The SAT is a standardized examination conducted by the College Board, and students applying for admission to undergraduate schools must take it. The Scholastic Assessment Test, previously known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test.

The SAT is a standardized exam required by most universities in The U.S.A, Canada, Europe and the Middle East to assess a candidate's profile. The candidate's SAT score is used to evaluate their academic potential in comparison with the rest of the program's applicant pool. The test consists of 2 core sections, Verbal and Math, which are individually scored on a range of 200-800 and added to form the overall score. The SAT exam was developed to assess the applicants verbal, mathematics & written skills. Applicants who wish to pursue undergraduate courses, especially in Canada & US are obliged to take the SAT exam.

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For candidates applying for the SAT, the College Board, that is the SAT’s governing body, has not set any clear SAT eligibility rules.

- While there is no age restriction, studies showed that candidates from the age group of 17 to 19 are among the highest to attend the SAT.
- The number of times an applicant can take the SAT is not restricted. The SAT is conducted in India five times a year.
- Students who wish to apply for undergraduate studies abroad are expected to have completed their high school education to progress to the next stage of their learning.

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To evaluate the necessary knowledge to access & solve problems, SAT requires sections such as critical reading, mathematics & writing.

Candidates need to take the SAT II exam at individual universities.

It is a three-hour multiple-choice examination used to test the reasoning ability verbally and mathematically. The SAT-I scoring is necessary for most of the university.

It is a multiple-choice test for one hour, that used to evaluate the knowledge of specific subjects and the ability to utilize that understanding. Together with SAT-I, a few universities require this score also.

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Points | Minutes | Questions |
---|---|---|

200-800 | 60 | 80 (Multiple Choice) |

- Offered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.
- Calculator use not permitted
- Problem solving requires simple numerical calculations
- Measurements are expressed in the metric system

Sl | Units | Chapters | Approximate % |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Number and Operations | - Operations, ratio and proportion, complex numbers, counting, elementary number theory, matrices, sequences, series, vectors
| 10% – 14% |

2 |
Algebra and Functions |
- Expressions, equations, inequalities, representation and modeling, properties of functions (linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, periodic, piecewise, recursive, parametric)
| 38% – 42% |

3 |
Geometry and Measurement |
- Geometry and Measurement
| 38% – 42% |

4 |
Plane Euclidean/Measurement |
- Plane Euclidean/Measurement
| 18% – 22% |

5 |
Coordinate |
- Lines, parabolas, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, symmetry, transformations, polar coordinates
| 8% – 12% |

6 |
Three-dimensional |
- Solids, surface area and volume (cylinders, cones, pyramids, spheres, prisms), coordinates in three dimensions
| 4% – 6% |

7 |
Trigonometry |
- Right triangles, identities, radian measure, law of cosines, law of sines, equations, double angle formulas
| 6% – 8% |

8 |
Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability |
- Mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, standard deviation, graphs and plots, least-squares regression (linear, quadratic, exponential), probability
| 8% – 12% |

Points | Minutes | Questions |
---|---|---|

200-800 | 60 | 80 (Multiple Choice) |

- Offered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.
- Calculator use not permitted
- Problem solving requires simple numerical calculations
- Measurements are expressed in the metric system

Sl | Units | Chapters | Approximate % |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Number and Operations | - Operations, ratio and proportion, complex numbers, counting, elementary number theory, matrices, sequences, series, vectors
| 10% – 14% |

2 |
Algebra and Functions |
- Expressions, equations, inequalities, representation and modeling, properties of functions (linear, polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric, inverse trigonometric, periodic, piecewise, recursive, parametric)
| 48% – 52% |

3 |
Geometry and Measurement |
- Geometry and Measurement
| 28% – 32% |

4 |
Plane Euclidean/Measurement |
- Plane Euclidean/Measurement
| - |

5 |
Coordinate |
- Lines, parabolas, circles, ellipses, hyperbolas, symmetry, transformations, polar coordinates
| 10% – 14% |

6 |
Three-dimensional |
- Solids, surface area and volume (cylinders, cones, pyramids, spheres, prisms), coordinates in three dimensions
| 4% – 6% |

7 |
Trigonometry |
- Right triangles, identities, radian measure, law of cosines, law of sines, equations, double angle formulas
| 12% – 16% |

8 |
Data Analysis, Statistics and Probability |
- Mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, standard deviation, graphs and plots, least-squares regression (linear, quadratic, exponential), probability
| 8% – 12% |

Points | Minutes | Questions |
---|---|---|

200-800 | 60 | 80 (Multiple Choice) |

- Offered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.
- Calculator use not permitted
- Problem solving requires simple numerical calculations
- Measurements are expressed in the metric system

Sl | Units | Chapters | Approx % |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Mechanics | - Kinematics, such as velocity, acceleration, and motion in one and two dimensions
- Dynamics, such as force, Newton’s laws, statics, and friction
- Energy and Momentum, such as potential and kinetic energy, work, power, impulse, and conservation laws
- Circular Motion, such as uniform circular motion and centripetal force
- Simple Harmonic Motion, such as mass on a spring and the pendulum
- Gravity, such as the law of gravitation, orbits, and Kepler’s laws
| 36%–42% |

2 |
Electricity and Magnetism |
- Electric Fields, Forces and Potentials, such as Coulomb’s law, induced charge, field and potential of groups of point charges, and charged particles in electric fields
- Capacitance, such as parallel-plate capacitors and time-varying behavior in charging/ discharging
- Circuit Elements and DC Circuits, such as resistors, light bulbs, series and parallel networks, Ohm’s law, and Joule’s law
- Magnetism, such as permanent magnets, fields caused by currents, particles in magnetic fields, Faraday’s law, and Lenz’s law
| 18%–24% |

