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SAT is the required admission test at most the Universities and Colleges.  More than 2 million students took the SAT in 2021. With so many students to compete against, it is important that you are ready mentally and academically to ace the SAT.

SAT prep help from an expert tutor with enough SAT practice is the perfect formula to get an SAT score of 1400+. eTutorWorld students have acknowledged that personalized online tutoring has helped them gain confidence and do better on the SAT.

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Full Length SAT Practice Tests 2022

Here’s how eTutorWorld’s SAT Test Prep Program will help you:

  1. Understand the SAT test format
  2. Learn to manage your time during the test
  3. Understand the 4 sections and their question types
  4. Identify your weaknesses and work on them
  5. Learn concepts with an online LIVE tutor
  6. Take your SAT prep to the next level from anywhere, at anytime
  7. Learn SAT-taking-tips-and-tricks
  8. Get confident to crack the SAT

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The SAT Format

Evidence-Based Reading


  • 65 minutes Reading section
  • 35 minutes Writing & Language


  • 52 Questions (Reading)
  • 44 Questions (Writing & Language)

Score Range

200 – 800



  • 25 minutes, No calculator section
  • 55 minutes, Calculator section


  • 20 Questions, no calculator
  • 38 Questions, calculator

Score Range

200 – 800

Essay (Optional)


  • 50 minutes (25 minutes more than the earlier SAT)


  •  One passage with a prompt  based on it

Score Range

200 – 800

Components/Sections of the General SAT

1. Evidence Based Reading and Writing (EBRW)

  • The questions focus on research skills, comprehension and interpretation of deeper contexts that ensures student’s readiness to survive in college.
  • It lays more emphasis on vocabulary that is not isolated but is contextual. The questions also judge student’s word choice with the emphasis on underlying tones and meanings in it.

2. Essay (Optional)

  • It comes at the end of the English section. It depends on a college whether they require the SAT essay score for admission
  • Time: 50 minutes
  • The prompts analyse a student’s reading and writing skills as the write-up has to be produced after analysing the source information provided in the question.

3. Math

  • Total of 58 multiple–choice questions of which 12-13 are student-produced response questions in the form of grid-ins.
  • 80 minutes for both the Calculator section and No Calculator section
  • Questions are based on high school math – Algebra I and II, Data Analysis, geometry, and some trigonometry
  • Several questions on the test may be based on a single scenario.
  • Questions will assess a student’s math concepts, ability to apply these concepts to the real world & proficiency in using math tools like the calculator.

SAT Scores

The total scale of the score ranges from 400-1600 (without essay). It is calculated on the score reported in different sections.

  • Evidence Based Reading & Writing:  200-800
  • Math:  200-800
  • Essay: 200-800 (if opted is recorded separately)

Major Key areas to focus on for the SAT:

  • Demonstration of Analytical skills
  • Work on stylistic, persuasive or argumentative elements
  • Logical reasoning to develop ideas
  • Read only non-fictional  and challenging texts

Best time to take the SAT:

By October or November to take early admission in the month of January.

Taking exams like PSAT and ACT help students to prepare themselves for the SAT as the format of the SAT is similar to the format of PSAT and ACT. Going through these exams will give the students, the much needed confidence to test their skills before they appear for their final SAT exam.

SAT Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I take the SAT?

The SAT is a worldwide known exam among students to get admission for various undergraduate programs in colleges and universities especially in the US.Getting into a reputed college can set your career on the fast track, and the SAT exam stands pivotal to determining which college or university you go to.

What are the sections in the SAT?

The exam focuses on the student’s knowledge of reading, writing, and math which they have been already studying in their high school years.

Current SAT Structure

Evidence-Based Reading

65 minutes Reading section
35 minutes Writing & Language section

52 Questions (Reading)
44 Questions (Writing & Language)

Score Range
200 – 800



25 minutes, No calculator section
55 minutes, Calculator section

20 Questions, no calculator
38 Questions, calculator

Score Range
200 – 800


Essay (Optional)

50 minutes (25 minutes more than the earlier SAT)

One passage with a prompt based on it

Score Range
200 – 80

How many subjects are compulsory in the SAT exam?

If you are taking the SAT General , the subjects you need to be good at are English reading, writing, grammar, Algebra 2 and Geometry. Subject SATs of course require that you prepare well for the subject you taking the SAT 2 in.

What is the minimum number of subjects I can choose?

There is no minimum or maximum number of subjects to choose for the SAT. A student can choose to take either the general SAT or any of the subject SATs or both.

How is the SAT scored?

Your answer sheet is scanned by the college board system. The system considers the circles that you filled in and calculates your raw score. Because there’s no penalty for incorrect answers, your raw score is the number of questions you’d answered correctly. Your raw score is converted to a scaled score of 200 to 800 points which you see on your score report. College board uses a process to adjust for slight differences in difficulty between various versions of the test taken on different days.

What are the type of questions on the SAT?

All questions on the SAT are multiple choice.

How can I get a 1200+ SAT score?

Preparing for the SAT is the only way to get a 1200+ SAT score. Taking SAT practice exams and studying rigorously on your own can help improve your SAT scores, but considering the benefits of an SAT tutor is pivotal. The strength, support and resources that a personal SAT coach or an SAT tutor provides, can lead to a 1200+ SAT score.

When should I start studying for the SAT?

Usually high school kids take about 2-3 months on an average to prepare for the SAT test. So the best time to start your SAT prep is during the summer-break. That is the time when children have some time off from high school activities, and can start their SAT practice from the comfort of their homes or public libraries.

Which SAT prep program is better – the self paced program, an online or offline?

There are thousands of ways youcan prep for the SAT…. from books to online courses to in-person tutors. A self paced SAT prep program is perfect for you if you are self-motivated and self introspect to make progress. Online SAT prep is a good fit for you if you can study with a live online SAT prep tutor. Whereas, aclass room or a face to face prep program can help you learn from your peers and remain alert for longer time periods.

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