The SAT is a standardized test that colleges use to evaluate applicants' college preparedness. Over two million students take the SAT each year. It is designed to measure a student's ability to understand and process elements in three subjects: reading, writing, and math.
SAT scores are both based on an objective score and the student's performance relative to other test-takers, and have proven to be an indicator of collegiate success.
Most universities in the United States require scores from the SAT or ACT, so it's important to take one of these standardized tests.
Our school offers the PSAT for free, which is a test that gives students a taste of what taking the SAT will be like.
Below is a list of resources from the official SAT site:
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