SAT I review books
SAT I review books
- Friday October 18th, 2019
- Posted by: Đỗ Thành Danh
GSQT – SAT I review books are currently quite “hot” these days because SAT is a “sought” test for candidates who want to apply to US universities.
With countless books from many publishers, to choose the appropriate SAT I review books and avoid the cost of collecting entire SAT books but the content is duplicated or does not follow the program, you should carefully study the SAT overview first:
|Section||Number of questions||Type of questions||Time|
|Reading||30 questions||Arithmetic, geometry and concepts||30 minutes|
|Writing and Language||44 questions||Find the mistakes
Edit the sentences
Edit the paragraphs
|Math||20 questions||Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, data analysis and statistics
Do not use the calculator
|Math||28 multiple-choice questions
10 grid-in questions
|Algebra, geometry, trigonometry, data analysis and statistics
Use the calculator
|Essay||01 essay (not be scored)||Use comments and reasoning to answer a problem||50 minutes|
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Now that you understand SAT exam structure. In addition, you need to add some information about how to calculate SAT score and some other information around the exam.
From 2016 onwards, candidates will only receive points for correct answers and no points will be deducted for incorrect answers. Reading, Writing and Language has a scale of 200 to 800. Most universities will require a score of 1300 or more, schools with competitive levels need to reach over 1400 points and you need to achieve more than 1500 points if you want to enter famous schools.
SAT is administered 7 times a year. Visit the official website, you will have the latest information and the most accurate instructions for how to register, policies and regulations around this exam.
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Choose SAT I review books
Nowadays, SAT is quite popular but still new to many young people. If setting goals to study in developed countries, you should research by yourself with some SAT I review books such as Master the new SAT, McGraw-Hill Education SAT, Perfect 800: SAT Math…
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