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The Digital SAT Prep

The SAT is an entrance test for students seeking admission to undergraduate programs abroad, especially in the US, Canada, and Singapore. Many universities in India also accept SAT scores.

The SAT will be digital from March 2023 in India

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About the Digital SAT®

What is the Digital SAT?

The Digital SAT is an entrance test for students seeking admission to undergraduate programs abroad, especially in the US, Canada, and Singapore. Many universities in India also accept SAT scores.

The Digital SAT tests 2 skills:

  1. Reading and Writing
  2. Math

These skills are tested through 2 sections consisting of 2 modules each.

Reading and Writing Section

The Reading and Writing Section has 54 questions, which are divided into two equal-length modules, each having 27 questions. Students have 32 minutes to complete each module.

The Reading and Writing Section score ranges from 200 to 800 points.

Questions in the Reading and Writing Section represent four content domains:

  1. Craft and Structure: Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts.
  2. Information and Ideas: Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs).
  3. Standard English Conventions: Measures the ability to edit texts to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
  4. Expression of Ideas: Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals

Math Section

The Math section consists of 44 questions, which are divided into two equal-length modules, each having 22 questions. Students have 35 minutes to complete each module. The Math Section score ranges from 200 to 800 points.

The Math test questions are divided into 4 main areas:

  1. Heart of Algebra: you are required to construct equations that describe situations, resolve equations and systems of equations, and draw connections between various illustrations of linear relationships in these problems.
  2. Problem-Solving and Data Analysis: you are required to solve questions using ratios, percentages, and proportional reasoning or interpret statistical data for given graphs and tables.
  3. Passport to Advanced Math: you are required to solve complex mathematical equations and functions.

Additional topics in Mathematics: these include questions based on geometry, trigonometry, and complex numbers.

How is the Digital SAT scored?

Each section of the SAT is scored on a 200 to 800-point scale. The total SAT score ranges from a minimum of 400 to a maximum of 1600 points. No points are deducted for incorrect answers, which means you can attempt all the questions.

How long is the Digital SAT?

The total test duration is 2 hours and 24 minutes, including a 10-minute break after the RW section. Students have 64 minutes to complete the Reading and Writing (RW) section and 70 minutes to complete the Math section

What is the Digital SAT exam fee?

The SAT exam fee is USD 109.

How can I register for the Digital SAT?

To check the availability and to register for the SAT, go to https://sat.collegeboard.org/register/sat-international-dates

    • To check where the SAT® is administered in your city, visit the College Board test center page.
    • For further information visit collegeboard.org

Other Information

The next upcoming SAT test dates are as follows:

SAT Test Dates Deadline for Registration Changes, and Regular Cancellation
Dec 3, 2022 Nov 3, 2022
Mar 11, 2023 (Digital)** Feb 24, 2023
May 6, 2023 (Digital)** Apr 21, 2023
June 3, 2023 (Digital)** May 19, 2023

SAT® is a registered trademark of The College Board.

List of 49 Indian colleges accepting SAT Scores

  • Ahmedabad University

  • Atria University
  • Anant National University
  • Ashoka University

  • Azim Premji University

  • Bennett University

  • BML Munjal University

  • FLAME University

  • Gandhi Institute of Technology and Management

  • G D Goenka University

  • World University of Design

  • IIM Ranchi

  • Sophia College for Women
  • Chitkara University

  • Indian School of Business and Finance

  • Jagdish Sheth School of Management

  • Jai Hind College (University of Mumbai)

  • JAIN (Deemed to be University)
  • KREA University

  • NMIMS

  • Manipal Academy of Higher Education

  • Manipal University Jaipur

  • S. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences

  • O.P. Jindal Global University

  • Plaksha University

  • SASTRA (Deemed University)

  • Vellore Institute of Technology

  • Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham

  • MIT World Peace University
  • Jagran Lakecity University

  • The Northcap University

  • Rishihood University

  • Sai University

  • Shiv Nadar University

  • Shoolini University

  • SRM University, AP – Amaravati

  • SRM Institute of Science and Technology

  • SRM University Delhi-NCR, Sonepat

  • Sri Sri University

  • Srishti School of Art Design and Technology

  • Manav Rachna International Institute of Research and Studies

  • Symbiosis International (Deemed University)

  • University of Petroleum and Energy Science

  • S P Jain School of Global Management
  • Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology (Deemed University)

  • Vijaybhoomi University
  • Symbiosis Skills and Professional University

  • Vidyashilp University

  • Woxsen University

FAQs

What is the purpose of the Digital SAT?2022-11-07T15:29:15+05:30

The Digital SAT is an entrance test for students seeking admission to undergraduate programs abroad, especially in the US, Canada, and Singapore. Many universities in India also accept SAT scores.

