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sat course_ Overview of the part on digital reading and writing

Why It’s Important to Take the SAT

Students can assess their readiness for college and the workforce by taking the SAT.

Many students discover that their exam results either support their secondary school grades or even demonstrate their strengths that go beyond what is indicated by their grades.
More than 80% of students who responded to a survey said they wanted the option to submit test results to schools and universities, including those where taking the test is optional.
Additionally, the majority of postsecondary schools in the United States and many other countries still consider SAT scores to be an important factor in the admissions process. This allows students to be recognized by colleges and get scholarships.

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Test length:

25 operational questions and 2 pretest questions in the first module.
 Second module: two pretest questions and 25 operational questions

Total: 54 questions

Hours per module: Modules 1 and 2 each

last 32 minutes.

64 total minutes

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Questions about digital reading and writing

Questions from each of the following four curriculum areas appear in the digital Reading and Writing section:

Craft and Structure: Examines the comprehension, vocabulary, synthesis, analysis, and reasoning abilities and knowledge required to comprehend and use highly functional words and phrases in context, assess the rhetorical effectiveness of texts, and draw connections between texts that are thematically related.


 Measures the ability to locate, analyze, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational visuals (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs). Information and Ideas: Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge.

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Craft and Structure: Examines the comprehension, vocabulary, synthesis, analysis, and reasoning abilities and knowledge required to comprehend and use highly functional words and phrases in context, assess the rhetorical effectiveness of texts, and draw connections between texts that are thematically related.
 Measures the ability to locate, analyze, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational visuals (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs). Information and Ideas: Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge.

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Each Reading and Writing module contains questions from all four domains, starting with Craft and Structure questions and moving on to Information and Ideas, Standard English Conventions, and Expression of Ideas questions.

To minimize the requirement for context switching, questions within the Craft and Structure, Information and Ideas, and Expression of Ideas topic areas are grouped together and ranked from easiest to difficult. This makes it simpler for students to plan their time and gives each test taker the best chance to demonstrate their knowledge and skills.


Regardless of the particular convention being assessed, questions in the Standard English Conventions subject domain are ranked from easy to toughest.

Craft and Structure and Information and Ideas, the first two domains of the Reading and Writing section, primarily address reading-related skills and knowledge, whereas Standard English Conventions and Expression of Ideas, the second two domains, primarily address writing-related skills and knowledge.

This separation into areas centered on reading and writing has no practical impact on the format of the exam or the results that are reported.

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Content
Domain

Detailed Domain

Tests of Knowledge and Skill

Operational
Question
Distribution

Structure and Craft

Tests the knowledge and abilities necessary for understanding and using high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluating texts rhetorically, and drawing connections between texts that are thematically linked.

Contextual Words, Textual Organization and Purpose, and Cross-Text Connections

13–15
questions

Knowledge and Concepts

Measures the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational visuals (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs), as well as comprehension, analytical, and reasoning skills and knowledge.

Central Concepts and Details, Textual and Quantitative Evidence Under Control, and Inferences

12–14
questions

Standard
English
Conventions

measures the capacity to edit texts in accordance with the essential rules of Standard English use, sentence construction, and punctuation

Sense, boundaries, form, and structure

11–15
questions

Communication of Ideas

evaluates the capacity to modify texts in order to satisfy certain rhetorical objectives and increase the efficacy of written discourse.

Transitions, Synthesis of Rhetoric

8–12
questions

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