The SAT is the most universally accepted entrance exam for admission into American universities, which are receiving record-high numbers of applicants, making acceptance into top quality universities increasingly difficult. The SAT predicts how students will perform academically as college freshmen, and as a single, standardized means of comparison, helps college admissions officers make acceptance decisions. The SAT has 10 sections - three math sections covering arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and a miscellaneous category that includes probability, data interpretation, counting, and logical analysis; three verbal sections covering analogies, sentence completions, and critical reading; three writing sections that include an essay and two multiple choice sections that cover sentence and paragraph improvement and finding sentence errors; plus a "wild card" section of either math or verbal that doesn't count but is used to test new questions for future SAT’s. As a vetting process, many schools are choosing to use minimum SAT scores. To ensure your acceptance into your dream school, high SAT scores are a must. By preparing with our top-notch Test Specialists, past students have increased their scores an average of 300-500 points.