SAT Reasoning Test
Do you want to study in the US or an international university? The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly SAT – Scholastic Aptitude Test, SAT Scholastic Achievement Test and SAT I Reasoning Test) is required by almost all universities in the US and increasingly from universities in Europe (such as Jacobs University in Bremen, Bocconi in Milan, Instituto de Empresa in Madrid, American University in Istanbul, etc.) as an admission requirement for an undergraduate degree (e.g. Bachelor of Arts, BA, Bachelor of Sciences, B.Sc. or Bachelor of Business Administration, BBA). The SAT is also needed if you have an American High School Diploma and want to study in Germany.
The SAT is a standardized admissions test which tests logical thinking and the ability to solve problems. Writing and reading comprehension as well as math skills are controlled. These are multiple-choice questionnaires with four or five possible answers. Moreover essays are to be written on given topics.
The SAT is offered in two versions, the SAT Reasoning Test (formerly “SAT I”), and the SAT Subject Tests (formerly “SAT II”).