Scholastic Aptitude Test

Scholastic Aptitude Test
Scholastic Aptitude Test,
U.S. a test prepared and supervised by the College Entrance Examination Board to test the general intelligence and academic aptitude of a prospective applicant to a college. Abbr: SAT (no periods).

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