The SAT Reasoning Test assesses a student's critical thinking abilities, which are necessary for academic achievement in college. The SAT evaluates one's ability to analyze and solve problems. It also evaluates school-learned skills that will be useful in college. The SAT is often taken by individuals who are about to graduate from high school or have already graduated.
The SAT is graded on a scale of 200 to 800 points for each part, with two writing sub-scores for multiple-choice and essay questions. It is given to international students six times a year (October, November, December, January, May, and June).
To take preparation you have to test yourself with practice question, join as much as you can an online test, need to keep general english level up, and test out by computer delivered outputs
To pass the exam you must join the online class since it is a time of corona pandemic.
In this session the tutor will instruct how to do and what is the best way to pass the exam easily.
Your test center will give you some resources that you must read one by one.
On the day of the test, you must present the SAME VALID ID that you used to apply for the test. Only a Passport is accepted by IELTS. 2 pencils, an eraser, and a pencil sharpener with a canister, as well as your confirmation email.
In an official IELTS test center, test takers must complete the Reading, Listening, and Writing tests in front of a computer with the questions displayed on the screen.
Within five business days following your test date, you should get your findings. When your results are ready, Pearson will send you an email with instructions on how to access your score through your Pearson web account. Pearson will contact you directly if there is a delay in your results for whatever reason.