What is the SAT?

The SAT is a university admission test that is recognized globally. It measures your reading, writing and math abilities. Your SAT score helps determine which American universities  & Turkish Universities you can attend in the US and internationally.


  • Score is based out of 1600 points – 800 for Math; 800 for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. Optional essay will receive a separate score
  • Subscores and insight scores available.
  • No wrong answer penalty


  • 1 Evidence-Based Reading and Writing test; 65-minute Reading section, 35-minute Language and Writing section
  • 1 Math test; 55-minute section with calculator, 25-minute section without calculator
  • 4 answer choices for multiple choice questions
  • 1 essay test (optional but most universities will require it; 50 minutes in length)


3 hours; 3 hours 50 minutes with optional essay


Non U.S Regional Fee (without essay) Non U.S Regional Fee (with optional essay)
$46 $60


  • Score is based out of 1600 points – 800 for Math; 800 for Evidence-Based Reading and Writing. Optional essay will receive a separate score
  • Subscores and insight scores available.
  • No wrong answer penalty


  • Available digitally and in print
  • Questions focus on in-depth analysis of content


  • Students have 50 minutes to analyze a 650-750 word document and draft an essay
  • Tests reading, analysis and writing skills; requires students to analyze a source document and explain how the author builds an arguement
  • Optional, however most universities will require the essay. Please check with the university you want to attend.


  • Concentrated focus on problem-solving and data analysis, “The Heart of Algebra,” “Passport to Advanced Math”
  • Real-world problem-solving accompanied by informational graphics
  • Calculator permitted for 37 questions, not permitted for 20 questions
  • Multiple choice and grid-in questions, 1 enhanced grid-in question

Reading and Writing

  • Reading and Writing combined into “Evidence-Based Reading and Writing”
  • Reading section does not contain Sentence Completions
  • Tests understanding on passages from U.S. and World Literature, History/Social Studies, and Sciences (500-850 words)
  • Writing and language: tests “Expression of Ideas” and “Standard English Conventions” through passages relating to Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities and Science
  • Questions pull from extended prose (400-450 words)

SAT 1 Preparation Courses

SAT exams, SAT ( Reasoning Test ) and SAT II ( Subject Tests ) consists of two separate exams to be .

Course Details

  • Language Levels: B1/B2 – Upper Intemediate Level -Independent User
  • Course Duration: 5 weeks Total 100 hours courses
  • Lessons per week: 20 Lessons
  • Average class size: Minimum 6 / Max. 12
  • Start Date:  1 July 2019  Monday

SAT 2 Preparation Courses

About the SAT II Subject Tests

An Achievement Test by any other name… The SAT II is a set of more than 20 different tests focusing on specific disciplines such as English, History and Social Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Sciences, and Foreign Languages. Each Subject Test lasts one hour and consists entirely of multiple-choice questions, except for the Writing Test, which has a 20-minute essay section in addition to a 40-minute multiple-choice section.

How Does the SAT II Differ from SAT I?

SAT I is largely a test of verbal and math skills. True, you need to know some vocabulary and some formulas for the SAT I, but it’s designed to measure how well you read and think rather than what you know. 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

International Undergraduate Students – Admission Requirements Of Istanbul Technical Unıversity




SAT “Scholastic Assessment Test”

600/800 (Mathematics Level 2)

Subject: Mathematics Level 2

Conservatory Programs

SAT “Scholastic Assessment Test”

400/800 (Reasonmg)


Admission Requirements    of               Boğaziçi University

Scholastic Aptitude Test  (SAT) score card

The candidate must have received a minimum score of 35.5 out of 40 in the “Math” test and a total score of 65 out of 80 in the “Math” and “Reading” tests of the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). SAT scores are valid for two years.

  Admission Requirements    of   Yıldız Technical University

 SAT Total score of 1200 out of 1600 is required.

+ (640 out of 800 points is required from SAT1 Math section.)

(SAT is valid for 1 year.)

  Admission Requirements   Of  Hacettepe University

SAT: At least 1100 total score and at least 600 Mathematics score,



A minimum total SAT1 score of 1200 out of 1600 in “Math” and “Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (Critical Reading in older version)”, with a minimum “Math” score of 680 out of 800 for the Faculties of Engineering, Architecture and the scientific programs of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences ORan average of 770 in at least 3 subjects in the SAT Subject (SAT2) test relevant to the program applied for(Math2 must be among subjects for the Faculties of Engineering, Architecture and the scientific programs of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.

A minimum total SAT1 score of 1000 out of 1600 in “Math” and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (Critical Reading in older version) exams, with a minimum “Math” score of 600 out of 800 for Engineering, Economics and Business Administration programs OR an average of 700 in at least 3 subjects SAT Subject (SAT2) test relevant to the program applied for in the.

 Admission Requirements   Of   GAZI UNIVERSITY



SAT Reasoning

SAT Reasoning Test

A minimum total SAT1 score of 1100 out of 1600 in “Math” and “Critical Reading” exams, with a minimum “Math” score of 660 out of 800 for Faculty Engineering, Faculty of Architecture and Scientific programs of Faculty of Arts and Science.(600 for short cycle programmes)

Frequently Asked Questions

With the essay, the SAT lasts 3 hours and 50 minutes. Without the essay, it takes 3 hours. Every SAT test contains the same four sections: Reading, Writing and Language, Math – No Calculator, and Math – Calculator in that order. Some test administrations also include experimental questions, which would extend your total testing time by 20 minutes.

You can take the SAT as many times as you want, but most students take the test 2 or 3 times. We recommend taking the PSAT or a practice test your sophomore year. Plan ahead to take the official SAT in spring or winter of junior year. If you are unhappy with your score, that leaves you time to prep and take it again before application deadlines. Your scores are good for 5 years.

A perfect score on the SAT is 1600. The minimum score is 400. A good score will depend on your goal and your dream school. A 1060 is about average, though the official average can vary from year to year. Some colleges superscore. This means they combine your highest Math score and your highest Evidence-Based Reading and Writing score from multiple test dates to make a “super” score

Good news: you don’t have to spend hours memorizing flashcards. Some formulas are provided, and all vocab is tested in context. To prepare for test day, brush up your foundational skills. Make sure you are comfortable with charts and graphs, which are used throughout the test. Not sure where to start? We can provide a plan to prioritize your studying and practice efficient strategies.

 SAT Test Dates & Registration

Test Date

Registration Deadline

Late Registration Deadline

1 December, 2018

17 October, 2018

2 November, 2018

9 March, 2019

23 January, 2019

8 February, 2019

4 May, 2019

20 March, 2019

5 April, 2019

Why ALS?

Your English may be good, but without  strategy of   SAT Preparation , it’s hard to succeed without knowing how to approach SAT questions. In addition to good education, an illuminating analytical thinking education is required as well as the ability to interpret in some questions. Otherwise it is almost impossible to get the desired score for SAT. Our teachers have been experts in the field of SAT training for many years; our free materials are exactly the same as the content of the exam.

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