wish to pursue their undergraduate education, particularly in the United States.

Section NameNumber of QuestionsTime Allotted (minutes)
Reading and Writing54 (27 Questions/Module)64 (32-Minute/Module)
Mathematics44 (22 Questions/Module)70 (35-Minute/Module)
Mar 9, 2024Feb 23 to 27, 2024
May 4, 2024Apr 19 to 23, 2024
June 1, 2024May 16 to 21, 2024

SAT Exam Syllabus

SAT Reading & Writing Section

The Reading and Writing section of the SAT exam is designed to assess your reading comprehension and writing skills. This section includes passages of various lengths, typically ranging from 25 to 150 words, which cover a wide range of topics from different domains. Here are some key points to know about this section:

Passage Variety: The passages in the Reading and Writing section encompass a variety of topics. You may encounter passages related to literature, history and social studies, the humanities, and science. These passages are designed to test your ability to understand and analyze information from different fields.
Reading Comprehension: Your ability to comprehend and analyze the content of these passages is crucial. You will be asked questions that require you to identify main ideas, details, inferences, and the author’s purpose.
Vocabulary in Context: Some questions may assess your understanding of vocabulary in context. You’ll need to determine the meaning of words or phrases as they are used in the passages.
Evidence-Based Questions: The SAT places a strong emphasis on evidence-based reading and writing. You’ll often be asked to support your answers with evidence from the passages. This means you must find specific information within the text to justify your response.
 Writing and Language Section: In addition to reading comprehension questions, the Writing and Language section evaluates your ability to edit and improve written content. You’ll encounter sentences and paragraphs with underlined portions, and your task is to revise and improve them for clarity, grammar, and style.

Time Management: Time management is critical in this section. You’ll have a limited amount of time to read the passages, answer the questions, and complete the writing and language tasks. Practicing time management is essential to complete the section within the allotted time.
Practice: Consistent practice is key to improving your performance in the Reading and Writing section. Regularly practicing reading comprehension and editing exercises, as well as working with a variety of passages, will help you become more comfortable with the question formats.
 Annotation: Some test-takers find it helpful to annotate the passages as they read. This can include underlining key points, circling important details, and making brief notes in the margins to aid comprehension.
 Read Actively: Approach the passages with an active reading mindset. Stay engaged with the text, identify the main ideas, and make connections between different parts of the passage.
 Review Grammar and Writing Rules: For the Writing and Language section, having a strong grasp of grammar and writing conventions is essential. Reviewing these rules can help you make effective edits.


SAT Mathematics sections

 SAT Mathematics sections are based on the following topics:

Type of MathNumber of Questions
Advanced Math13–15
Problem-Solving and Data Analysis5–7
Geometry and Trigonometry5–7

Word problems or contextualized math questions are a significant part of the SAT Mathematics section. These questions are designed to test not only your mathematical skills but also your ability to apply those skills to real-world situations. Here are some key points to keep in mind when dealing with contextualized math questions on the SAT:

Understand the Context: Read the entire word problem carefully and understand the context it presents. Pay attention to any information provided about a real-world scenario, whether it’s related to science, social studies, or practical applications.
 Identify the Relevant Information: Pick out the mathematical information that is relevant to solving the problem. This might include numbers, quantities, rates, or any other mathematical data.
 Translate into Equations: Translate the real-world situation into mathematical equations or expressions. Use variables to represent unknown quantities if necessary.
 Plan Your Solution: Before diving into calculations, have a clear plan for how you intend to solve the problem. This could involve setting up equations, creating diagrams, or determining the sequence of steps to follow.
 Solve Step by Step: Execute your plan step by step, performing the required mathematical operations. Be sure to use appropriate formulas and techniques.

  • Check Your Work: After finding a solution, review your work to ensure you haven’t made any calculation errors. Check that your answer makes sense in the context of the problem.
  • Eliminate Answer Choices: In many SAT math questions, you can use the process of elimination. After solving the problem, look at the answer choices and eliminate those that don’t match your solution.
  • Use Your Calculator Wisely: If it’s a calculator-allowed math section, make efficient use of your calculator for calculations, but don’t overly rely on it. Ensure that your calculator results match your hand calculations.
  • Practice Word Problems: Word problems can be tricky, so practicing a variety of them is crucial for SAT preparation. Familiarity with different types of word problems will help you become more comfortable with this question format.
  • Review Concepts: Ensure you have a strong understanding of mathematical concepts such as algebra, geometry, proportions, and percentages. Strong foundational knowledge will be essential for tackling contextualized questions effectively.


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