What is the full form of the SAT?2022-11-07T15:28:05+05:30

Earlier the full form of the SAT used to be the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Later it came to be called the Scholastic Assessment Test. However, now the SAT does not specifically have a full form attached to it.

Who owns the SAT?2022-11-07T15:26:27+05:30

The SAT is wholly owned, developed, and published by the College Board, a private, not-for-profit organization in the United States.

What are the benefits of taking the Digital SAT?2022-11-07T15:24:51+05:30
  1. The SAT scales the Reading, Writing, and Math skills of the student. These are the skills that matter most for the college and career readiness of the student. Thus, preparing for the SAT itself is a good exercise that prepares the student for higher education and career.
  2. The SAT helps the student get feedback on his/her knowledge in the said areas as the SAT score gives the student his/her academic standing on a global level.
  3. Moreover, the SAT scores are often used as an admissions requirement and can be submitted as part of the application package.
  4. A good SAT score strengthens the student’s profile and significantly improves the chances of getting admission to his/her university of choice for the stream sought.
  5. Finally, scholarships and tuition fee waivers can be won by students with good SAT scores.
For how long is the Digital SAT score valid?2022-11-07T15:23:50+05:30

Technically, SAT scores are valid forever, which means they do not have an expiry date, but many universities do not accept scores that are older than five years or more.

What should be the ideal time to take the Digital SAT test?2022-11-07T15:22:21+05:30

An ideal time to take the SAT test is in the 11th grade. It’s important to leave buffer time to retake the test if you need to raise your score before you apply to colleges.

How long after taking the Digital SAT are the Test Scores available?2022-11-07T15:21:31+05:30

The Test Scores are available “in a few days” after the student takes the Digital SAT, as specified by the College Board.

How is the Digital SAT scored?2022-11-07T15:20:21+05:30

Each section of the Digital SAT is scored on a 200 to 800-point scale. The total SAT score ranges from a minimum of 400 to a maximum of 1600 points. Scores are in ten-point intervals.

No points are deducted for incorrect answers, which means you can attempt all the questions.

What is Multistage adaptive testing in Digital SAT?2022-11-07T15:16:03+05:30

Each test section starts with the set of questions in the first module, which the students must complete. Before going on to the second module, students can demonstrate their progress with this module’s wide range of easy, medium, and hard problems. Based on how test-takers perform in the first module, the questions in this second module are generally targeted to the test-takers achievement level; questions are either (on average) higher difficulty or lower difficulty than questions in the first module. As a result, the exam “adapts” to display questions that are better suited to a student’s level of performance.

What’s staying the same in Digital SAT?2022-11-07T15:19:23+05:30
  • Use of reading/writing passages across a range of academic disciplines and text complexities.
  • Required demonstrations of command of evidence, both textual and quantitative.
  • Emphasis on high-utility words and phrases in context.
  • Focus on revising and editing writing to improve the effectiveness of expression, achieve specified rhetorical goals, and demonstrate command of core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
  • Continued focus on the math that matters most for college and career readiness and success.
  • Math problems in (and out of) context.
  • Use of both multiple-choice and student-produced response question formats in the Math section
Is the use of calculators allowed on the Digital SAT?2022-11-07T15:13:08+05:30

Yes. The student is allowed to use specific calculators on the Digital SAT to answer the questions in the Math section.  Students may use their own approved calculator on test day or take advantage of the graphing calculator built directly into the testing application.  If you choose to bring your own calculator to use throughout the Math section, there’s more to it than making sure you’ve got a fresh set of batteries.

Calculators permitted during testing include:

How to practice the Digital SAT mock tests?2022-11-07T15:11:18+05:30

You can access the mock tests by registering on the Bluebook App. The link is https://bluebook.app.collegeboard.org/