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Date: April 23, 2017 10:05 am
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ABOUT THE SAT TEST:
SAT Critical Reading
* 25-minute section: 24 questions (8 Sentence Completions, 4 Short Reading Comps, 12 Long Reading Comps)
* 25-minute section: 24 questions (5 Sentence Completions, 4 Short Reading Comps, 15 Long Reading Comps)
* 20-minute section: 19 questions (6 Sentence Completions, 13 Long Reading Comps)
* 25-minute section: 20 questions (20 Multiple-Choice)
* 25-minute section: 18 Questions (8 Multiple-Choice, 10 Grid-Ins)
* 20-minute section: 16 questions (16 Multiple-Choice)
* 25-minute section: The Essay
* 25-minute section: 35 questions (11 Improving Sentences, 18 Identifying Sentence Errors, 6 Improving Paragraphs)
* 10-minute section: 14 questions (14 Improving Sentences)
THE “EXPERIMENTAL” SECTION
In addition to the nine timed sections listed above, the test you take will contain a tenth section. This is the 25-minute “experimental” section that the folks who write the SAT use to test out new questions and for other statistical purposes. The “experimental” section does not count toward your final score. However, you won’t be able to just blow off the experimental section for one simple reason: you won’t know which one it is.