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1 SAT and TOEFL Many US Colleges and Universities require scores on both tests in order for an applicant to be reviewed for admission. However, a growing number schools do not require these tests.This step could be the ,most stressful step for all students. The SAT is a standardized college admission test in the US, while the TOEFL is the test of English as a Foreign Language. The SAT is intended to assess a students readiness for college over three million students each year take the SAT at over 700 worldwide test centers. The TOEFL is designed to measure proficiency of non-native English language speakers wishing to enroll in the US Universities. The SAT tests students’ reasoning based on knowledge skills developed through their course work, the content critical reading, mathematics and writing. It measures their ability to analyze and solve problems by applying what they have learned in school. The TOEFL is test is taken by students aspiring to study in the United states. The test is offered 30-40 times per year at
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  • Fall '19
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  • Liberal arts colleges in the United States, Educational Testing Service

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