More and more universities are requiring the SAT Subject Tests as part of your university application.
What are the SAT Subject Tests? They are subject specific 1 hour exams designed to test your knowledge of a subject. Although they are called SAT tests, they don't really have that much in common with the SAT from a test perspective. These tests actually measure what you have learned in school in the subject.
If a university you are applying to requires subject tests (usually they ask for 2), be sure to plan ahead. The SAT Subject Tests are offered at the same time as the SAT and you can't take them both on the same day.
Here's everything you need to know about the 2018-2019 SAT Subject Test dates in Dubai to get your calendar together.
Taking the SAT in Dubai doesn’t have to be a pain in the you-know-what...as long as you know how it works here.
A lot of the information you find about the SAT online is either:
But, don’t worry…
We’ve outlined 5 things you need to know about taking the SAT in 2018 in Dubai.
Another school year starts and so does another SAT test season. Since the SAT is just one of those test you've got to take if you're applying to universities in the US, Canada, or even the UAE, you better know the 2018-2019 SAT test dates in Dubai so you can get your schedule together.
The SAT is now only offered 4 times a year for international students! In previous years, you could take the SAT 6 times a year. The SAT is no longer offered in January and June. Now that you can only take the exam 4 times, it is really important that you get your preparation schedule and start in advance.
One rarely talked about alternative to going directly to university after high school is taking a gap year. When you take a gap year, you take a year off before going to university to work, travel, or chill. More and more students are interested in taking them but there’s not a lot of information out there about how to take a gap year in Dubai.
If you are considering or are in the middle of a gap year in Dubai, you’ll appreciate our answer to this question: