Willis High School is pleased to offer the SAT on March 22, 2023 to all 11th grade students.
SAT School Day allows districts and schools to offer juniors the opportunity to take the SAT during their regular school day at their home school, expanding access to a globally recognized college admission test. Willis ISD provides this opportunity free of charge for all 11th grade students.
About the SAT
The SAT is part of the SAT Suite of Assessments, closely aligned tests that reflect what students are already learning in their classrooms and help educators monitor student progress. Visit satsuite.collegeboard.org to learn more about the SAT Suite. The SAT focuses on the skills and knowledge that research indicates are essential for career and college success.
Test Sections and Timing
The SAT is composed of several tests that follow the same order in every test book. The test must be administered in this sequence unless explicitly instructed otherwise by College Board.
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing: Includes a Reading Test and a Writing and Language Test. Each test is composed of multiparagraph passages and multiple-choice questions.
- 65 minutes for Reading
- 35 minutes for Writing and Language
Math: Includes one portion that permits calculator use and one that doesn’t. Each portion is composed of multiple-choice and student-produced response questions.
- 25 minutes for Math Test – No Calculator
- 55 minutes for Math Test – Calculator