SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test). Applicants and students who decide to study at universities in the United States and Canada, as well as many European universities, are required to take this exam.
SAT exam is divided into two groups:
SAT I - Reasoning Test
SAT II - Subject Test
Although SAT exams are in two groups, most universities require SAT I. Rated universities require both SAT examinations. In the SAT exam, the minium score for each section is 200, and the maximum score is 800 points (ie, a maximum of 2400). To be admitted to high-level universities, you need to collect at least 600-700 points on each of the key members. There are three types of SAT: Writing, critical reading, Mathematics. The term is 5 years.
Turkish universities, which have recently become an important country for Azerbaijanis, also require the SAT exam to cancel the YÖS exam. Thus, it is required to pass the SAT and TOEFL exams to be admitted to the best Turkish universities. This applies to more English-language programs. However, if the program is in Turkish, then you must give TOMER or ALES exam. Otherwise, you should read the Turkish or English one year before you begin the bachelor's degree.
Lessons are taught as individual and small groups.