SAT I & SAT II (High School student readiness)
The SAT is a standardized exam required by most universities in The U.S.A, Canada, Europe and the Middle East to assess a candidate’s profile. The candidate’s SAT score is used to evaluate their academic potential in comparison with the rest of the program’s applicant pool. The test consists of 2 core sections, Verbal and Math, which are individually scored on a range of 200-800 and added to form the overall score. The SAT also includes an optional essay section which allows candidates to demonstrate their writing and analytical proficiency.