SAT exam or Student Administration Test (SAT)
The SAT exam is held annually by the College Board of the United States about 4 times a year. Some universities in Turkey such as Koç, Haceteppe, Boğaziçi, Bilkent and Istanbul Technical University accept the SAT test for all disciplines. But in the case of the rest of the Turkish universities, the priority is for the YÖS exam in the field of medicine, dentistry and pharmacy, and if there are still quotas available, the result of the SAT exam is used.
SAT exam consists of two sections: English and Math.
This section consists of 52 questions (reading) with 65 minutes of dedicated time plus 44 questions (writing) with 35 minutes of dedicated time.
This section contains 20 questions with no calculator allowed, a dedicated time of 25 minutes and 38 questions using a calculator which has 55 minutes of dedicated time.
How do I register for the SAT?
SAT registration deadlines fall approximately five weeks before each test date. Register online on the College Board website. The College Board may require SAT registration by mail under special circumstances.
The topics of the mathematical section include complex numbers, equations, functions, statistics, probabilities, alliances, trigonometry, geometry and other basic topics.