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Eligibility for SAT test

Mukesh Bastola 6 Rep.

Is there any age requirement for SAT test? What are the other most prioritized requirements for SAT test? I recently completed my grade 10 board exams from BNKS and I am opting to join PCF in A-levels. What are the things that I have to focus more in order to achieve good SAT score?      Thank you for your help!!

Deepak Shah answered
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Deepak Shah 2.01K Rep.

Hi Mukesh,

Krishna has already answered your question. I am going to add a few more points.

  1. No age requirement for SATs. You do need a proof identification though (Citizenship, Driving License etc)
  2. PCF is a great choice. Opens lots of possibilities in the future. Maths serve as the foundation for lots of subjects.
  3. Some resources to excel at SAT:
  4. http://www.dyo.com.cn/html/kaoshi/download123/131122085137.pdf
  5. https://betterlesson.com/community/document/2748466/direct-hits-toughest-vocabulary-of-the-sat-volume-2-pdf-pdf
  6. https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/pdf/sat-student-guide.pdf
  7. https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice
  8. http://www.collegeboard.com/prod_downloads/sat/sat-subject-test-preparation-booklet.pdf
  9. https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B7ajNY4GtN5ofjBiS3ROWlFIWnV0VjZwWmVnUktkb0FHOEhYdF83eTBYVkZFOWJkMXJYM1E
  10. http://collegesodhpuch.com/sat-focus/

Good luck and let us know if you need more help. I would suggest going through these and being comfortable with practice tests. PRACTICE is the best way to score higher!

Deepak Shah answered
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    Krishna Gaire 2.39K Rep.

    Hey there,

    It’s great to know that you are already thinking about SAT. As far as I am aware there are no specific requirements you need to have to take the SAT. It’s open to everybody, no matter your age or background.

    The best way to prepare for SAT is to practice. Visit the college board website and try the practice tests. You can buy books, or find resources online to practice. PRACTICE, PRACTICE, PRACTICE.

    Regarding what to focus on depends entirely on you. Try to get hold of the SAT syllabus and take some practice tests. Depending upon which area you find difficult, you should focus on that.

    I have listed some resources below that could be helpful to you:

    1. http://collegesodhpuch.com/home/question/grammar-guide-for-new-sat-free-link/
    2. https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/practice
    3. https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/sat/new-sat-tips-planning/new-sat-how-to-prep/a/planning-your-sat-practice-with-khan-academy
    4. http://collegesodhpuch.com/home/question/regarding-the-preparation-of-sat/
    5. http://collegesodhpuch.com/home/question/how-to-score-good-in-sat/
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