The prestigious American universities require for entry in the first year the SAT Reasoning Test (Scholastic Assessment Test) or the ACT (American College Testing) and whatever the nationality of the candidate or his diplomas of the secondary.
Students must anticipate and prepare if possible take a Sat exam tutoring (ติว สอบ Sat which is the term in Thai) before taking the test. For example, a high school student who wants to join an American university must prepare as of his second year to pass the tests a second or third time to try to get a better score. In this case, the best score is retained.
Intensive Courses SAT – ACT:
This training prepares candidates for the format and contents of all SAT + Essay events and all those of ACT + Writing:
- ACT Math
- SAT Math
- ACT Science
- SAT Writing and language test
- ACT Reading
- SAT Reading
- ACT Writing
- ACT English
- SAT Essay
There are two SAT tests: the SAT Reasoning Test and the SAT Subject Test. The first is common to all candidates, while in the second it is options to choose.
Sat Reasoning Test
The test consists of several tests that assess the candidate’s general competencies in three areas: writing, reading and mathematics.
The test lasts 3h45 in total and consists of multiple-choice and one essay. Each test is scored between 200 and 800 for a total maximum of 2400 points. Be careful, the wrong answers take away points, while unanswered questions do not affect the score.
SAT Subject Tests
The student can also choose to pass tests in the subject or subjects of his choice: literature, history, biology, languages (German, Spanish, Latin, Hebrew, Italian), mathematics, physics or chemistry. Just like the Tu-get tutoring (ติว TU-GET which is the term in Thai) it is a good idea to for a tuturing exam before going in for the exam.
Each test lasts one hour and consists of multiple-choice questions. For the candidate, it is an additional chance to show that he/she has abilities in this or that field, but be careful the chosen option can also guide your admission to one university more than another.