Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT)

Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) is one of the most important tests for anyone looking to gain scholarship or study in American universities (US/Canada). It is controversially the equivalent of JAMB in Nigeria with almost every American university making it an admission requirement.


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The test/exam is administered by the College Board (ETS) in conjunction with GIEVA in Nigeria. The exam is arranged about seven (7) to eight (8) times in a year and it is just one examination per month. Students are advised to register and plan ahead for their examinations as registration closes several weeks before the exam date.
You can register for your exam at Broad Concept Hub. We offer you top-notch service that is by far the best. Test registrations are handled as issues of high priority and you can be certain that your exam registration will be completed within twenty-four (24) hours
Our training classes at Broad Concept are the perfect preparatory steps for you. Our training center is designed to launch you into outstanding success in your examination. Regardless of your academic background, our facilitators will work with you and help you develop progressively. We have the required experience that will help you succeed in your examination and the success rate of our student is very high. Join us today.
At Broad Concept Hub, we recommend 4-6weeks of preparation for the IELTS examination.
The examination centers are situated in various locations in Nigeria. Depending on your location you can choose to write your exam in any part of the country; west, east, south and north. Our study center personnel will be willing to provide you with the details and process.
Test takers can sit for/write the examination as many times as they want. There are no restrictions to the number of times a student can participate in the exam in a given year. Students who seek to improve their scores can take the exam as frequent as they wish. Most students usually perform better at the second attempt.
The minimum score accepted by educational institutions (schools) varies from school to school. Each school usually sets its own minimum score, so a prospective student will need to contact the international admission office of his/her school of interest. The school will be able to provide more information on the acceptable score. At Broad Concept Hub, we recommend a minimum score of 1600 points.
The test score will be available online twenty days after the examination. You will be able to view your score online by logging into your personal profile on the College Board website. Please note that the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is owned by College Board.
The SAT I (now just the SAT) is more focused than ever testing knowledge rather than logic. At this point, I would say that the SAT tests general knowledge and the Subject Tests (SAT 2) assess topical knowledge. The difference is the SAT Exam tests student's critical thinking skills in Critical Reading, Math, and Writing necessary to succeed in college. The SAT Subject Test measures student knowledge in particular subject areas closely linked to the high school curriculum and their ability to apply that knowledge.
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