SAT Registration

*Use the Eagle’s View Academy CEEB code 100822 when registering for  test.

Length of SAT: The total time will be 3 hours and 45 minutes.

Cost

SAT: $45.00 SAT with Essay: $57.00

  • There is now no penalty for wrong answers.
  • The Math and Evidence Based Reading and Writing sections are each scored from 200-800. The Optional Essay will be scored separately if taken.
  • Accepted by all Colleges/Universities in the U.S.
  • Fee waivers are available for low-income families (2015-2016 SAT Fee Waiver Requirements)

 

SAT Sections

Math: 200-800

Calculator (55 min.) 38 questions

No Calculator (25 min.) 20 questions

  • The Math Test will focus in depth on the three areas of math that play the biggest role in a wide range of college majors and careers:

    The Math Test also draws on Additional Topics in Math,including the geometry and trigonometry most relevant to college and career readiness.

Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: 200-800

Reading (65 min.) 52 questions

  • The Reading Test focuses on the skills and knowledge at the heart of education: the stuff you’ve been learning in high school, the stuff you’ll need to succeed in college. It’s about how you take in, think about, and use information. And guess what? You’ve been doing that for years. It’s not about how well you memorize facts and definitions, so you won’t need to use flashcards or insider tricks or spend all night cramming.
  • All Reading Test questions are multiple choice and based on passages.
  • Some passages are paired with other passages.
  • Informational graphics, such as tables, graphs, and charts, accompany some passages— but no math is required.
  • Prior topic-specific knowledge is never tested.
  • The Reading Test is part of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section.

Writing and Language Test: (35 min.) 44 questions

  • When you take the Writing and Language Test, you’ll do three things that people do all the time when they write and edit:
    1. Read.
    2. Find mistakes and weaknesses.
    3. Fix them.

    The good news: You do these things every time you proofread your own schoolwork or workshop essays with a friend.

    It’s the practical skills you use to spot and correct problems — the stuff you’ve been learning in high school and the stuff you’ll need to succeed in college — that the test measures.

  • All questions are multiple choice and based on passages.
  • Some passages are accompanied by informational graphics, such as tables, graphs, and charts — but no math is required.
  • Prior topic knowledge is never tested.
  • The Writing and Language Test is part of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section.

Optional Essay (25 minutes)

  • The SAT Essay is a lot like a typical college writing assignment in which you’re asked to analyze a text. Take the SAT with Essay and show colleges that you’re ready to come to campus and write.
  • Read a passage.
  • Explain how the author builds an argument to persuade an audience.
  • Support your explanation with evidence from the passage.