SAT exam syllabus
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Can someone tell me what the SAT syllabus is?
SAT exam syllabus-
- The reading section has five passages: one from fiction, one from philosophy and general themes of daily life, one from economy/sociology/psychology, and two from everyday science. Aspirants are required to read the passages and answer the set of questions in the given context with reasoning and arguments.
- Writing and Language Test comprises of 44 MCQs from 4 passages (science, careers, history, humanities, and social sciences) where students need to articulate and express their ideas by taking care of the language conventions. Some questions also ask aspirants to fix grammatical and syntax errors in the given passages.
- The SAT syllabus for mathematics includes questions from Algebra, Problem Solving, and Data Analytics and Advanced Math in both sub-sections.
- Lastly, the optional part of the essay is used for a more in-depth examination of a candidate’s thought process, their understanding of the world, and their set of beliefs. On the other hand, it is also a combined test of a student’s reading, writing, and analytical skills.