Our team of experienced SAT tutors provides expert test prep to ensure your child is ready for the Digital SAT. No matter which stage of the preparation process your child is in, our SAT tutors will develop a tailored approach to help your child achieve their target scores and maximize their chances of getting into their dream universities in the US.
Generally, we would suggest our students take a practice SAT no later than Grade 10 so we can gauge their starting point on the test. From there we would create a personalized preparation plan on how to get them ready by test date, as well as suggestions on their testing schedule.
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The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), offered by the College Board, is one of two standardized tests used by most US universities for college applications. It gauges in part an applicant’s compatibility for university education and how well they have synthesized their secondary school teachings.
The College Board launched the Digital SAT in March 2023 for international students. The Digital SAT will be rolled out for US students in March 2024.
The Digital SAT is split into two sections: Reading and Writing (RW) and Math. Each section consists of two equal length modules, with a 10-minute break between the two sections.
|Number of Questions
|Reading and Writing (RW)
| Module 1: 32 minutes
Module 2: 32 minutes
|27 questions per module
|Break (10 minute)
| Module 1: 35 minutes
Module 2: 35 minutes
|22 questions per module
| 2 Hours 14 minutes
+ 10 Minute Break
Similar to the previous SAT, the Digital SAT is also scored out of 1600. Each section (RW and Math) is scored between 200 and 800. The total added up for both sections would be your score out of 1600. There is no penalty for guessing.
Here are some of the key differences in the new Digital SAT:
Students must register for the SAT through the College Board website. Click here to create an account and register for the SAT.
The SAT is generally offered seven times a year for international students (March, May, June, August, October, November and December). Registration deadlines are generally around a month prior to test date though we suggest you register as soon as possible to secure a seat for the test. Click here for more details on test dates and registration deadlines.
Click here to view further details on what you need to know about the new Digital SAT.
Generally, we’d suggest our students take a practice SAT no later than grade 10 so we can gauge their starting point on the test. From there we would create a personalized preparation plan on how to get them ready by test date, as well as suggestions on their testing schedule. Contact us for details on how we can help and Click here to meet some of our tutors.