Most colleges in North America require SAT test scores for admission to their undergraduate programs. SAT is conducted by the ETS and is held 7 times in a year. SAT tests for Critical Reading, Math and Writing skills.
Graduate School means taking the (GRE) Graduate Record Examination. Your GRE score will be used for admissions criteria, merit-based grants, fellowships, and teaching or research assignments.
The Graduate Management Admission Test is required by most business schools. It consists of 3 sections (Quantitative, Verbal, and Writing), is a computer-adaptive test (CAT), and can be taken at any time of the year. The Princeton Review's exceptional instructors and timely, challenging materials will help you earn your best score.
The college admissions process can be confusing and frustrating, to say the least. Each college has unique requirements, ranging from what standardized tests it recognizes to how many years of a foreign language you'll need to take. Luckily, there are some common benchmarks universal to almost every school.