SAT test is the test owned by the College Board which helps analyze the academic knowledge of the student in important subjects. SAT, also known as Scholastic Assessment Test is the popular test taken by high school students in order to gain admissions in desired colleges and universities. SAT test scores reflect the understanding of the concepts learnt by the student and it helps the students to be able to showcase their academic achievement to their respective colleges and universities. SAT test is conducted many times a year and students can take the test based on their availability and convenience. Typically, students who take SAT test are high school sophomores, juniors or seniors.
SAT test consists of 3 main sections: Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. Each section majorly consists of multiple choice questions and students should pick the right answer by selecting one of the options. In SAT, it is not always recommended to guess an answer for a doubtful question since there will be negative penalty for wrong answers. So unless very sure, it is otherwise risky to guess an answer as points will be deducted from the existing score for a simple wrong answer. Questions in SAT are of different types and range from easy level to medium to difficult level questions. Time is a major constraint in the test and hence students must practice working on questions in a very less time. SAT examines the logical and conceptual knowledge of the student and hence students must practice accordingly.