- Kumaripati, Lalitpur, Nepal, 44700
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SAT® AT BAEC
- Structured classroom setting
- Interactive learning
- Individual feedback for each student
- Well-trained instructors
- Classroom instructions using lively presentations
- New classes start every Sunday
- Ample study materials and practice tests at Online Resource Centre
- Mock tests on alternate Sundays in a real test environment, using actual test format and timing
Our Library offers students materials designed to help improve their test taking and language skills. The library contains a collection of test preparation sample tests and a wide range of course material related to all the courses taught at ULCI that would meet the study needs of students. Students could borrow books of their registered courses.
To give students the opportunity to become familiar with the real test modules, we conduct three full-length tests on alternate Sundays. These tests are based on the real test modules. Feedback after the test provides students with a clear picture of their strengths and weaknesses so that they can concentrate on the weaker areas.
The SAT reasoning test is a standardized test for college admissions into most of the recognized schools in the US. High scores in the SAT qualify students for entry into good schools in the US and also allow them to compete for merit based scholarships. Almost all colleges in the US accept the SAT as a part of their admissions process.
The SAT is a 3 hour 50 minute exam (including an optional essay which takes 50 minutes), consisting of five sections: Reading, Writing, Math (with calculator), Math (no calculator), and Essay (optional).
|SAT Test Section||No of Questions and Types||Content||Timing|
|EVIDENCE-BASED READING & WRITING||Reading 52 standard multiple-choice Writing 44 standard multiple-choice||● Relevant words in context (Reading, Writing) ● Command of evidence (Reading, Writing) ● ● Expression of ideas (Writing) ● Standard English conventions (Writing)||100 minutes Reading One 65-minute section Writing One 35-minute section|
|MATHEMATICS||45 standard multiple-choice 13 student-produced response||● The heart of algebra ● Passport to advanced math ● Problem solving & data analysis||80 minutes One 25-minute section (no calculator) One 55-minute section (calculator allowed)|
|ESSAY (OPTIONAL)||1 evidence-based essay||● Analyzing a source||50 minutes One 50-minute essay|
Online Self-access Resource Centre contains the latest materials for both the Verbal and Math sections. The Self-access lab helps students become familiar with the varieties of question types that appear on the actual test.
- Easy to use
- Digital programme sources
- The Resource Centre contains a large number of course books and videos
- Complete practice exercises of all the test sections
- Activity-based approach
- Outstanding sound quality.
- Individual cubicle for privacy