Scholastic Aptitude Test
SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) is a college entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to assess readiness for college-level work. Your SAT score is a major factor in college admissions, so it’s important to prepare to achieve your best score. The SAT exam tests your skills in math, reading, and writing.
Year 10 – 12 students can enroll in the SAT course.
Many universities in the US require the SAT for admission. The SAT is always challenging, and getting a good score requires a lot of effort in terms of practicing. SAT scores are not only a condition of a student’s admission, but it also affects the amount of scholarship funding a student will receive. Many university programs also use SAT scores to determine the value of scholarships and academic financial aid. Students with good SAT scores have a wide range of opportunities.
SAT courses offering at WASS
WASS currently implements 03 SAT preparation courses. Depending on the entrance test, students will be placed in their respective courses.
Basic SAT Course
Intermediate SAT Course
Advanced SAT Course
Depending on the allowed situation, all SAT courses will take place in either of these learning formats:
In addition, students, upon enrolling in SAT Prep Courses, will be granted access to all revision materials, lecture videos, and mock tests on Moodle platform.