The SAT is a standardized test for United States college admission administered by the College Board. The exam six times a year at testing centers across the world. Along with the ACT, the SAT fulfills the standardized exam requirement for college admission across the country. There are two 25-minute and one twenty-minute math section on each SAT exam for a total of 70 minutes.
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In 2011, nearly 1,650,000 students took the SAT exam internationally. The mean math score was 514. The highest possible score is 800.
Number and Operations
Algebra and Functions
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