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The Scholastic Aptitude Test – Reasoning Test examines both the student’s English and Maths skills. English is tested in the two Verbal (V) sections which include critical reading and writing. Critical reading has sentence completion and passage-based questions. Writing has multiple-choice questions and a written essay. Maths is tested on the maths that college-bound students typically learn during their first three years of high school in the Quantitative  (Q) section.

Format
Critical reading section 

  • sentence completions (19 questions)
  • passage-based reading (48 questions)

Writing section

  • improving sentences (25 questions)
  • identifying sentence errors (18 questions)       Multiple choice
  • improving paragraphs (6 questions)
  • a direct writing measure in the form of an essay

Maths section

  • standard multiple-choice (44 questions)
  • student-produced response questions that provide no answer choice (10 questions)

Scores
(0-800) for each of the 3 sections × 3 = (0-2400) for the entire test.
Essay ratings are between 0 to 6.

 

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