SAT Preparation in Lahore

If you’re thinking of applying to college, it’s vital that you know what the SAT is and how it will affect your application process.

So what is the SAT? It’s one of two standardized college admissions tests in the US. (The other is the ACT.) It’s run by the College Board, a non-profit that also administers the PSAT and the AP (Advanced Placement) program. Free SAT Mock Test in Lahore

The SAT was originally adapted from an Army IQ test and administered as a college admissions test for the first time in 1926. However, it didn’t really catch on until 1933, when the president of Harvard started using the test to assess scholarship applicants because he believed it was an effective measurement of intellectual potential.

This view of the SAT helped propel its popularity—by the 1940s, it had become the standard test for all college applicants and was administered to over 300,000 people across the country.

The SAT’s dominance of college admissions testing was challenged with the creation of the ACT in 1959. Though initially much less popular than the SAT, the ACT took hold in the Midwest and the mountain states and, in 2010, actually surpassed the SAT to become the most popular college admissions test.

In part because of the increased competition from the ACT, the SAT recently underwent some big changes in 2016. The basic purpose and form of the test are the same (it’s still a multiple choice test used for college admissions decisions), but certain aspects of the structure and content have changed. Schools must have approved of these changes because, in 2018, the SAT reclaimed its title and once again became the most popular college admissions test.

This post will establish the basics of the SAT to help you prepare for this important test.

What’s the Best Way to Prepare for the SAT?

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What Does the SAT Cover?

The SAT has four sections, as well an optional essay. The first section will be Reading, followed by Writing and Language, then the no calculator section of Math, followed by the Math section you’re allowed a calculator on. If you decide to take the SAT essay, it’ll be the final section of the exam. Most SAT questions are multiple choice, but five questions on Math No Calculator and eight questions on Math Calculator will be grid-ins.

When you take the SAT, you’ll get a 5-minute break after about every hour of testing. That means you’ll get a break after the Reading section and a second one after the Math No Calculator. If you’re taking the Essay section, you’ll also get a break before starting. Best Towing Services in Dammam  The total time of the SAT is 3 hours if you don’t take the essay, and 3 hours and 50 minutes if you do take the essay.

The following chart breaks down the format of the test.



Time in Minutes

# of Questions

Time per question





75 seconds


Writing and Language



48 seconds


Math No Calculator



75 seconds


Math Calculator



77 seconds


Essay (optional)





3 hours, 50 minutes (3 hours without essay)

154 (+1 essay prompt)