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Practice material & mock tests similar to the Digital SAT®

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Digital SAT® Key Info

Digital SAT® Key Info

Here are snapshots of key features of the Digital SAT®, in black & white

Sections

Total 4

  • Reading & Writing (2)
  • Math (2)

Questions

Total 98

  • Reading & Writing – 54 (27 + 27)
  • Math – 44 (22 + 22)

Time Limit

Total 2 hrs 14 mins

  • Reading & Writing – 64 (2×32) mins
  • Math – 70 (2×35) mins

Score Range

Final Score – 400-1600

  • Reading & Writing – 200-800
  • Math – 200-800

Test Format

Computer Adaptive (module level)

  • Multiple choice
  • Student entry (Math only)

Content Specifics

8 skills tested

  • Reading & Writing – 4
  • Math – 4

Test Policy

To be taken on BluebookTM

  • Personal Laptops/iPads
  • Test center device

Official Score

In 12-15 days

  • Scaled scores
  • Equivalent percentiles

Choose what works for you

Choose what works for you

We structured multiple Digital SAT® course variants for you to choose from, because we know that one type of coaching does not fit all. For your Digital SAT® preparation, find your best fit:

Express

On Demand

You have 2 months for your Digital SAT Date; You can prepare on your own with recorded video lessons and practice drills available in one go

You are in control

Express Prep Details

Details \ Variant

Express
(Self-Learning)

Mode

Online Self Preparation

Live Online

Course Access

2 months

Suggested Time to Complete

SAT Test Date within the next

2 months

Recorded Video Lessons

135

Practice Material

Online only

SAT Official Guide

Online Doubts Clarifying Sessions

3 sessions of
30 mins each

Online Test-Taking Strategy Session

Mock Test Analysis & Discussion

Application Essays Guidance & Evaluation

Course Fee

Rs. 15,999/

Standard

Self-Learning

You have 4 months for your Digital SAT Date; You can prepare on your own with Live online mentoring, recorded video lessons and practice drills

You prepare with us

Standard Prep Details

Details \ Variant

Standard
(Self-Learning)

Mode

Online Self Preparation

Live Online

7 hours mentoring

Course Access

4 months

Suggested Time to Complete

SAT Test Date within the next

4 months

Recorded Video Lessons

135

Practice Material

Online + Physical Copies

SAT Official Guide

Online Doubts Clarifying Sessions

6 sessions of
30 mins each

Online Test-Taking Strategy Session

Mock Test Analysis & Discussion

Application Essays Guidance & Evaluation

Course Fee

Rs. 21,999/

Premium

Online Live

You have 6 months or less for your Digital SAT Date; You need Live online classes as a full course, recorded video lessons, practice drills and study plan

We handhold you

Premium Prep Details

Details \ Variant

Premium
(Online Live)

Mode

Online Live with Mentor

Live Online

45 hours live classes

Course Access

6 months

Suggested Time to Complete

As per class plan

Recorded Video Lessons

135

Practice Material

Online + Physical Copies

SAT Official Guide

Online Doubts Clarifying Sessions

9 sessions of
30 mins each

Online Test-Taking Strategy Session

Mock Test Analysis & Discussion

Application Essays Guidance & Evaluation

Course Fee

Rs. 39,999/

Exclusive

Online Live

You have more than 6 months for your Digital SAT Date; You need Live online classes as a full course, recorded video lessons, practice drills and study plan

We handhold you

Exclusive Prep Details

Details \ Variant

Exclusive
(Online Live)

Mode

Online Live with Mentor

Live Online

60 hours live classes

Course Access

12 months

Suggested Time to Complete

As per class plan

Recorded Video Lessons

135

Practice Material

Online + Physical Copies

SAT Official Guide

Online Doubts Clarifying Sessions

15 sessions of
30 mins each

Online Test-Taking Strategy Session

Mock Test Analysis & Discussion

Application Essays Guidance & Evaluation

Course Fee

Rs. 49,999/

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Think no more! Available: English Only / Math Only / Complete prep

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Key Features of Our Courses

Key Features of Our Courses

Video Lessons

Video Lessons

Very specific, no-nonsense Digital SAT® concept, strategy and application video lessons for all course variants

Live Classes

Live Classes

Our Digital SAT® Live interactive classes with a well-defined course plan, and mentoring sessions handhold you for high scores

Adaptive Tests

Adaptive Tests

Practise with real Digital SAT® like Computer Adaptive Tests along with internationally published tests co-authored by us

Pin-pointed Analytics

Pin-pointed Analytics

AI-driven detailed analytics to guide you on strengths, skills to improve on, time management, level of difficulty for your Digital SAT® prep

Structured Course

Structured Course

Well-structured curriculum (for all variants) ensures you are prepared for the Digital SAT® on all aspects and levels of difficulty

Mentor Support

Mentor Support

Consistent support for your Digital SAT® prep through online live doubts clarification sessions, forums, Telegram groups

View Demo Video Lessons

View Demo Video Lessons

Digital SAT — Test Pattern

Rhetorical Synthesis — Strategy

Standard English Conventions — Verb Form 3

Advanced Math — System of Non-Linear Inequations

Coordinate Geometry — Translation of Graph

Problem Solving & Data Analysis — Basic Probability 1

Testimonials / Student Reviews

Testimonials / Student Reviews

Upcoming SAT® Events

Upcoming SAT® Events

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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

Who conducts the Digital SAT?

