The Scholastic Assessment Test, often referred to as SAT or SAT-1, is a set of standardized assessments. These tests measure skills in three core areas that are evidence-based reading, writing, and Math. It is an internationally recognized university and college admission test that helps students express their knowledge to the colleges of their choice. The SAT is scored on a scale of 400-1600, combining the points from each of the topics. It is usually attempted by students in first or second year of Intermediate and A-Levels. The test can be attempted multiple times a year.

Over the years SAT has become the method to evaluate students from disparate groups and schools. Different schools and teachers teach different curriculums; hence SAT make things more equal. When students take the same set of tests, it makes it easy to compare and is a much fairer way to evaluate student skills. Nowadays SAT has become a basis for assessing student talent to get scholarship in colleges. Students with highly competitive SAT scores can bag the merit-based scholarships in many colleges and universities.

Activities Involved

  • Sensory Time
  • Creative Time
  • Free Play with Technology Corner
  • Language Readiness
  • Puppet shows and skits
  • Opportunities for fine and gross motor