About the Digital SAT Exam

Discover the Digital SAT Exam: One of the Standardised Exams to help students get admitted to prestigious universities in the USA, UK, Canada, and Singapore. Crafted by the College Board, the Digital SAT sets a global benchmark, offering colleges a unified standard to evaluate applicants worldwide.

Here's what makes the Digital SAT a game-changer:

  • Fully Digital: The Digital SAT exam is conducted on a Laptop or Tablet.
  • Focused Sections: Engage with Reading, Writing, and Math across two adaptive modules per section, designed to match students' skill levels.
  • Adaptive Technology: Experience a tailored exam that adapts to the responses, demonstrating the Student's abilities.
  • Calculator-Enabled Math: Using a calculator in both Math modules enhances problem-solving experience.
  • Seamless Testing Experience: The testing platform is developed to handle interruptions or internet issues during the exam.

Students aged 13+ years planning for their undergraduate education abroad can take the SAT Digital Exam. The exam is conducted seven times a year.

The SAT Digital Registration fee is approximately $120.

SAT Exam Structure

The exam structure for the SAT exam is as follows:

Section Modules Duration No. of question Score
Reading and Writing Module1 32 minutes 27 800
Module2 32 minutes 27
Math Module1 35 minutes 22 800
Module2 35 minutes 22
Total Module4 2 Hour 24 minutes(including 10 minutes break) 98 1600

Digital SAT Content Breakup:

Content Testing Points Question Distribution
Craft and Structure Words in Context
Test Structure and Purpose
Cross-text Connections
13-15 Questions
Information and Ideas Central Ideas and Details
Command of Evidence:
Textual and Quantitative
Inferences
11-15 Questions
Standard English Conventions Boundaries
Form, Structure, and Sense
11-15 Questions
Expression of Ideas Rhetorical Synthesis
Transitions
8-12 Questions

Choosing Digital SAT Exam

The SAT Exam is a universal benchmark accepted by many colleges and universities globally. It offers students a recognized platform to highlight their academic merit.

Here's what sets the Digital SAT apart:

  • Holistic Skill Assessment: The exam gauges critical thinking, problem-solving, and analytical prowess.
  • Structured Insights: The exam is divided into critical sections, beginning with evidence-based reading and writing to sharpen interpretative and compositional skills.
  • Quantitative Mastery: The Math section delves into quantitative reasoning and problem-solving acumen. 
  • Fair and Inclusive: Designed to be impartial, the SAT provides a level playing field, ensuring that students from diverse backgrounds can showcase their true potential. 

Crafting a Learning Experience that Students Love!

  • Diagnostic Test

    The SAT Digital Prep starts with a diagnostic test to gauge students' understanding and knowledge. The students who are certain about taking the SAT can select the SAT-specific Diagnostic, crafted to mirror the actual SAT, pinpointing their baseline and improvement areas.

    Alternatively, students can opt for the combined ACT/SAT Diagnostic to evaluate their competencies in both exams, offering a comparative analysis to aid in choosing the right test for them.

    The breakup of the ACTvsSAT Diagnostic Test is as follows:

    (this data will be shown in a tabular format)
    Test 1: ACT
    Section 1: ACT English: No. of Questions: 37 Time:23 minutes
    Section 2: ACT Math: No. of Questions: 30 Time:20 minutes
    Section 3: ACT Reading: No. of Questions: 20 Time:18 minutes
    Section 1: ACT Science: No. of Questions: 20 Time:18 minutes

    Break: 10 minutes

    Test 2: SAT
    Section 1: Reading and Writing
    Module 1: Reading and Writing No. of Questions: 13 Time: 16 minutes
    Module 2: Reading and Writing No. of Questions: 13 Time: 16 minutes
    Section 2: Math
    Module 1: Math No. of Questions: 11 Time: 18 minutes
    Module 2: Math No. of Questions: 11 Time: 18 Minutes
    Additional: ACT Writing Test: 40 minutes

  • Evaluation

    After completing the Diagnostic Test, we conduct an in-depth review with the student and their parent to discuss the results. For those who choose the ACT/SAT Diagnostic, we compare the ACT and SAT scores to help make an informed choice between the two exams. We strategize the exam preparation plan after deciding which standardized test to pursue.

