SAT/ACT

What is SAT?? 

The Scholastic Assessment Test famously known as the SAT is a standardised test widely used by universities over the world to offer admission to students based partly on these scores.

What is ACT??

American College Testing is an examination widely use to apply to universities in USA for undergraduate education. It has its similarities and differences compared to the SATs

SAT/ACT Difference

 SATACT
CountriesAccepted for applications widely.For universities in the USA
SectionsReading, Writing and, language. Maths with Calculator. Maths with no Calculator Essay (Optional)English, Maths, Reading, Science, and Writing (Optional) 
ReadingThe question in SAT follows a chronological order. It consists of 52 questions conducted for 65 mins.The Reading questions are asked randomly and consist of 75 questions to be finished in 45 mins.
WritingThe essay questions need to be read and analyzed using evidence and reasoning. Personal opinions should be avoided.The essay passage in ACT requires to be read and analyzed from different perspectives to be formed and written using opinions.
Maths with calculatorThis section consists of 38 questions to be done in 55 mins and students have the liberty to use a calculator.The section consists of 60 questions to be done in 60 mins; giving a min to solve one question.
Maths without calculatorThis section contains 20 questions and should be finished in 25 mins.N/A
ScienceN/AUnlike the SAT, the ACT has a complete section devoted to science with 40 questions to be finished in 35 mins.
Duration2 hours 55 mins without Writing. 3 hours 35 mins with Writing3 hours excluding the essay, 3 hours 50 mins including the essay.
Scores160036
Essay OptionsThe essay options use a scale of 1-8 and are not counted in your final score.The essay options use a scale of 2-12 and are not counted in your final score.
URLhttps://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register https://global.act.org/content/global/en/products-and-services/the-act-non-us/registration.html 
Test datesConducted 7 times a yearConducted 7 times a year
Additional Score servicesAdditional score reports will be charged $12.Additional score reports will be charged $15.
Fees$101 without an essay, and $117 with an essay.$150 without an essay, and $166.50 with an essay.
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Students Counseled and Guided for education abroad

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