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ABOUT SAT II

What is SAT Subject Test?

The SAT Subject Tests are one-hour-long exams that give you the opportunity to demonstrate knowledge and showcase achievement in specific subjects. They provide a fair and reliable measure of your achievement in high school—information that can help enhance your college application portfolio.

SAT Biology E/M

The Biology Subject Test assesses your understanding of general biology at the college preparatory level, your recall and comprehension of the major concepts of biology, and your ability to apply the principles learned to solve specific problems in biology. Both Biology Ecological and Biology Molecular are offered.

SAT Chemistry

The Chemistry Subject Test measures your ability to organize and interpret results obtained by observation and experimentation. The test also assesses your aptitude for drawing conclusions and/or making inferences using experimental data, including data presented in graphic and/or tabular form.

SAT Physics

The Physics Subject Test measures your ability to solve specific problems with the application of physical principles. The test also assesses your understanding of simple algebraic, trigonometric, and graphical relationships, the concepts of ratio and proportion, and how to apply these concepts to physics problems.

SAT Math Level 1

Tests: Algebra, geometry, basic trigonometry, Algebraic functions, elementary statistics, logic, elementary number theory, and arithmetic and geometric sequences.

SAT Math Level 2

Tests: Algebra, three-dimensional and coordinate geometry, Trigonometry, functions, probability, permutations, combinations, logic, proofs, elementary number theory, sequences, and limits.

Why You Should Take the SAT

SAT Subject Tests measure how well you know a subject area and your ability to apply that knowledge. SAT Subject Tests aren’t connected to specific textbooks or teaching methods. The content of each test evolves to reflect the latest trends in what is taught in typical high school courses in the corresponding subject.

SAT Subject Tests measure how well you know a subject area and your ability to apply that knowledge. SAT Subject Tests aren’t connected to specific textbooks or teaching methods. The content of each test evolves to reflect the latest trends in what is taught in typical high school courses in the corresponding subject.

  • A good score is a must for students applying in foreign universities along with earning scholarships and financial aids. Lastly, it is a widely held belief and our experience also indicates that if you do well on SAT you will also do well on the aptitude tests of local universities.
  • A good score is a must for students applying in foreign universities along with earning scholarships and financial aids. Lastly, it is a widely held belief and our experience also indicates that if you do well on SAT you will also do well on the aptitude tests of local universities.

How many SAT Subject Tests can you take?

You may take up to three Subject Tests in one sitting, although you should spread them out if you can. On test day, you can change the number of tests or subject you take with no penalty—except for Language with Listening tests. Also only one Biology test can be taken per test date. (The first 60 questions of the Biology test are the same whether you take Biology-Ecological or Biology-Molecular. Thus, you can take only one or the other.)

How are SAT Subject Tests scored?

Each Subject Test is scored on a 200–800 scale. You get 1 point for each correct answer, and ¼ point is deducted for each question you answer incorrectly. That means you shouldn’t necessarily answer every question, but guessing is always a good idea if you can eliminate two or three of the options.

Is it better to appear in SAT more than once?

Yes, usually your score improves from one attempt to another. If you have some good days of preparation its better to gave it twice especially for students applying in university with a compulsory SAT requirement

When do I get the result

You can view your score report online between 15 to 20 days after you took the test. Your official score report will be provided to you and your high school, if you included the code, about five weeks after the test. Students who register online and wish to receive a paper score report by mail in addition to the online score report must request it when they register. Students who register by mail and who do not have active College Board online accounts will continue to receive paper score reports.

How long after the test can I use my scores?

SAT scores are valid for five years after the testing year in which you tested. However, this varies from university to university.

IBAGRADS – SAT II TEST PREPARATION

Our SAT Classroom Courses- Personalized, Proven, & Guaranteed

Our SAT classroom course is among the most rigorous focused and personalized anywhere. The expert instructors will work closely work with you to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and you will get free extra help whenever you need it.

Structured Test Preparation

Whether it is Math, Physics or Chemistry, we first explain the concepts and tricks of the topic thoroughly and then make you practice with the real SAT II questions asked in the previous tests. We conduct 6 real tests throughout the course to gauge your improvement as we move along the course. These tests are different from the 8 tests given in the official guide. Through these tests, the instructor figures out your specific weak areas and works closely with you to turn your weaknesses into your strengths.

The result is that, on the test day, you go for the test as a very confident candidate as you have understood each topic perfectly well, practiced heaps of questions and have a feeling of satisfaction that you have left no stone unturned in the way of preparing for the test.

Proven Test Record

Our SAT students improve an average of 250 points – the top 25% improve a whopping 400 points!

Course Structure

Total no. of classes: 30-35

Total no. of Hours: 120 hours

OFFICIAL SAT FULL LENGTH Test under timed conditions: 6

Individual Attention: No more than 25 students in class.

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SAT II ADVANTAGES

1 :Admission through SAT in IBA

BSCS and BSEM program – SAT I

A score of 640 (out of 800) in Mathematics
A score of 600 (out of 800) in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Scores of Essay are not required for the purposes of admission

SAT II (Level 2)

A score of 650 (out of 800) in SAT II (Subject Test) in Mathematics

2 :LUMS only gives admissions only the basis of SAT-1 and SAT-2 scores in its engineering undergraduate programs

3 : NUST and GIKIallocates few seats only for SAT-2 based registration

4 : Many other engineering universities give admissions on the basis of SAT-1 and SAT-2 combined.

5 : SAT is standardized and specifically tells you about question structures and format.

6 : You can give SAT as many times as you want. There are 4 attempts in a year.

SAT II TEST DATES/ CALENDAR

For registration deadlines and test dates please refer to the following chart. Early registration is advisable to ensure availability at your preferred testing location.

October 5,2019

November 2,2019

December 7, 2019

may 2, 2020

June 6, 2020

SAT II RESGITERTAION PROCESS AND FEE

Registration deadlines closes approximately one week before each test date. The SAT is offered 5 times a year at testing centers in Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad. To learn about how to register, click here https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat-subject-tests/register

What is the Identification requirement for SAT candidates in Pakistan?

A valid Passport is a must for Pakistani citizen.

FEES

Test Fees

International SAT Subject Test Registration Fees

ITEM Fee
Registration Fee
(This covers one Test Date on Which you can Take One, Two, or three Subject Tests)
Each SAT Subject Test (Except Language Tests With Listening)
Fee
$26 $22 Additional Per Test

Fee Waiver Link:

https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register/fees/fee-waivers

SAT CONTACT INFORMATION

If you have any unanswered quesries about the SAT, you can visit  https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/contact-us

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