Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT)
What is the SAT?
The SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. It’s issued by the CollegeBoard and is an option for students to stay competitive above others and to continue on the path to success.
Who takes the SAT?
It’s a national exam taken by high school students in grade levels 10th, 11th and 12th. Students submit their scores to get into college, top ranked universities and can earn the best scholarships (FREE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS!)
What is tested on the SAT?
Reading, Writing and Math (Utilize your skills gained from the SAT to mold your inner philosophies!)
Section 1 – Reading (basic ability to decipher what other people have accomplished and shows you a path to success.)
65 minutes, 52 questions
Section 2 – Writing (express your thoughts, emotions and dreams; and to motivate others to follow you. Transition from a follower to a leader)
35 minutes, 44 questions
Section 3 & 4 – Math (it’s the language of the future. It powers the next generation)
Section 3 (25 minutes, 20 questions) Section 4 (55 minutes, 38 questions)
Total time length for the test: 180 minutes (3 hours) Total number of questions: 154 questions
Is the SAT for me?
FlipSetter Academy encourages all students to take the SAT because it's a Think-Outside-The-Box type of test where your aptitude is challenged and it's excellent practice that raises awareness for:
- Job Placement - Life-Long Skills
- Presentations - Life Decisions
- Higher Education
This is why it's called the Scholastic "Aptitude" Test and is a great way to be exposed to, and to be aware that your Aptitude will always be challenged.
- Getting into the college of your choice
- Standing out from the masses with a high score
- Making you feel smarter & gaining confidence
- A higher score equals access to great scholarships
What is considered a competitive score?
Any score that is 1400 and above