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            What Does SAT Stand for?

            What is SAT?

            At the beginning, SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. In 1993, the SAT was renamed as the SAT Reasoning Test (or known as SAT I). Meanwhile, the former Scholastic Achievement Test was renamed as the SAT Subject Tests (or known as SAT II).

            SAT Structure

            Each edition of the SAT includes a Verbal and Math section, with a specific number of questions related to content. The question types and number of questions in each section are listed below.

            The Verbal Section

            The verbal section of the SAT focuses on critical reading with more than half of the verbal test devoted to passage-based reading questions. The verbal test also includes analogies and sentence completions, which emphasize logical relationship, vocabulary, and how words relate.

            Content Number of Questions Time
            Vocabulary in Context 4-7 Two 30-minute sections plus one 15-minute section
            Literal Comprehension 4-5
            Extended Reasoning 28-32
            Other Verbal Questions  
            Humanities 8-12
            Social Sciences 8-12
            Natural Sciences 8-12
            Human Relationships 8-12
            Total 78 75 minutes

            The Math Section

            The math section measures mathematical problem solving and covers arithmetic, algebra, and geometry using student-produced responses (grid-ins), quantitative comparison questions, and multiple choice questions.

            Content Number of Questions Time
            Arithmetic Reasoning 18-19 Two 30-minute sections plus one 15-minute section
            Algebraic Reasoning 17-19
            Geometric Reasoning 16-18
            Miscellaneous Reasoning 6-7
            Total 60 75 minutes

            The Unscored Section

            In addition, there is one 30-minute unscored section, known as the variable or equating section. This unscored section may be either a verbal or math section. This section does not count toward the final score, but is used to try out new questions for future editions of the SAT and to ensure that scores on new editions of the SAT are comparable to scores on earlier editions of the test.

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