Frequency Asked Questions (FAQ)
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Students can take the Digital SAT as many times as they wish, but there are usually only seven test dates available throughout the year. The majority of students take the exam twice, once at the end of their junior year and once at the start of their senior year.
As a result, The College Board has established no eligibility criteria for taking the Digital SAT exam. However, because the Digital SAT is used for admission to undergraduate programmes, individuals are advised to take it when in standard 11th or 12th.
The Digital SAT composite score spans from 400 to 1600 and is a combination of the Reading and Writing section scores (200-800) plus the Math Section score (200-800). The test lasts 2 hours and 14 minutes in total. (with pauses)
You can only use your calculator on the Math Test - Calculator section of the test.
The Digital SAT examination costs $55 [INR 4,081]. Additionally, Indian candidates must pay a non-US regional fee of $49 [INR 3600], bringing the total exam expense for Indian nationals to $104 [INR 7700].
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math are the two sections for which candidates obtain scores. Each of them is evaluated between 200 and 800. The sum of these two scores is the Digital SAT score. The overall score is between 400 and 1600.
Students can use a laptop or iPad to take the Digital SAT Suite. They may use either a personal or a school-issued gadget.
Yes.You should ask the test administrator for a "Request to Cancel Test Scores" form if you finish the test and decide that you want to dispute your results. You can mail the completed form to ETS after giving it some thought or you can submit the full form right away at the testing facility. However, your request form must reach ETS by the following Thursday at the latest.
There are two options for transmitting the results to colleges: either at exam registration or after the official results have been made public. When registering for the Digital SAT exam, candidates are given four Score Reports without charge. After taking the test, candidates have nine days to send their results to universities, after which they must spend $12 to send the results to any university or programme they choose.