College Board. The official website being https://www.collegeboard.org/

How does the Digital SAT work?

Digital SAT is a Computer Adaptive Test, adaptive at a section level. Each Section has 2 Modules. The level of difficulty of Module 1, for both Reading & Writing, and Math sections, is medium. Depending on the performance on Module 1, the level of difficulty of the corresponding Module 2 becomes difficult or easy. The test is administered on the computer and the modules have to be tackled in the order in which they appear; you, however, can navigate back and forth within a module.

Is there negative marking?

There is No explicit negative marking. But, the adaptive algorithm takes into account your performance on a module overall.

When do I get my score?

Your official score will be available within a few days of your Test date.

What is a good score on the SAT?

The average scores are around 1068 and a score above 1200 is considered a good score. However, the college you apply to will determine what counts as a “good score”. To get into the top colleges, you need to score around 1450 or more.

What is official score reporting?

Sending your SAT score to universities/programs you want to apply to through College Board.

When to take the D-SAT?

Timing is an important factor when it comes to taking the SAT test. When you want to take the test should be based on the following considerations –

  1. College Application Deadlines: Appear for your test well in advance to prevent any last minute misses. Generally, it is recommended that students apply 8-10 months in advance for a hassle free admission process.
  2. Scholarships: Students who are seeking scholarships based on the SAT score should appear for the test well in advance as it takes a long time to process the scholarship and involves a lot of paperwork.
  3. Preparation Time: Students who need more time to study should schedule their test based on the time needed to prepare. The test is expensive so it is advisable to take the exam with adequate preparation.

Is there any age limit to take the D-SAT?

There is no minimum or maximum age specified for SAT. However, studies indicate that highest number of students who appear for this exam fall under the 17 -19 age group.

How many times can I take the SAT?

Again there are no specification about the same. You can take this exam as many times as you wish.

How often is the Digital SAT administered?

The Digital SAT is conducted seven times a year, once in each of the months – March, May, June, August, October, November, December

In which cities/towns in India is the SAT administered?

  1. Ahmedabad
  2. Amritsar
  3. Bengaluru
  4. Bhopal
  5. Bhubaneswar
  6. Chandigarh
  7. Chennai
  8. Cochin
  9. Delhi NCR
  10. Gurgaon
  11. Guwahati
  12. Hyderabad
  13. Jaipur
  14. Kodaikanal
  15. Kolkata
  16. Lucknow
  17. Mohali
  18. Mumbai
  19. Mussoorie
  20. New Delhi
  21. Ooty
  22. Pune
  23. Rajkot
  24. Sohna
  25. Surat
  26. Trivandrum
  27. Vadodara
  28. Vijayawada
  29. Visakhapatnam

Is the Digital SAT accepted in India?

A few universities and undergraduate institutions in India, under the Indian Global Higher Education Alliance, have started accepting the Digital SAT score for admissions to their programs.

List of universities/institutions in India that accept SAT score for admissions:

  1. Ahmedabad University
  2. Amrita Vishwa Vidaypeetham
  3. Anant National University
  4. Ashoka University
  5. Atria University
  6. Azim Premji University
  7. Bennett University
  8. BML Munjal University
  9. Chitkara University
  10. FLAME University
  11. GD Goenka University
  12. Indian School of Business and Finance
  13. Jagdish Seth School of Management
  14. Jagran Lakecity University
  15. Jain University
  16. KREA University
  17. Manav Rachna University
  18. Manipal University, Jaipur
  19. MIT World Peace University
  20. NMIMS
  21. The Northcap University
  22. P. Jindal GLobal University
  23. Plaksha University
  24. Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences
  25. Rishihood University
  26. Sai University
  27. SASTRA
  28. Shiv Nadar University
  29. Shoolini University
  30. Sophia College for Women
  31. SP Jain School of Global Management
  32. SRM University, Amaravati, Delhi-NCR, Sonepat
  33. SRM Institute of Science & Technology
  34. Sri Sri University
  35. Srishti School of Art Design & Technology
  36. Symbiosis International Deemed University
  37. Symbiosis Skills and Professional University
  38. Thapar University of Petroleum and Sciences
  39. University of Petroleum and Energy Science
  40. Vellore Institute of Technology
  41. Vidyaship University
  42. Vijaybhoomi University
  43. World University of Design
  44. Woxsen University

Do I need to take both D-SAT and ACT?

No, though some students write both the tests and use the score on either test to apply to colleges.

Do I need to take TOEFL or IELTS?

TOEFL and IELTS both are English Language Proficiency tests. TOEFL is conducted by US based organization and IELTS is conducted by UK/AUS based organization. Previously, US universities used to accept only TOEFL scores, but now-a-days even most of the US universities accepting IELTS scores also. In any case, it’s best to check the admissions requirements of the college/university you are applying to.

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