We cover all three modules of SAT. We follow the SAT pattern introduced in 2005.
The SAT score ranges from 400 to 1600.
This section is a part of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing component of the SAT. It consists of 5 passages and a total of 52 questions. You are required to read and understand these passages and answer the questions that follow within 65 minutes.
Each 500-750 words-long passage may be taken from:
Each passage is followed by 10-11 multiple-choice questions with four answer choices. Broadly speaking, the questions are of the following types:
SAT does not expect you to have prior knowledge of the passage topics as the questions that are asked are always based on the passage. However, familiarity with these topics is recommended because one, it helps you develop a reading habit and two, it is a definitive confidence-building measure.