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What is SAT-II ?

Individual-Courses

SAT Subject Tests test you on your knowledge of subjects on a high school level. The best way to prepare is to take the relevant courses and work hard in them. There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, history, languages, mathematics and science. Each Subject Test is an hour long. They are all multiple-choice and scored on a 200–800 scale.

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Preparatory classes
Total 60+ hours

Total no. of concept classes 24

(Conceptual learning , basic and advanced practice questions)

Class duration:

2 hours each

Course duration 

Course duration: Two months (4 classes per week)

Comprehensive study material and worksheets provided related to all topics Trained and experienced faculty.

12+ subject test based simulated tests

Exhaustive review and evaluation of the answer sheets

How do we go about it

Conduct a Diagnostic test

Analyze and evaluate each student on the basis of their diagnostic test scores and identify their strengths and areas of improvement

Conduct classes focusing on individual student needs

Conduct subject specific Mock Tests

Exhaustive analysis and detailed discussion of the mistakes with each student individually.

HOW SAT -II IS USED
BY COLLEGE?

Those schools that require SATs feel that they’re an important indicator of your ability to succeed in college. Specifically, they use your scores in one or both of two ways:
• To help them make admissions decisions
• To help them make placement decisions

Like the SAT I , the SAT II: Subject Tests provide schools with a standard measure of academic performance, which they use to compare you to applicants from different high schools and different educational backgrounds. This information helps them to decide whether you’re ready to handle their curriculum.

SAT II scores may also be used to decide what course of study is appropriate for you once you’ve been admitted. A low score on the Writing Test, for example, may mean that you have to take a remedial English course. Conversely, a high score on the Math Level IIC Test may mean that you’ll be exempted from an introductory math course.

HOW SAT -II DIFFERENT
FROM SAT?

The SAT II is very different. It’s designed to measure what you know about specific disciplines. Sure, critical reading and thinking skills play a part on these tests, but their main purpose is to determine exactly what you know about writing, math, history, chemistry, and so on.

WHICH SUBJECT TO
CHOOSE IN SAT -II?

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, History, Languages, Mathematics, and Science. Colleges demand that you take particular tests, usually the Writing Test and/or one of the Math Tests. Some schools will give you some choice in the matter, especially if they want you to take a total of three Subject Tests. So, before you register to take any tests, check with colleges to find out exactly which tests they require for the admission procedures for a particular course.

When is SAT-II conducted?

The tests are conducted by the college board every year during the month of August, October , December , May and June. For Indian applicants, SAT Subject Tests are conducted five times a year. Ideally, these subject tests should be taken by May or June of your grade 12.

WHICH SUBJECT TO
CHOOSE IN SAT -II?

There are 20 SAT Subject Tests in five general subject areas: English, History, Languages, Mathematics, and Science. Colleges demand that you take particular tests, usually the Writing Test and/or one of the Math Tests. Some schools will give you some choice in the matter, especially if they want you to take a total of three Subject Tests. So, before you register to take any tests, check with colleges to find out exactly which tests they require for the admission procedures for a particular course.

When is SAT-II conducted?

The tests are conducted by the college board every year during the month of August, October , December , May and June. For Indian applicants, SAT Subject Tests are conducted five times a year. Ideally, these subject tests should be taken by May or June of your grade 12.

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