• SAT

    Important Note: The following links will take you to the test organization's calendar of national testing dates. Not all tests may be offered at Agoura High School on every date and in some cases AHS's spots may be sold out.

    General Information:
    SAT I Homepage
    Test Dates: SAT Test Dates
    Sign-Ups: SAT Registration
    Sending Scores: SAT Score Information

    Reminder: AHS's school code is 050003.

    THE SAT WILL BE CHANGING, EFFECTIVE WITH THE MARCH 2016 TEST.  AS OF MARCH, ONLY THE NEW SAT WILL BE AVAILABLE.  CURRENT JUNIORS AND SENIORS MAY TAKE THE OLD TEST THRU DECEMBER/JANUARY.

    About the Test:
    The  SAT reasoning test consists of 3 sections in which students will be tested - critical reading, mathematics, and writing. All three sections are scored on a scale of 200 to 800, with the writing section consisting of two subscores that take into account the essay and multiple choice parts of this section. Access the SAT reasoning homepage here.

    Critical Reading Section
    This section will test you on well you understand what you read. It consists of two multiple-choice sections: sentence completion questions and passage-based reading questions.

     

    Time Question Types Score
    70 min.
    (two 25-min. sections and
    one 20-min. section)
    Passage-based reading and sentence completion 200-800


    Mathematics Section
    The math section consists of a multiple-choice section as well as student-produced response questions in which students will "grid in" the solution. Click the links for more grid-in practice, as well as information about the SAT calculator policy.

    Time Question Types Score
    70 min.
    (two 25-min. sections and
    one 20-min. section)
    Multiple-choice questions and
    student-produced responses
    200-800


    Writing Section
    The essay will be the very first part of the SAT®. In 25 minutes, you are expected to present and support your point of view on a specific issue. Also included in the writing section are three sections of multiple-choice questions: improving sentences, identifying sentence errors, and improving paragraphs.

    Time Question Types Score
    60 min. (two 25-min. sections
    and one 10-min. section)
    Multiple choice questions (35 min.) and
    student-written essay (25 min.)
    200-800