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Undergraduate standardized admission tests: SAT, ACT and SAT Subject Test
Transcript of Undergraduate standardized admission tests: SAT, ACT and SAT Subject Test
What are the SAT and ACT?
SAT and ACT are standardized admission tests designed to test your academic readiness for college.
SAT II are subject tests. Chance to show your strong points.
Students applying for undergraduate programs in the US take either the SAT or ACT.
How important are standardized admission tests in the college admissions process?
What do the SAT and ACT cover?
Ideally in A Levels First Year.
SAT is conducted 6 times a year.
Upcoming SAT test dates in Pakistan:
October 5, 2013
November 2, 2013
December 7, 2013
Jan 25, 2014
May 3, 2014
June 7, 2014
When should I take the tests?
SAT and SAT Subject Tests:
Online registration at www.collegeboard.com
Online registartion at www.act.org
How do I register for the tests?
How do I prepare for the tests?
Enter college codes when registering for the tests. You can request scores anytime by logging into your 'My SAT' or 'My ACT Web Account'.
Four colleges get scores for free. Additional reports cost $11.
You can send your best scores (by test date) for both the SAT and ACT.
How do I send scores to colleges?
SAT covers Reading, Writing and Math.
SAT Subject Tests cover knowledge of specific subjects.
ACT covers English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing (Optional).
How are the tests scored?
Max SAT score is 2400.
Max SAT Subject Test score is 800.
Max ACT score is 0-36.
If you take ACT Plus Writing you will get an additional Writing subscore on a scale of 2-12.
Which test should I take?
United States Educational Foundation in Pakistan
Undergraduate Standardized Admission Tests:
SAT, ACT and SAT Subject Test
Enter college codes at the time you are registering for the tests.
First four college choices get scores for free. Additional score reports cost $11.