Manya SAT Preparation Courses

All About SAT

SAT is a standardized test widely used for Undergrad admissions in the United States and a few other countries. SAT or ACT score is a key component in the application process for many colleges. The purpose is to measure college readiness of the students and to measure all students under one roof. College Board, American not-for-profit organization is the owner and administrator of the SAT.

In India, nearly 35 universities accept the SAT score for admissions and the list is growing. Now, students can take one test, SAT, in place of many entrance tests and can apply to many universities in India and worldwide. India Global Higher Education Alliance founded by College Board is in partnership with Indian universities to simplify the admission process for Indian students. They also offer SAT fee waiver and scholarship programs for Indian students.

What is tested on SAT?

SAT is a paper-pencil test with 2 main sections; Evidence based Reading & Writing and Math.

Evidence based Reading & Writing has two tests, Reading, Writing & Language. Math has two components, No calculator and Yes calculator. SAT also includes an optional Essay section.

Reading section has passages based on literature, historical documents, social sciences, and natural sciences. Writing & Language are also passage based testing Grammar, vocabulary in context, and editing skills. Math sections mainly tests Algebra, Arithmetic, Data analysis, some Geometry and Trigonometry.

SAT Structure:

Section Questions Duration Score Range
Reading 52 multiple choice questions 65 minutes 200 to 800
Break 10 minutes
Writing & Language 44 multiple choice questions 35 minutes
No Calculator – Math 20 (15 multiple choice and 5 student response questions) 25 minutes 200 to 800
Break 5 minutes
Yes Calculator – Math 38 (30 multiple choice and 8 student response questions) 55 minutes
Break 2 minutes
Essay 1 prompt 50 minutes 2 to 8

 
SAT is more than 4 hours including the breaks. The composite score for the SAT ranges from 400 to 1600 which is the sum of Evidence based Reading, Writing and Math section scores. Essay score is not part of the composite score.

How Manya Education can Help You Ace SAT

Manya Education SAT Prep comes with most updated, comprehensive SAT study materials, based on the deliberate analysis of our Uber trainers. Get trained by our expert instructors, who have gone through certification training, and are experienced to help you meet your needs for SAT preparation. Here at Manya you can get your desired score with the help of the best SAT coaching with a personalized study plan, student portal, practice tests, detailed score report, refreshers, proctored mock tests and much more. Manya’s satisfaction guarantee ensures you are 100% satisfied with the SAT preparation to achieve the target score.

Manya Education offers you variety of SAT prep programs as face to face classroom sessions and live online sessions. We provide SAT coaching in an omnichannel way, which means the classroom program is aligned to the online program in terms of coaching duration, bag of goods, value added services, etc which enables you to shift to online to classroom and vice versa at any point of time during the course.

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4 scheduled proctored practice tests to gain authentic test experience

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Manya SAT Preparation Program

SAT Regular

Most popular and preferred group classes with peer learning advantage to ensure a high scoring performance.

SAT Honors

A comprehensive expert-led intensive SAT test prep program with guided practice sessions

SAT Exclusive

Ace the SAT with the help of a rigorous individualized tutoring with our most experienced (Exclusive) trainers

SAT Customized

Individualized tutoring with flexible timings for those students who want focused attention.

SAT Blend

Self learning with Instructor led 8 doubt clearing sessions.

SAT Self Paced

Self-learning on the advanced Princeton Review Platform.

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SAT FAQ's

How much does it cost to take the SAT exam?

The fee for attempting the SAT in India is $96.50 for without the optional Essay and $113.50 with the Essay – both inclusive of International Fee of $49. If you change your SAT date or Center, an additional $29 is charged.

 

Can I take the SAT as many times as I want? or is there a limit?

Students can take the SAT as many times as they want, however, recommended is twice or thrice.

Can I cancel my SAT scores?

“Yes. If you feel you didn’t do well on the SAT you can cancel the test. In the test center, you can ask the test co-ordinator for a request to cancel the test scores form, complete it, sign and return the form to the test coordinator. If you want to cancel the test after leaving the test center, download the request to cancel the test scores form from the college board site. The completed form should be sent to the address given on the college board site. The form should not be submitted through phone or e-mail. Refer the link for more details, https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/scores/canceling-scores”

How much high school math do I need before I can start preparing for the SAT?

“Most of the topics in the SAT Math are covered in class 9 or 10. A few topics would be new for the student which can be learnt in our SAT course.”

What is the procedure to register for the SAT?

Steps to register for the SAT:

1. Sign in to your free College Board account. If you do not have an account on the College Board, create a new account.
2. Provide your full, legal name and other identifying information. Make sure it’s the exact same name and information shown on your photo ID.
3. Decide if you want to answer other questions about yourself. This takes time, but it’s worth it if you want colleges and scholarship organizations to find you. Learn why you should opt in to Student Search Service®.
4. Upload a photo that meets very specific photo requirements.
5. Check out by making the payment and print your Admission Ticket.

What is the right time to prepare for the SAT?

For Indian students, the ideal time to start the SAT preparation would be after 10th-grade board exams. Students will be a little free for at least the next three months after completing the 10th exams before they get packed with 11th and 12th-grade school tasks. Most of the topics tested in the SAT are covered in the 10th class, so it is neither too early nor too late. Students will also get time for 2nd or 3rd attempt if required.

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