SAT is a standardized, academic test designed to show how students are prepared for college and university. The test is developed and conducted by the College Board, a non-governmental organization established in 1900 to coordinate the efforts of US colleges and universities. Until 1933, it was used as an effective test for measuring mental capacity. This view of SAT helped to promote its popularity, by the 1940s; it became a standard test for all candidates wishing to enroll in higher education institutions abroad. SAT allows you to assess the literacy and writing skills, computational abilities and clarity of expression that are necessary for successful university education. As students from around the world pass the test, it also allows you to compare the intellectual level of peers from different countries. The SAT test includes three sections - Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing, and takes about 4-4.5 hours.
The course is developed individually, based on the level of the English language and the desired result, taking into account a convenient schedule for you.