What are the SAT tests for US College admissions?
The SAT I and SAT II are standardised tests used in the college admissions process in the United States.
The SAT I, also known as the SAT Reasoning Test, is an exam designed to measure a student's critical reading, math, and writing skills. It consists of four sections altogether: three multiple-choice sections in reading, writing, and maths (calculator and non-calculator), and an essay.
The SAT II, also known as the SAT Subject Test, is a set of exams that test a student's knowledge in specific subject areas, such as mathematics, history, or science. Students can choose which SAT II exams to take based on their strengths and interests. Some colleges require or recommend students to take certain SAT II exams as part of their application.