The SAT Subject Tests are standardized tests given on individual subjects, taken to improve a student's credentials for admission to a college in the USA.  They are hour-long, content-based tests which help the students to showcase their interests, expertise and achievement in specific subject areas. SAT Subject Tests allow students to stand out among others during college admissions. In conjunction with other admission credentials (high school record, SATscores, teacher recommendations, etc.), they provide a more complete picture of a student’s academic background and interests.

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics and science. Students typically choose their tests depending upon college entrance requirements of their chosen institute and their own area of expertise.

The students can download SAT Subject Test Practice Paper to practice and prepare better for the test. The SAT subject test sample paper is provided by The College Board.

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Is an outstanding SAT score alone enough to get into MIT or Stanford University for UG courses?

Bhawna Mehbubani 26th May, 2020

Farhan, your higher secondary board scores i.e your GPA range and your rank will also greatly contribute to your admission process in along with a good SAT score.

You should check the official website links of the two colleges for more information

https://admission.stanford.edu/apply/selection/profile16.html

https://mitadmissions.org/apply/firstyear/tests-scores/

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I have done my BDS from Bangalore. Will SAT, IELTs, and TOEFL be of any use for doing my MDS in foreign??

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 22nd May, 2020
Hello.
Yes , your mentioned exams SAT, TOFEL, IELTS  will be helpful for getting into foreign universities for MDS , almost all Universities in maximum countries require one English language proficiency test which may be either TOFEL or IELTS , now it's your choice which one you will go for and now if it is about SAT so in such it is not mandatory but majority of University accept your admission through SAT exam also, while apart from this some other exams are also accepted for admission in foreign universities .
Best of luck.
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which is the best tution center in India to prepare for SAT IELETS etc?

harshita sharan Student Expert 20th May, 2020

Hello aspirant,

There are many coaching institutes providing tution for SAT or IELETS in India. However, the most important thing for a student preparation is self motivation and time management. You can choose any of the following coaching institutes :

  • IELTS Guru
  • Time Institute
  • Edwise
  • Fateh Education Delhi
  • Manya - The Princeton Review
  • British Council

Good Luck

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can I apply for foreign universities from india if I drop one year and write some exams like SAT and other exams for helping my acceptance and i am right now a 12 th student with no international olympiad medals and from a lower middle class family ?

Sk Student Expert 17th May, 2020

Hi

Getting terrible evaluations isn't the finish of your vocation. Understudies with terrible evaluations

regularly alarm about not getting induction into a College because of their exacting confirmation rules.

Be that as it may, terrible levels shouldn't be an impediment to exceed expectations in your profession,

this is particularly valid for understudies intending to concentrate abroad.

Yes, of course you can study in USA after 12th, there are so many universities in which you can apply, Go

to University . It is one such website where you can check so many courses, there so many career

options to choose from, you can compare the courses also and there are so many more things. it is very

useful.

The universities will look at your 9th, 10th and 11th standard marks first. ... Even though a university

does not mention any cut-off or minimum score, the single most important consideration for admission

into a university are your marks. Not just the 12th standard, but also your 9th, 10th and 11th standard

marks.

there is an approach to read abroad for nothing. Understudies frequently think a semester or year

abroad is extremely costly, and from numerous points of view, it is, particularly for Americans who

regularly take a crack at programs related with their home college or a "center man" organization that

will charge you a great deal of cash.

In any case, in case you're quick to read abroad for a minimal effort, or no expense by any means, and

wouldn't fret exploring additional administrative work and applications, you could wind up reading

abroad for nothing, with the alternative to do a year or even your entire degree abroad as well.

So in the event that you need to concentrate abroad yet can't manage the significant sticker price,

consider one of these nations where you can read abroad for nothing.

Brazil, Norway, Greece, Iceland, Luxembourg, France.

I hope this would help you.

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National Talent Search Examination NTSE exam paper based on 10 sat

Shudhanshu Gupta Student Expert 16th May, 2020
Hello.
Kindly check the syllabus of NTSE exam based on the 10th SAT portion, through the below link:
https://school.careers360.com/articles/ntse-syllabus/amp
You can check the syllabus for entire NTSE exam including all section if you find any other query then you can mention in the comment section.
Best of luck.
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