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Required for admission to all ABA- approved law schools, most Canadian law schools, and many non-ABA-approved law schools
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SAT II Subject Tests
Measure your knowledge of high-school academic subjects. Most selective colleges and universities recommend one to three SAT Subject Tests as admissions requisites.
SAT II Test Center Locations in Hong Kong
The number of Hong Kong SAT test center locations vary by test date, each date various schools, hotels and exam centers open their doors for SAT students. However, Asia World Expo is open on all testing dates and has the most seats available.
Asia World Expo
Address: Hong Kong International Airport,
Lantau, New Territories, Hong Kong
Tel: (+852) 3606 8888
Fax: (+852) 3606 8889
Head over to the CollegeBoard website and register now to see other test center locations.
SAT II Regulator Information
Exam Governing Body : CollegeBoard
Office Hours (EDT): 8AM – 9PM Mon - Fri
Hong Kong Local Time: 8PM – 9AM
USA Contact Number: (+1) 212-713-7789
Contact Email: email@example.com
SAT II Subject Test Cost 2017
Registration Fee: US$ 26 ∼ HKD 200
Per Subject Test Fee: US$ 20 ∼ HKD 155
Language with Listening:
US$ 26 ∼ HKD 200
The registration fee covers one test date, on which you can take one, two, or three Subject Tests charged at $20 each for all subjects except for language tests with listening which cost $26 depending on the subject.
Change in SAT II Testing Dates
The SAT is a very popular exam, with test centers in the region often filling up long before the deadline, as of now though, it will only get more difficult to find a place. The number of testing dates which previously stood at 7 has now been reduced to 6 dates. The SAT Subject exams are only offered on 5 of these dates, with the other date reserved solely for the standard SAT Test (see table for more info).
You will have to register to see which subjects are available on which test dates as they subjects offered do change throughout the year.
What does this mean for you?
Planning. Planning is key, you will need to know well in advance of the testing dates exactly when you plan to take the SAT. The next round of SAT test dates will go live around mid-July / early August, which is when you should have your application map laid out and ready so you can reserve a spot on the date you actually want, in a test center convenient to you.
Don’t leave it too late
Once the spots are gone, they are gone, there is nothing you can do about it, besides fly to a different country which still has seats available – not exactly the first thing you want to be doing just before you sit the most crucial test in your life thus far!
“Only 4 test dates per year, seats start filling up early & test centers are always full, you MUST register in advance.”
One of two main tests used for College and University admissions.
The ACT test assesses a student's educational development throughout high school in the four areas of English, mathematics, reading and science.
Hong Kong ACT Test Center Locations
The number of Hong Kong ACT test center locations vary by test date, the testing center with the most dates available is:
HKEAA San Po Kong Assessment Centre
Address: Room 202, 17 Tseuk Luk Street, San Po Kong, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Tel: (+852) 3628 8588
Fax: (+852) 3628 8291
Head to the ACT website and register now to see other available locations
ACT Regulator Information
Exam Governing Body: ACT
Office Hours (CDT): 8AM – 8PM Mon – Fri
Hong Kong Local Time: 9PM – 9AM
USA Contact Number: (+1) 319-337-1270
Email form: Contact ACT
Hong Kong ACT Test Cost 2017
Hong Kong ACT New Test Date
ACT will be introducing a new testing date from 2018, increasing their number of testing dates to 7 per year. The new July testing date will commence from 2018 with registration opening earlier in the year, precise date for this exam has yet to be confirmed.
US$ 110 ∼ HKD 850
About the LSAT
The Law School Admission Test (LSAT) is an entrance exam required for admission to most law schools. It is a multiple-choice paper-and-pencil test that is administered by the Law School Admission Council (LSAC).
Law schools consider your LSAT score along with the other components of your law school application: your GPA, the Credential Assembly Service application, letters of recommendation, and your personal statement. At many law schools, your LSAT score is weighted just as heavily (or even more heavily than) your undergraduate GPA. Overall, the higher you score on the LSAT the more options for attending law school will be available to you.
Some law schools are accepting (or are considering accepting) GRE scores in lieu of LSAT scores.
When should I take the LSAT?
The LSAT is offered 7 times a year. Schedule your LSAT test early enough that your scores will be available by your first law school application deadline. You can confirm each law program's admission policies in our law school profiles. Keep in mind that many law schools accept students on a rolling basis, so the earlier you can submit a complete application, the better.
What is on the LSAT?
There are four main LSAT sections:
Logical Reasoning (also known as Arguments)
Analytical Reasoning (also known as Logic Games)
an unscored Writing Sample (also known as the Essay)
The LSAT also includes an unscored experimental section.
How long is the LSAT?
The LSAT is 3 hours and 30 minutes long. The test consists of 99–102 multiple-choice questions. LSAT is designed so that the average test taker should not be able to comfortably complete all the questions in the time allotted.
How is the LSAT scored?
The LSAT is scored on a scale of 120 to 180 points. Because most top law schools average multiple LSAT scores, it's best to prepare as thoroughly as possible and only take the test once. Check out our guide to LSAT scores.
How do I register?
What fees are associated with the LSAT?
It costs USD$190 to take the LSAT and receive one free score report. In addition, subscription to the Credential Assembly Service (CAS) is required for application for most law schools. This subscription costs USD$195 and includes one free score report. Additional score reports cost USD$45. Waiver forms for the LSAT and CAS fees are available through LSAC and can be downloaded from the LSAC website.
How can I prepare for the LSAT?
We can help. We have LSAT prep solutions for every student and every budget.
About the SAT (II) Subject Tests
These tests measure your knowledge of high-school academic subjects. Most selective colleges and universities recommend one to three SAT Subject Tests as admissions requisites. Some colleges or universities recommend specific Subject Tests scores, so you may need to do a little investigation into the colleges you may be interested in before deciding which SAT Subject Tests to take.
What are the SAT Subject Tests and why are they important?
SAT Subject Tests are one-hour tests that focus on specific academic subjects. Many selective schools require you take at least one if not more SAT Subject Tests. Check with the admissions department of your top schools to learn more about their requirements. The best part about the Subject Tests is that in many cases you get to choose which ones you'll take, so you should pick the ones where you're strongest.
What specifically do the SAT Subject Tests examine?
It depends on the test. There are 5 content areas: Math, History, Literature, Science, and Languages. There are multiple tests in every content area except Literature.
SAT Subject Test Dates 2016/17
Future Anticipated SAT Subject Test Dates*
*All test and registration dates provided below are anticipated, unconfirmed dates, these have yet to be confirmed by the CollegeBoard and are only for use as a rough guide to help aid your college admissions planning.
SAT Test Dates 2018/19
Hong Kong ACT Test Dates 2017/18
Scores available 10 days after test date.
About the ACT
Along with the SAT, the ACT is also one of America's most widely accepted college entrance exams. The ACT test assesses a student's educational development throughout high school in the four areas of english, mathematics, reading and science. The ACT test scores in these areas assess how students are able to apply the general abilities learned in high school to college-level work. A higher ACT score gives you the opportunity to get into the school you want!
The ACT is curriculum-based and not an aptitude or an IQ test. Questions on the ACT are reflective of what students learn in high school in the areas listed above.
How the Composite ACT score is calculated
- Number of correct answers are counted (no deduction for incorrect answers) = raw score
- Raw score is converted to scale scores
- Each test score range from 1 (low) to 36 (high)
- COMPOSITE score is the average of the four tests
- Subscores range from 1 (low) to 18 (high); there is no direct relationship between your subscores and your test scores