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What is SAT?

The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. It is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test administered by the College Board.There are two SAT sections:
  • Math
  • Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
The SAT also includes an optional Essay section. SAT Essay scores are reported separately from overall test scores. Some colleges may require that you complete the SAT Essay. You can confirm each college’s admissions policies on the universities website.

Why You Should Take the SAT

The SAT measures knowledge of subjects learned in the classroom, including reading, writing, and math, and how well you can apply that knowledge outside of the classroom. The SAT helps colleges get to know you better by giving them insight into how you think, solve problems, and communicate.

A good score is a must for students applying in foreign universities along with earning scholarships and financial aids. Lastly, it is a widely held belief and our experience also indicates that if you do well on SAT you will also do well on the aptitude tests of local universities.

Is it better to appear in SAT more than once?

Yes, usually your score improves from one attempt to another. If you have some good days of preparation its better to gave it twice especially for students applying in university with a compulsory SAT requirement

When do I get the result

You can view your score report online between 15 to 20 days after you took the test. Your official score report will be provided to you and your high school, if you included the code, about five weeks after the test. Students who register online and wish to receive a paper score report by mail in addition to the online score report must request it when they register. Students who register by mail and who do not have active College Board online accounts will continue to receive paper score reports.

How long after the test can I use my scores?

SAT scores are valid for five years after the testing year in which you tested. However, this varies from university to university.


Our SAT Classroom Courses- Personalized, Proven, & Guaranteed

Our SAT classroom course is among the most rigorous focused and personalized anywhere. The expert instructors will work closely work with you to identify your strengths and weaknesses, and you will get free extra help whenever you need it.

Structured Test Preparation

Whether it is Verbal or Quantitative, we first explain the concepts and tricks of the topic thoroughly and then make you practice with the real SAT questions asked in the previous tests. We conduct 6 real SAT tests throughout the course to gauge your improvement as we move along the course. These tests are different from the 8 tests given in the official guide. Through these tests, the instructor figures out your specific weak areas and works closely with you to turn your weaknesses into your strengths.


The SAT is comprised of two sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math. The Evidence-Based Reading and Writing is comprised of two tests, one focused on Reading and one focused on Writing & Language. The Math section is comprised of a single test with two components – a no-calculator portion and a calculator-allowed portion. The SAT also includes an optional Essay. Some schools may require the Essay, so be sure to ask before you take the SAT.


1) Admission through SAT in IBA


A score of 600 (out of 800) in Mathematics
A score of 600 (out of 800) in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Total of 1270 is required.
Scores of Essay are not required for the purposes of admission


A score of 600 (out of 800) in Mathematics
A score of 600 (out of 800) in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Scores of Essay are not required for the purposes of admission


A score of 640 (out of 800) in Mathematics
A score of 600 (out of 800) in Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
Scores of Essay are not required for the purposes of admission

2) LUMS only gives admissions only the basis of SAT scores in its undergraduate program
3) NUST allocates few seats only for SAT based registration
4) Many engineering universities give admissions on the basis of SAT-1 and SAT-2 combined.
5) SAT preparation will prepare for all local Business Schools admission tests. If you score well on SAT you are expected to clear the admission test of all business schools
6) SAT is standardized and specifically tells you about question structures and format.
7) You can give SAT as many times as you want. There are 4 attempts in a year.


Registration deadlines fall approximately one week before each test date. The SAT is offered 4 times a year at testing centers in Karachi, Lahore & Islamabad. To learn about how to register,

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