Did you Know?

  • SAT test takers have more time per question compared to ACT
  • There is a Science section in ACT with critical reasoning type questions
  • ACT has fewer Math questions than SAT but the difficulty level is slightly higher

Benefits of taking SAT vs ACT Diagnostic test

Suitability Score

Get to know which test is better for you with data backed Suitability Score

Section-wise Analysis

Get a section-wise comparison of your performance in SAT & ACT

Analysis of Time Taken per Question

Get to know how much time you spent on question for SAT & ACT and compare sidewise

Format of SAT vs ACT Diagnostic Test

SAT

Section Number of Questions
Reading 11
Writing 12
Math 17

ACT

Section Number of Questions
Reading 10
English 15
Math 16
Science 9

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who should take this test?

If you are planning for higher education abroad, you should consider taking this test before you start your preparation for the entrance exams. This test will give you a clear picture of your capabilities so that you can know which test to take - SAT or ACT.

Why should i take this test?

Without taking this test, it will be hard to study effectively. You will get to know where you stand currently in terms of preparation so that you can make an effective study plan.