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The Sat scholastic assessment test is used for colleges to measure what a student may be able to do on any given day Colleges use it as a basis for whom they accept to their college The SAT is administered by the ETS or educational testing service Overall the SAT is a long grueling test that tends to cause mostly anxiety among the test-takers The SAT is a three hour-long test including two ten-minute breaks after Section Two and Section Four The SAT is divided into 7 sections which can appear in any order The sections include two thirty-minute Verbal sections with analogies sentence completions and critical reading one fifteen minute Verbal section with critical reading one thirty minute math section with quantitative comparisons and grid-ins one thirty minute section with regular math and another fifteen minute section with regular math Included among the different sections is a thirty-minute experimental section which could be either math or verbal but this section does not affect the test-takers score The SAT is scored on a scale up to 1600 where you can gain a point for a correct answer but lose a fraction of a point for an incorrect answer You neither gain nor lose points for omitting a question Also included in your score is an automatic 200 points on both your Math and Verbal sections Additionally at least a C on the SAT is equivalent to an 1100 on the test The SAT is administered by in a students high school years but anybody can sign up to take the test After a survey of random high school students grades nine through twelve results proved that older students tend to recognize the importance of the SATs while younger students didnt understand the test as well Many students believe that the SAT is not an accurate view of how a student will succeed or perform at college level Students also agreed that colleges should not consider
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