3 |
Waves and Optics |
- General Wave Properties, such as wave speed, frequency, wavelength, superposition, standing waves, and Doppler effect
- Reflection and Refraction, such as Snell’s law and changes in wavelength and speed
- Ray Optics, such as image formation using pinholes, mirrors, and lenses
- Physical Optics, such as single-slit diffraction, double-slit interference, polarization, and color
| 15%–19% |

4 |
Heat and Thermodynamics |
- General Wave Properties, such as wave speed, frequency, wavelength, superposition, standing waves, and Doppler effect
- Reflection and Refraction, such as Snell’s law and changes in wavelength and speed
- Ray Optics, such as image formation using pinholes, mirrors, and lenses
- Physical Optics, such as single-slit diffraction, double-slit interference, polarization, and color
| 6%–11% |

5 |
Heat and Thermodynamics |
- Thermal Properties, such as temperature, heat transfer, specific and latent heats, and thermal expansion
- Laws of Thermodynamics, such as first and second laws, internal energy, entropy, and heat engine efficiency
| 6%–11% |

6 |
Modern Physics |
- Quantum Phenomena, such as photoelectric effect and electron diffraction
- Atomic, such as the Rutherford and Bohr models, atomic energy levels, and atomic spectra
- Nuclear Physics, such as radioactivity, fission, fusion, and other nuclear processes
- Relativity, such as time dilation, length contraction, and mass-energy equivalence
| 6%–11% |

7 |
Miscellaneous |
- General, such as history of physics and general questions that overlap several major topics
- Analytical Skills, such as graphical analysis, measurement, and math skills
- New Topics in Physics, current developments in such areas as astrophysics, elementary particle physics, nanophysics, and new technological applications of physics
| 4%–9% |

Points | Minutes | Questions |
---|---|---|

200-800 | 60 | 50 (Multiple Choice) |

- Offered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.
- Calculator use not permitted
- Problem solving requires simple numerical calculations
- Measurements are expressed in the metric system

Sl | Units | Chapters | Approximate % |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Structure of Matter | - Atomic Structure, including experimental evidence of atomic structure, quantum numbers and energy levels (orbitals), electron configurations, periodic trends
- Molecular Structure, including Lewis structures, three-dimensional molecular shapes, polarity
- Bonding, including ionic, covalent and metallic bonds; relationships of bonding to properties and structures; intermolecular forces such as hydrogen bonding, dipole-dipole forces, dispersion (London) forces
| 25% |

2 |
States of Matter |
- Gases, including the kinetic molecular theory, gas law relationships, molar volumes, density, stoichiometry
- Liquids and Solids, including intermolecular forces in liquids and solids, types of solids, phase changes, and phase diagrams
- Solutions, including molarity and percent by mass concentrations, solution preparation and stoichiometry, factors affecting solubility of solids, liquids and gases, qualitative aspects of colligative properties
| 16% |

3 |
Reaction Types |
- Acids and Bases, including Brønsted-Lowry theory, strong and weak acids and bases, pH, titrations, indicators
- Oxidation-Reduction, including recognition of oxidation-reduction reactions, combustion, oxidation numbers, use of reduction potentials
- Precipitation, including basic solubility rules
| 14% |

4 |
Stoichiometry |
- Mole Concept, including molar mass, Avogadro’s number, empirical and molecular formulas
- Chemical Equations, including the balancing of equations, stoichiometric calculations, percent yield, and limiting reactants
| 14% |

5 |
Equilibrium and Reaction Rates |
- Equilibrium Systems, including factors affecting position of equilibrium (Le Châtelier’s principle) in gaseous and aqueous systems, equilibrium constants, and equilibrium expressions
- Rates of Reactions, including factors affecting reaction rates, potential energy diagrams, activation energies
| 5% |

6 |
Thermochemistry |
- Including conservation of energy, calorimetry and specific heats, enthalpy (heat) changes associated with phase changes and chemical reactions, heating and cooling curves, entropy
| 6% |

7 |
Descriptive Chemistry |
- Including common elements, nomenclature of ions and compounds, periodic trends in chemical and physical properties of the elements, reactivity of elements and prediction of products of chemical reactions, examples of simple organic compounds and compounds of environmental concern
| 12% |

8 |
Laboratory |
- Including knowledge of laboratory equipment, measurements, procedures, observations, safety, calculations, data analysis, interpretation of graphical data, drawing conclusions from observations and data
| 8% |

Points | Minutes | Questions |
---|---|---|

200-800 | 60 | 80 (Multiple Choice) |

- Offered in August, October, November, December, May, and June.
- Calculator use not permitted
- Problem solving requires simple numerical calculations
- Measurements are expressed in the metric system

Sl | Units | Chapters | Approximate % |
---|---|---|---|

1 |
Cell and Molecular Biology | - Cell structure and organization, mitosis, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, enzymes, biosynthesis, biological chemistry
| 12% (E)
25% (M) |

2 |
Ecology |
- Energy flow, nutrient cycles, populations, communities, ecosystems, biomes, biodiversity, effects of human intervention
| 25% (E)
12% (M) |

3 |
Genetics |
- Meiosis, Mendelian genetics, inheritance patterns, molecular genetics
| 12% (E)
25% (M) |

4 |
Organismal Biology |
- Structure, function, and development of organisms (with emphasis on plants and animals), animal behavior
| 25% (E)
25% (M) |

5 |
Evolution and Diversity |
- Origin of life, evidence of evolution, patterns of evolution, natural selection, speciation, classification and diversity of organisms
| 25% (E)
12% (M) |

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