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The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is an essential passport for your college admission journey. The SAT represents a showcase of your skills and potential.

To equalize the American system, SAT is broken down into two parts:

1. SATI It is a test conducted for the students who are interested to pursue their study in the United States of America or in some countries of Europe. This test is not accredited by the Jordanian Ministry of Education and the students are not accepted in the Jordanian universities and other Arab universities unless they get SAT II

The SAT measures the knowledge skills you have learned in and outside of the classroom and how well you can apply them. It tests how you think, solve problems and communicate. The test is composed of three sections:

Critical Reading: It has sentence completion and passage-based reading questions.

Mathematics: It is based on Math that college-bound students typically learn during their first three years of high school.

Writing:  It is composed of multiple-choice questions.

2. SAT II is a test accredited by the Jordanian Ministry of Education to be considered equal to the Jordanian Secondary School Education Certificate.

The Jordanian school graduates should successfully pass all levels in the here under topics in the eleventh and twelfth grades in addition to the American topics:

Arabic Language (Communication Skills)

Islamic Education (for Muslim students)

For equivalency with the Jordanian (Tawjihi) certificate, International students should pass seven topics in the (SAT IІ) test and accomplish, as well as passing the requirements of the (H.S.D)

How can you get ready for the Test?

  •  Take challenging classes, study hard, and read and write outside of the classroom.
  •  Review the sample questions, test-taking approaches and directions in the Official SAT Study Guide.
  • Take advantage of the lessons, practice questions, and practice exams in The Official SAT Online Course and The Official SAT Study Guide.
  • Use Online Resources
  • At sat you’ll find a wealth of practice tools to help you put your best foot forward on test day.
  •  Create your own study plan and sign up for daily practice with the Official SAT Question of the Day.
  • Take the Official SAT Practice Test online so you can get it scored automatically and review the answer explanations. You can also take the practice test included in the booklet and enter your answers online to score it.
  • With SAT Skills Insight you can see what you need to get to the next level on the SAT.

Finally, we would like to wish you –ALL the brightest future ever and hope you have found this brochure useful and have become more confident when preparing for this test.

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