What is SAT?

SCHOLASTIC APTITUDE TEST commonly referred to as SAT is a standardized test used as a requirement for admission into US colleges. As the name implies, the score achieved determines if an individual is eligible for any scholarship and to what degree this scholarship will cover.

The overall SAT test has a total score of 1600; the kind of scholarship you are eligible for varies, according to the overall score you achieve. 

A maximum score of 1600 could get you a full scholarship covering tuition and boarding fees, but most scholarships are dependent on multiple factors such as your high school GPA, US Citizenship status (national or non-national) etc.

To register for this exam as an international student and more information, visit the following site:
Register as an International Student

For National Students:
Register as a National

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