The SAT is a standardized test for college admissions. It is designed to measure whether or not a student is ready to attend college. Typically, the SAT is taken by high school students during the sophomore, junior or senior year. Students can score from 600 to 2400 points on the SAT. The test features three different sections: reading, math and writing. A maximum of 800 points can be earned on each of the three sections. The test is offered seven times each year, in October, November, December, January, March (or April in alternating years), May and June.
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