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First things first: the SAT Subject Tests are each an hour long. That means that you can take up to three of them on any given day that they’re offered.
On the new SAT essay, each grader will assign you a score of 1-4 on each of three categories, for a total of 2-8 in each category. Read on for more about scores on the SAT essay.
It can be overwhelming to prepare to go to college (university) in a different country—and US college admissions can be a long and stressful process. There are a few logistical things that you’ll want to keep in mind as you prepare to take the SAT exam in India, including test dates, locations, fees, and special requirements.
When preparing for the ACT, a lot of students feel like they hit a wall at some point. Maybe your practice test scores are stagnating, or even dropping—it happens. When it happens for an extended period of time, though, you might be in a rut. Help pull yourself off of that plateau with a few tips from one of the least-understood tests on the ACT: science.