SAT 2015 Test Dates
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SAT Test Dates: SAT is a standardised test taken for college level admission in the United States. It is an internationally recognised test that evaluates a candidate’s knowledge in reading, writing and quantitative aptitude and also other specialised subjects. SAT test is based on subjects taught in high school programs. SAT assesses how well the test takers analyse and solve problems. It is usually taken by junior and senior high school students. The SAT test dates for the students who take the test from the US and international students from outside the US are the same.

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There are two types of SAT Test: SAT Reasoning Test and SAT Subject Test. The SAT Subject Test includes:

  • U.S. History

  • Literature

  • Chemistry

  • Physics

  • French

  • Spanish

  • Mathematics Level 2

  • Mathematics Level 1

  • Biology E/M

The SAT test dates 2016 for Subject Test and Reasoning Test varies. Below given are the SAT 2016 test dates along with registration dates:      

                                       

                                               Late registration deadline                         

SAT Date

Registration Deadline

Deadline for changes in application

Oct. 1, 2016

Sept. 1, 2016

Sept. 20, 2016

Nov. 5, 2016

Oct. 7, 2016

Oct. 25, 2016

Dec. 3, 2016

Nov. 3, 2016

Nov. 22, 2016

Jan. 21, 2017

Dec. 21, 2016

Jan. 10, 2017

May 6, 2017

Apr. 7, 2017

Apr. 25, 2017

June 3, 2017

May 9, 2017

May 24, 2017

Since SAT test is taken for admission in colleges, students must take the test when they are in junior or senior high school. 

 

The SAT test syllabus varies according to the type of the test. SAT Reasoning Test is for 3 hours and 45 minutes and it assesses a student’s reading, writing and mathematical ability. The test has three sections- writing, critical reading and mathematics with a maximum score of 2400. SAT Subject tests are taken for a specific subject. The duration of the exam is 1 hour. Candidates can take a subject test for more than one subject or as required by the institute he/she wants admission into. SAT is basically objective but includes an essay for the writing section.

 

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the cutoff for qualifying was40% in both sat,mat in sat i have scored 48 and in mat 40 but i have not been selected why when i have scored 40%in both?

vignesh 21st Feb, 2020

Dear Daniyel,

Both the SAT and the MAT exams that you have taken are strictly percentile based.

Applicants appeared for the exams would have got more percentile that yours and that would be the reason for your rejection.

However you can take the exam in the next session and try scoring a percentile of more than 85 which may be a better chance to get qualified.

Best of luck.

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hi sir jee 2020 my percentel 96.5141161.my home state Karnataka . sc category wide i want computer science course seat in you college pl send me answer.

Singampalli sai rahul Student Expert 14th Feb, 2020
Hello aspirant,

Based on your percentile score and cadte I will list out the top colleges in which you can get a seat in CSE Branch-

  • IIIT Delhi - Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIITD)
  • DTU - Delhi Technological University (DCE)
  • Chandigarh College of Engineering and Technology
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What is the difference between subject SAT test and General SAT ???If one has to give SAT for biology what will be the syllabus ???

hrithik jain 10th Feb, 2020

Hello,

The main and the biggest difference is that General SAT tests for the general Knowledge and critical reasoning while SAT subject test your knowledge in specific areas say: biology, math etc.

Also, General SAT is around 3 hours paper whereas, SAT subject is a 1 hour paper. General SAT is offered for around 7 times a year and SAT Subject is offered for like 6 times a year that too, depending on the subject (date wise).

There are two test for SAT Biology- Biology (E) and Biology (M), you cannot take both of them on the same date. (E) stands for Ecological and (M) for Molecular. The syllabus topics are as follows:

1. Cellular and Molecular Biology- 15%(E) and 27%(M)

2. Ecology - 23%(E) and 13%(M)

3. Genetics - 15%(E) and 20%(M)

4. Organismal Biology- 25%(E) and 25%(M)

5.  Evolution and Diversity - 22%(E) 15%(M )

*Consider these figures to be approximate and cross check before finalizing.

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Can I get admission into IIT or NIT based on my SAT subject test scores?? if so how to apply for it???

Koyel Bagchi 8th Feb, 2020

Hello,

No iit or nit can not accepts sat.

Because the majority of students are selects here through jee not by their talents. Even if the pattern of jee is changed then also it is not similar as sat.

Hope it helps you.

Thank you.

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I am going to complete my 11th standard in March 2020.Then can I write SAT exam in the month of June 2020.

AnkiT KunwaR 3rd Feb, 2020
Hello Aspirant,

Basically there is no eligibility criteria specifically for SAT 2020. Generally candidates can opt for the exam in their junior or senior years of high school (Indian Grades 11th or 12th), to be precise, aspirants are roughly between 17 or 18 years of age.

So, you will be eligible for SAT 2020.

Good Luck
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