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    What is the eligibility criteria for SAT?

    dear sir

    i am going to give sat exam next year june 2013
    i wanted to know if i would be eligble to take admission, provided i get good marks, in 2013.





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    watermelon
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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for SAT?

    Hello Dear Friend ...

    How are you ???

    Fine ..


    S.A.T --- SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST

    There is no age limit for SAT exam

    It is expected that you have High School Education

    The SAT test is open to Students from the Background Because there is no particular eligibility for SAT

    You must endure that you are well prepared to achieve the high scores in the Exam

    You also need to have a Good Academics record

    And be engages in sports and Extra curricular activities

    The Acceptable ID's that you must have are

    School Identity card

    Driving license

    Valid password ....etc.,


    ALL THE GOOD LUCK




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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for SAT?

    Hello friend



    There is no defined eligibility for SAT exam.

    However, it is expected that you have high school education to be eligible for SAT exam.

    most students appear for the SAT test in their junior or senior year at school.

    There are certain identification provisions that are required for eligibility for SAT exam. For example, you will need to carry acceptable photo identification to the test center.

    The acceptable IDs are as follows:

    School identification card

    Student ID form

    Government-issued ID

    Valid passport

    Driverís license

    And the most important things regarding SAT exams is the age criteria.

    The age of the condidates should be greater than 21 year.
    Then only he/she will be allowed to seat in the exams.

    Hope it helps you.

    Thanks

    Good luck.

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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for SAT?

    hello guest,

    ELIGIBILITY

    As such there is no such strict eligibility for SAT exam. you can give it any time you want, just remember that it the sync with the college you are applying to else your college application will not submitted if the results comes out late.

    EXAM PATTERN

    SAT exam is broadly divided into two categories

    SAT-1

    SECTION NO. TOPIC NO. OF QUES CONTENTS

    1 Verbal 30 Sentence Completion,Analogies,Critical Reading

    2 Maths 25 Standard Multiple Choice

    3 Verbal 30 Analogies

    4 Maths 25 Quantitative Comparison,Student Produced Responses



    SAT-II


    This test is based on the core subject you opt for. Choice can be made from a total of 22 subjects.

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    bipin456
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    Re: What is the eligibility criteria for SAT?

    SAT - Scholastic aptitude test which is a standardized test for candidates those who want to take admission in under graduate programs in United sates .ELIGIBILITY :


    - You must complete his Class XII examination from a recognized university or Education Board.


    - If you are studying in Class XII are eligible to apply.



    Best Books for SAT Test :
    - The Official SAT Study Guide, 2nd edition by The College Board

    - Cracking the SAT, 2011 Edition by Princeton Review

    - Barron's SAT 25th Edition by Sharon Weiner Green M.A., Ira K. Wolf Ph.D.

    - 11 Practice Tests for the SAT & PSAT, 2011 Edition by Princeton Review

    - Barron's SAT 2400: Aiming for the Perfect Score by Linda Carnevale M.A., Roselyn Teukolsky M.S.



    List of colleges which accept SAT :





    Columbia University
    University of California-Berkeley
    University of Pennsylvania
    Yale University
    Duke University

    Boston College
    Stanford University
    California Institute of Technology
    Harvard University
    Princeton University
    Massachusetts Institute of Technology
    Georgetown University
    Washington University in St Louis

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