Most colleges and institutions rely their admissions decision on the SAT entrance exam in countries like The USA, Canada, The UK and Australia. The SAT is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test created and administered by the College Board for the students who wish to pursue their undergraduate programs. The SAT is used to assess a high school student’s preparation for college and to give universities a single element of comparative information using which to evaluate all candidates. Standardized test results will be compared to your high school GPA, courses you took, letters of reference from professors or mentors, extra-curriculars, entrance interviews, and personal statements by college admissions officers.
SAT has two sections:
- Evidence -based reading & writing