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The Scholastic Aptitude Test (technically known as the SAT-I) is a general test of verbal and quantitative reasoning accepted for U. S. college admissions. The test is required for admission to undergraduate programs of most US universities. Many universities also require you to take SAT-II tests.

The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly known as the SAT I test) is a standardized test that measures the critical thinking skills you will need for academic success in college. It is a three-hour mainly multiple choice tests divided into three sections - Critical Reading, Writing and Math. Almost all colleges in the US require your SAT score in order to evaluate your application.

The SAT Subject Tests (formerly known as the SAT II tests), are multiple choice tests that measure your knowledge in particular subjects. Some of the subjects tested are: Math, Biology, Physics, English Language Proficiency, History, etc. Some colleges require or recommend that you to take the SAT II subject tests if you are applying for specific programs related to the subject.

College Board is the official administers of the SAT tests. They set the test, conduct the tests and send score reports to each college

For more information you can visit: www.collegeboard.com