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Learn from SAT experts

We ensure that our students learn only from the experts, who understand ins-and-outs of the SAT prep. Learn the most effective tips and strategies to ace the test via live interactive classes by SAT experts.

Coherent strategies that work

Coherent strategies that work

Bypass rote learning and grasp effective strategies from our experts to ace SAT. An accurate approach will rank you among the top achievers. Learn short-cuts, elimination techniques, and problem-solving skills.

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Remedial sessions, fix muddles

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Remedial sessions, fix muddles

Our support is not limited to course classes. We help you wherever you get stuck and cover any topic that’s left-out or needs a little more exposition. Chat 1:1 with the expert in remedy classes to discuss any doubts or revise concepts.

Guidance throughout the journey

Guidance throughout the journey

We get renowned industry experts to guide your way to the top colleges. Our counselors will guide you in goal-setting, profile building, and the admission process, to ensure a smooth journey to your destination.

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80+ hours live interactive classes
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Instant doubt clarification
Remedial sessions
Weekly and fortnightly tests
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About Exam

The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.

The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. College admissions officers’ reviews standardized test scores alongside your

  • High school GPA,
  • Classes taken in high school,
  • Letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors,
  • Extracurricular activities,
  • Admissions interviews, and
  • Personal essays.

Evaluation pattern

The scaled score of between 200 and 800 is converted from the raw score earned on each section. Raw score is simply the number of questions you answered correctly. Skipped or wrong questions do not add or subtract from your raw score.

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Duration

3 Hrs /180 Min without Essay and 3 hrs 50 min / 230 Min with Essay.

Reading Test

52 Questions Duration 65 minsScore range 200-800

Writing and Language Test

44 Questions Duration 35 minsScore range 200-800

Math (without a Calculator)

20 Questions Duration 25 minsScore range 200-800(with & without calculator)

Math (with Calculator)

38 Questions Duration 55 mins

EssayWriting (optional)

1 Question Duration 50 minsScore range 2-8

The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions.

The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student’s readiness for college and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. College admissions officers’ reviews standardized test scores alongside your

  • High school GPA,
  • Classes taken in high school,
  • Letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors,
  • Extracurricular activities,
  • Admissions interviews, and
  • Personal essays.

Evaluation pattern

The scaled score of between 200 and 800 is converted from the raw score earned on each section. Raw score is simply the number of questions you answered correctly. Skipped or wrong questions do not add or subtract from your raw score.

3 Hrs /180 Min without Essay and 3 hrs 50 min / 230 Min with Essay.

Reading Test

52 Questions Duration 65 minsScore range 200-800

Writing and Language Test

44 Questions Duration 35 minsScore range 200-800

Math (without a Calculator)

20 Questions Duration 25 minsScore range 200-800(with & without calculator)

Math (with Calculator)

38 Questions Duration 55 mins

EssayWriting (optional)

1 Question Duration 50 minsScore range 2-8

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FAQ's

Turito allows a maximum of 10 students for each batch. We follow this policy since small class sizes enable our educators to pay close, specialized attention to every student.
If you happen to skip a class or you are lagging in a particular chapter/concept, you can attend our remedial classes. Here, you can ask questions directly to our tutors.
We have a Parent app that allows parents to get updates on their child’s performance at every step. – attendance, lectures taken and pending, subject wise, monthly and weekly reports, and progress summary, among others.
We only hire top 2% of the tutors. The tutors are first vetted, are asked to undergo an intensive selection process, and then onboarded. We understand the value of a good tutor. We train them to deliver good training and bring out the best in our students.
The importance of SAT scores varies depending on the university. When deciding on admissions, colleges and universities take into account a student's high school grade point average and academic transcript, as well as letters of recommendation, interviews, and personal essays. In addition, almost all schools and universities in the United States will take ACT scores in lieu of SAT scores. Contact the admissions offices of the colleges to which you will apply for more information about the weight of your scores.
Allow yourself 5–12 weeks to study for the SAT. We'll provide you a free full–length practice exam and wrap–up course session immediately before your test if you prep with us. We can also assist you if you're unsure about when to take the SAT.
The SAT registration deadline is about 5 weeks before the test date. Fill out the registration form in the College Board's Bulletin for the SAT Program to register by mail. Your school counsellor can provide you with a complimentary copy of this publication. You can also call ETS at 609–771–7600 and they'll send one to you for free.