Best SAT Classes in Chitwan,

Best SAT Class in Chitwan,

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Best SAT Class in Chitwan, Nepal

With Over 15 Years of experience in language teaching, AECC Nepal is committed to providing services of the highest standards at schools all over the world. SAT course at AECC prepares students to take the Scholastic Assessment Test,  a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. 

Originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it was later called the Scholastic Assessment Test, then the SAT I: Reasoning Test, and now simply the SAT. 

The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student's readiness for undergraduate studies, and it serves as a common comparative data point for admission committees to compare all applicants. Undergraduate admissions officers will review standardized test scores alongside your high school academic performance, the courses you took in high school, letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors, extracurricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal essays. How important SAT scores are in the undergraduate application process varies from school to school.

Overall, the higher you score on the SAT, the more options of colleges/universities for application and scholarship will be available to you.

Choose AECC Nepal the best Study abroad Consultant and the best SAT Study centre in Chitwan, Nepal to get a good score in SAT which ensures your future in the best Universities abroad. At AECC Nepal we help you to get maximum scores by providing you customized test preparation classes.
  • Courses are designed to help students get the best strategies for SAT.
  • Well-equipped lab facility.
  • Free Mock Test – every day.
  • Supportive Staff.
  • Instructor with more than 10 years of experience.

SAT Test at a glance


Reading and Writing Section

Math Section


Two-stage adaptive test design: one reading and writing section administered via two separately timed modules

Two-stage adaptive test design: one Math section administered via two separately timed modules

Number of Questions

Module 1: 27 questions

Module 2: 27 questions

Module 1: 22 questions

Module 2: 22 questions

Time per stage

Module 1: 32 minutes

Module 2: 32 minutes

Module 1: 35 minutes

Module 2: 35 minutes

Scores reported

200 – 800, in 10–point intervals

200 – 800, in 10–point intervals

Questions used

Discrete: four-option multiple-choice

Discrete: four-option multiple-choice (≈ 75%)

Student-produced response (SPR) (≈ 25%)

Stimulus topics

Literature, history, social studies, humanities, science

Science, social science, real-world topics

Informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, pie charts, line graphs, etc.)



SAT Test Format

The Reading and Writing section is designed to measure students’ attainment of critical college and career readiness in literacy. In this section, students answer multiple-choice questions requiring them to read, comprehend, and use information and ideas in texts; analyze the craft and structure of texts; revise texts to improve the rhetorical expression of ideas, and edit texts to conform to core conventions of Standard English.

Questions on the Reading and Writing Section represent one of four content domains: 

  1. Craft and Structure: Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts.
  2. Information and Ideas: Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs).
  3. Standard English Conventions: Measures the ability to edit texts to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
  4. Expression of Ideas: Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals.
The Math section is designed to measure students’ attainment of critical college and career readiness knowledge and skills in math. The Math section focuses on key elements of algebra, advanced math, problem-solving and data analysis, and geometry and trigonometry. Over the course of the Math section, students answer multiple-choice and student-produced response (SPR) questions that measure their fluency with, understanding of, and ability to apply the math concepts, skills, and practices that are most essential for post-high school academics.

Questions in the Math section represent one of four content domains: 

  1. Algebra: Measures the ability to analyze, fluently solve, and create linear equations and inequalities as well as analyze and fluently solve equations and systems of equations using multiple techniques. 
  2. Advanced Math: Measures skills and knowledge central for progression to more advanced math courses, including demonstrating an understanding of absolute value, quadratic, exponential, polynomial, rational, radical, and other nonlinear equations. 
  3. Problem-Solving and Data Analysis: Measures the ability to apply quantitative reasoning about ratios, rates, and proportional relationships; understand and apply unit rate; and analyze and interpret one- and two-variable data; understand probability concepts; analyze data using statistics.
  4. Geometry and Trigonometry: Measures the ability to solve problems that focus on area and volume angles, triangles, polygons, circles, area, volume and trigonometry.
Geometry and Trigonometry ( 5 – 7 Questions) (2 weeks class duration)
  • Line and Angle
  • Polygons - Triangle
  • Other Polygons
  • Circle
  • Solid Geometry
  • Coordinate Geometry
  • Trigonometry
Algebra  ( 13 – 15 Questions) (3 weeks class duration)
  • Linear Equation in one variable
  • Linear Function – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • System of Linear Equations
  • Linear Inequality – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • Linear Absolute Value Equation and Inequality - Properties and Graphical Interpretation
Advanced Math (13 – 15 Questions) (3 weeks class duration)
  • Laws of Indices, Radicals, Rationals, Conjugate Fractions, Long Division
  • Functions – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • Polynomials – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • Quadratic Function – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • Exponential Function – Properties and Graphical Interpretation
  • Pattern Identification
Problem Solving and Data Analysis  ( 5 – 7 Questions) (3 weeks class duration)
  • Set– Venn Diagram
  • Problems related to Percent
  • Variation, Ratio, Time and Work, Rate and Distance
  • Problems related to Fraction
  • Permutation and Combination
  • Probability
  • Statistics
  • Population Sampling
  • Scatter Plots
  • Data Analysis – Graph, Chart, Table
  • We recruit the top instructor in the area.
  • AECC Nepal teacher holds more than ten years of teaching experience.
  • Similarly, our qualified instructors took the SAT test and performed well.
  • Our instructors have a solid academic background.
  • The relevant organizations have certified the instructors.
  • Will create an environment that is encouraging and welcoming to students.
  • On the other hand, students are also given additional input outside the classroom.

How to register for SAT Exam?

You can register for the SAT by visiting:

Students can take the SAT test on a wide range of devices, including their own laptops (Windows or macOS), and iPads, Students will take the digital SAT Suite using a custom-built digital testing application that they’ll download in advance of test day. Students who do not have their own device can request one from the college board. It is advised that the request is made well in advance of the registration deadline.

The digital testing application will include many test tools for students. Examples include:
Mark for review: Students can flag and return to any question within a given test module they want to come back to later.
Testing timer: A clock counts down the time remaining in each module. Students can hide the timer, and they get an alert when 5 minutes remain in the module.
Calculator: A built-in graphing calculator is available on the entire Math section. (Students can also bring their own approved calculator.)
Reference sheet: On the Math section, students have access to a list of common formulas.
Annotation: Students can highlight any part of a question and leave themselves a note.

Why study SAT at AECC Nepal Study abroad Education Consultant?

  • Highly experienced instructors with over 5 years in the business
  • State of the art facilities – library, practice materials, well furbished classrooms, computer lab facility.
  • Our students score consistently above the 80th percentile
  • Supportive staffs and dedicated counsellors to help you beyond the class
  • Interactive and friendly environment
  • Highly personalized approach designed to maximize each student’s abilities.
  • Mock Test facilities.

AECC Nepal's Office in Pokhara


Lions Chowk, 

P: +977-56-590019
P: +977-56-590871

Monday - Friday 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday 10:00 am - 5:30 PM

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