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SAT - study abroad

score 2200+ in SAT

SAT is the best place to start your undergraduate studies abroad. With a descent SAT score you can start your studies in any of the top US universities. Our counsellors are there to help you decide whats best for you.

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Confused as to which college

is best for you?

Our Experts care always ready to help you get to your dream college by following an accurate process of elimination to decide on where to apply so as to increase your probability of admission.

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Wisdom Mart- Delhi's No 1 

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GMAT, GRE, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS and Admission and Visa Counselling, but that is not all we do in Wisdom Mart, we don't rest till we see you through to your destined college.

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Specialized Preparation for

GRE, GMAT, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS

Test & Admissions Abroad. Whether its visa guidance, admission counselling, essay/SOP/LOR editing, practice tests, learning procedures, or study material Wisdom Mart is the place to be.

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New SAT vs. Old SAT

no more analogies!

Other than a few exceptional changes the majority of SAT pattern is still the same. The colleges still expect you to score well, so improving on your performance regardless of the pattern is the best way about it.

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for GMAT, GRE, SAT, TOEFL, IELTS and experience the difference of study environment in Wisdom Mart. Do not accept life as it comes to you, make it come as you expect it to. Wisdom Mart, your Way to Success.

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How much SAT score matter?

roughly 35%

SAT score is only as valuable as your previous academic records, and SOPs and LORs. Without a complete package your application will weigh light even with an exceptional SAT score.

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6 Full-length tests, 30+ Quizzes, 30+ Practice tests, 200+ Flash Cards, 110+ topics on Quant and Verbal, 1500+ Practice Questions, 1000+ Video Sessions, 30+ counselors, 24X7 access for GRE, GMAT, SAT.

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Re-Taking SAT
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Colleges evaluate the SAT I in different ways. Some will take your highest math and verbal scores even if they were earned on different test days. Some will take your highest combined score on a particular day. Some will take take the average of all your scores. No matter what each school's policy is, every single score you earn is part of your permanent transcript, and the colleges see them all.

Therefore, it may not be a good thing for you to take the test as many times as you can. You should only take the test when you believe you are truly prepared. Ideally, it's better for you to earn your highest score sooner than later.

You can take the test two or three times, as long as your scores will be considerably increased each time. However, if you hit 1800 or believe that you have dig out the highest potential you will ever have in the test, you'd better stop there. You don't want your next possibly poorer scores to drag down your average score. On the other hand, if you are confident that after more practice, you will do better the next time, go for it. In other word, it'll be meaningless to re-take the test if you expect to earn about the same or poorer score every time.