  • Classes:

    Each student is assigned a mentor, with class schedules customized to fit the student's preferences and availability. Classes, conducted three times a week, delve into exam content, specific classwork, and homework equivalent to 20+ papers worth of content to address any learning gaps, aiming for completion within 8-12 weeks.

    The Online Teaching and Learning Platform (OTLP) facilitates a streamlined course delivery, ensuring consistent content delivery, discipline, and trackable progress. Students undertake a Course Progress Test (CPT) monthly in the curriculum. These tests, mirroring the SAT format, serve as an early exposure to the exam structure, allowing students to pinpoint areas of misunderstanding and familiarize themselves with upcoming topics. This strategy ensures a comprehensive grasp of the material by the end of the syllabus.

    Through OTLP, Monthly Progress Reports (MPRs) are shared with parents, providing updates on the student's progress and milestones achieved. 

  • Sectional Testing:

    Following syllabus completion, we immerse students in targeted sectional practice, encompassing every topic and concept within the section. This phase focuses on refining strategies, mastering tips and tricks, and honing time management skills.

    To complement this, students can access advanced Online Learning Platforms designed to enhance their learning experience. These platforms provide a seamless, adaptive learning environment with comprehensive explanations and solutions, ensuring a thorough understanding of each concept.

    Leveraging machine learning technology, the system dynamically recognizes areas where students need improvement, offering personalized practice drills to boost performance. This innovative approach not only elevates scores but also acclimates students to the digital format of the actual SAT exam, ensuring they are fully prepared for test day.  

  • Full-Length Test Cycle:

    The Full-Length Test (FLT) cycle commences after the sectional testing phase. Students gain access to Tutela's SAT Testing Portal, designed to mirror the College Board's Bluebook Portal and offer an authentic test experience. This intensive testing regimen is crafted to equip students with the resilience to navigate any challenges they might encounter on exam day. Students complete 12 to 16 extensive, full-length tests before the final exam to guarantee optimal readiness.

  • Reviews and Error Correction:

    In-depth review sessions with mentors are conducted to identify and strengthen students' areas of improvement. This approach encourages students to self-reflect on their mistakes, with guidance from mentors to rectify them. Additionally, students participate in sectional workshops to enhance their understanding of the syllabus, thereby minimizing the likelihood of careless errors.

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Digital SAT FAQ

  1. Visit the College Board's official website and create an account.
  2. Sign in to your free College Board account.
  3. Submit All the Required Details. Provide your full name and other identifying information.
  4. Choose the Exam and the Test Center.
  5. Upload your Clear Photograph.
  6. Pay the Application Fee.
  1. Mobile phones, smartwatches, laptops, tablets, and other electronic devices with communication or recording capabilities are prohibited during the exam.
  2. Audio players, separate timers, cameras, and other photographic equipment are prohibited.
  3. Pens, highlighters, or mechanical pencils are not permitted.
  4. Any other technology besides an approved calculator is restricted.
  5. Books, references, dictionaries, translators, or other notes are prohibited.
  6. Any personal computing device, including Bluetooth and wearable technology, is prohibited during the exam.
Students can take the SAT as many times as they want, as there is no limit to the number of overall attempts. Most students take the exam twice, and while there are typically seven test dates throughout the year, it is essential to consider the frequency of retakes and the associated costs. The students can choose the score they want to share with the colleges for consideration.
The difficulty level of the SAT for Indian students varies, and there is no general answer to whether it is easy or hard for them. The universities in the USA, UK, Singapore, and Canada take a more holistic view of admission than their Indian counterparts. While some sections of the SAT may seem challenging to Indian students, they can overcome them with proper preparation and practice.
No, the 12th-grade marks do not directly matter for the SAT, as the SAT is a standardized test that evaluates students' verbal, mathematical, and written skills, regardless of their current grade level. While the SAT does not require a specific educational background, having a high school degree is essential to applying for undergraduate programs.
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