Reading 52 questions; one 65 minute section; Writing & Language 44 questions; one 35 minute section; Math 58 questions (45 multiple choice & 13 student produced response); one 25 minute section (no calculator) and one 55 minute section (w/ calculator);
English 75 questions; 45 minutes; Mathematics 60 questions; 60 minutes; Reading 40 questions; 35 minutes; Science 40 questions; 35 minutes; Optional Writing Test 1 Prompt; 40 m
Analytical Writing 1 writing task; 30 minutes; Measures student ability to analyze an argument Integrated Reasoning 12 multiple choice problem sets (almost all problem sets have more than one question); 30 minutes; Measures graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, and multi-source reasoning Quantitative 37 questions; 75 minutes; Measures data sufficiency and problem solving abilities Verbal 41 questions; 75 minutes; Measures reading comprehension, critical reasoning,
Analytical Writing 2 writing tasks; 60 minutes (30 minutes for each task); Measures student ability to analyze an argument and to analyze an issue (one of each) Verbal Reasoning 40 Questions; two 30-minute sections; Measures reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and vocabulary skills Quantitative Reasoning 40 questions; two 35-minute sections; Measures quantitative comparison skills Exam is offered year-round. Exact dates and times vary based on individual testing center availability.
Reading Comprehension 27 Questions; 35 minutes; Measures reading comprehension and critical reasoning skills Analytical Reasoning 23 Questions from 4 Logic Games; 35 minutes; Measures critical thinking and reasoning abilities Logical Reasoning 25-26 Questions; two 35 minute sections; Measures critical reasoning ability, as well as ability to make assumptions and draw conclusions Variable 35 minutes; Will appear as one of the 3 sections above. You will not know which section it is.
Physical Sciences 52 Questions; 70 minutes; Measures the application of introductory-level knowledge of general chemistry and physics to solve scientific problems Biological Sciences 52 Questions; 70 minutes; Measures the application of introductory level knowledge of biology and organic chemistry to solve scientific problems Verbal Reasoning 40 questions; 60 minutes; Measures ability to understand, evaluate, and apply information and arguments presented in text Trial Section 32 Questions; 45 mi
Reading 36-56 Questions; 60-80 minutes; Measures ability to read 3-4 passages from academic texts and answer questions Listening 34-51 Questions; 60-90 minutes; Measures ability to listen to lectures, classroom discussions, and conversations, then answer questions Speaking 6 Tasks; 20 minutes; Measures ability to express an opinion on a familiar topic; speak based on reading and listening tasks. Writing 2 Tasks; 50 minutes; Write essay responses based on reading and listening tasks; support an o
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