The Scholastic Aptitude Test SAT

The SAT is taken during high school and its scores are used by colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. The test is divided into two parts, verbal and math. It currently includes a critical reading section as part of the verbal half of the test, which consists of a number of passages. These passages are followed by questions that test your ability to comprehend and make inferences about their content. Critical reading questions account for almost half of the verbal section score. Beginning with the March 2005 SAT, the verbal section will be renamed Critical Reading, and all questions will refer to reading passages.

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