The SAT is a standardized test designed to measure basic critical reading, math and writing skills. Most colleges and universities request ACT or SAT score results from applicants. It is an internationally recognized standardized test that evaluates a candidate’s knowledge in reading, writing and quantitative aptitude and other specialized subjects. SAT is taken for undergraduate admission in the United States and some other countries.
SAT assesses how well the test takers analyze and solve problems. It is usually taken by junior and senior high school students and is based on subjects taught in high school programs.