SAT-Scholastic Aptitude Test

What is SAT? 


SAT I and SAT II exams are given by students for applying abroad and is the gateway to a college, financial aid, scholarships, etc. Students often take the SAT in the spring of 11th grade and again in the fall of 12th grade. Scholastic Assessment Test also known as SAT I is an aptitude test which tests student’s ability on Critical Reading, Writing, Grammar and Mathematics. It is globally acclaimed and helps undergraduate institutions check the academic strength of a student for various courses.

Services We Offer

Mission Career’s consistent approach to SAT Coaching has helped students achieve exceptional scores. We identify each student’s strengths and weaknesses and, accordingly, develop a plan of action for them. Through a novel curriculum, experienced faculty, interactive lectures and small-sized batches, our SAT Classes in Mumbai and other cities in India ensure that individual attention is paid to every student.  

Apart from in-class trainings, the Mission Career SAT  app serves as a comprehensive digital resource at your fingertips while offering convenience and flexibility to learn and practice at your own pace.  An integral part of our in-class SAT  Coaching program is administering mock tests that simulate the actual SAT environment, helping students prepare and face the exam with confidence.

90% of our students got their desired results in their SAT  exam with an average improvement of 15.45 points in SAT. 85% of our student got above 160 in the Quants Section and 98% got above 150 in the verbal section of SAT.

How Is SAT scored?

Prior to March, 2016, the exam was scored out of 2400 points : 200-800 points for Critical Reading, 200-800 points for Mathematics, and 200-800 points for Writing. An average score had been roughly 500 points per subject area for a total of 1500.

With the redesign of the exam in 2016, the Writing section is now optional, and the exam is scored out of 1600 points (as it had been back before the Writing section had become a required component of the exam). You can earn 200 to 800 points for the Reading / Writing section of the exam, and 800 points for the Math section.

When is the SAT offered?

The SAT is administered seven times a year : January, March, May, June, October, November, and December. The October, May, and June dates are the most popular–many students take the exam once in the spring of junior year, and then again in October of senior year. For seniors, the October date is often the last exam that will be accepted for early decision and early action applications.

How much time does the exam take?

The exam takes a total of 3 hours without the optional essay. There are 154 questions, so you’ll have 1 minute and 10 seconds per question (by comparison, the ACT has 215 questions and you’ll have 49 seconds per question). With the essay, the SAT takes 3 hours and 50 minutes.

Our Approach

Topic Wise Practice Questions

All modular resources will be provided by us including topic wise practice material and mock papers. Mock papers are an integral part of a student’s SAT preparation.

Full Length Supervised Tests

To achieve the purpose of understanding the progress of students and provide them the necessary coaching at required intervals.

AWA Section

Our AWA test prep services have been designed to help students improve their AWA scores, thereby enhancing their eligibility for securing admission in top-ranked universities.

Modular Approach

We employ a modular approach which allows you the flexibility of picking up topics and joining our batches at your own convenience. You can also expedite your course or delay it as per your requirement.

Doubt Solving

Unlimited one-on-one sessions with the professors for doubt solving till your SAT exam date. This helps students work on their areas of weakness.

Periodic Assessments

At Mission Career, we ensure that students receive continuous feedback regarding their mastery of concepts and their areas of weakness.

Small Batches

Our professors know that doubts can be efficiently solved in small sized batches ONLY. Hence, our batches accommodate max. 20 students for individual attention.

Interactive Lectures

Interactive lectures are classes in which the instructor breaks the lecture at least once per class to have students participate in an activity that lets them work directly with the material.


Frequently asked questions?

Administered by:

College Board.

Required for:

To secure admission for any Under Graduate studies in USA/Canada.


The score is valid for 5 years.


The score is sent to four universities free of cost, which can be selected at any time of registering for the exam. College Board charges additional for the score to be sent to university later.

International SAT Registration Fees
Test Fee
SAT $52 + Non-U.S. Regional Fee is $49, Total SAT fee = $101
SAT with Essay $68 + Non-U.S. Regional Fee is $68 + $49 = $117


Payment Method: Credit card: American Express, Discover, Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, and JCB.

Cancelled registrations are partially refunded $10


The SAT test is a paper based test.


Name as in Passport, Address, Credit Card Number, Expiry Date of the Card, Name of the Card holder (The Credit Card has to be International Card)


Forms are available at USEFI (U.S. Education Foundation in India) or they can be downloaded from the website.

Requirements For Web/Phone and Mail Registration or Requirements For Registration:

There are four ways you can register for the computer-based General Test.

  • Online Registration can be done only via International Credit card. International Credit cards that can be used are American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA card. Debit card cannot be used for online registration in India.
  • Mail the International Test Scheduling Form (PDF) to the appropriate RRC with appropriate payment, (at least 3 weeks prior to intended date).
  • ETS now accepts payments via the Western Union Quick Pay service for computer-based testing administrations. Only original receipts will be accepted by Prometric.

Intimation is to be given 3 weeks prior the Examination date. The necessary rescheduling fee has to be paid.

  • Ahmedabad, Amritsar, Bangalore, Bhopal, Lucknow, Vijayawada, Surat, Mohali, Vadodara, Vizag, Rajkot, Gurgaon, Cochin, Jaipur, Dehradun, Gurgaon, Himachal Pradesh, Indore, Kolkata, Cochin, Hyderabad, Kodiakanal, Chennai, Mumbai, Mussourie, Tamilnadu, New Delhi and Pune.
  • Online Registration
    • A registration number is given as terms of confirmation

    By Phone

    • A confirmation number, reporting time, and the test center address will be given to you when you call

    By Mail

    • A confirmation number, reporting time and the test center address will be mailed to you.
Number of tests:
  • The test can be taken as often as one wants.

  • Total score is out of 1600. All the scores and the dates are sent to the universities if the test is taken more than once.

(A) SAT I (Reasoning):
  • Format:

    Evidence based Reading & Writing – Score range 200 – 800

    1. Evidence based Reading – 52 Questions, 65 Minutes
    2. Evidence based Writing – 44 Questions, 35 Minutes

    Mathematics – Score range 200 – 800

    1. Mathematics Section – 58 Questions, 80 Minutes

    Optional Section – Score range 2 – 8

    1 Essay – before 50 minutes

(B) SAT II (Subject):
  • Required for:

    SAT II is sometimes a prerequisite for admission into a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering, Medicine, etc. in top Universities.


    Math Level I C, Math Level II C, Physics, Chemistry, Biology E/M, Writing, Literature, American History, World History, Languages.

    Benefits of a High SAT Score:

    • A high SAT score will increase the chances of admission in top Business Schools
    • There are good chances of getting some kind of financial assistance with a high SAT score
    • Visa Officers also give weightage to high SAT scores while considering Visa applications