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Tahsili : SAAT  (Standard Achievement Admission Test)

Tahsili offers tutoring in Scientific subject areas of Grade 12  Chemistry / Physics / Biology / Math

 

SAAT  (Standard Achievement Admission Test)

covers four basic areas :Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics. SAAT Focuses on the material of the official 3-year Scientific Curriculum of Saudi High Schools.

 

The items on the SAAT are distributed as follows 

The First year : Grade 10        20%

The Second year : Grade 11    30%

The Third year : Grade 12      50%

The SAAT consists of 110 items spread over five sections. The test includes
non-scorable trial items. The time allowed for each section is 25 minutes.

The test is given twice in one school year:

the fist trial is before the final exams for secondary school public, and the second trial is after the tests. You can only enter the test once, or enter it twice; in case you need So, the higher score will be calculated for you.

Registration for SAAT test for the first period for female students starts from April 8, 2022 until May 15, 2022

Registration for SAAT test for the first period for  male students starts from April 1, 2022 until May 15, 2022.

 

Registration for the second period test for female students starts from April 8, 2022 until June 25, 2022.

 

Registration for the second period test for male students starts from April 1, 2022 until June 25, 2022.

Qudrat : GAT (General Aptitude Test)

The GAT is a test that targets secondary school graduates who wish to pursue their studies in institutions of higher education. It measures several aspects that are related to the educational process, such as a student's analytical and deductive skills. The test is composed of two sections: verbal (language-related) and quantitative (mathematic).​

The weight allocated to GAT as an admission requirement varies from one university to another. It typically ranges between 30% and 40%, while the remaining percentage is distributed between high school GPA and SAAT, if applicable.


GAT Sections:

First: The verbal section which includes the following.

Reading comprehension: Ability to read, comprehend and analyze texts through answering questions based on the content of such texts.    .

Sentence completion: Ability to fill in the missing parts of short texts to make complete meaningful sentences using deductive and analytical abilities..

Verbal analogy: Ability to identify the relation between a pair of words given at the beginning of the test item against  a set of pairs given in the choices and determine the matching pair.

Contextual error: Ability to understand the general meaning of a sentence, and then identify the word whose meaning is not consistent with the context of the general meaning.

Relationship and difference: Ability to understand the relationship that links three choices to each other and determine the different choice, or identify the most relevant relationship from the given choices that can be linked to the beginning of the test item.

Second: The quantitative section which includes mathematical problems appropriate for the aptitude test according to high school major. It focuses on assessment, inference and problem solving skills and requires only basic knowledge. For the science major, the test items are divided as follows :

  • Arithmetic questions  36 %

  • Geometry questions 18 %

  • Algebra questions 10 %

  • Statistical and analytical questions 18 %

  • Comparison questions 18%

GAT (Arabic version): Applicants may take the Arabic version of GAT up to 5 times within Grade 11 and Grade 12 period. These attempts may be either paper-based or computerized tests. However, applicants have a maximum of 3 computerized test attempts.

 

GAT (English version): Applicants may take the English version of GAT up to 4 times in computerized test format.

Basics for SAAT

Chemistry : 5 hours

Biology : 5 hours

Physics : 5 hours

MATH : 5 hours

To Book just check Start Booking page

https://www.saattahsili.com/simpl-e-schedule

How to register for SAAT and GAT ?

Click on the link below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTsdN06OJvI

Qiyas - Login: 

https://e-services.qiyas.sa/Qiyas.TRAS.Web.Internet/

The Following Identification Documents Are Required For Admission To The Tests

Saudis

  • Males (Any of the following identification documents shall be sufficient):

  1. National ID Card

  2. Passport + copy of Family Registration Card

  3. Driving License

  • Females (Any of the following identification documents shall be sufficient):

  1. National ID Card

  2. Passport + copy of Family Registration Card

  3. Driving License

GCC Nationals (Any of the following identification documents shall be sufficient):

  1. National ID Card

  2. Passport

Non-Saudis (Any of the following identification documents shall be sufficient):

  1. Resident Identity

  2. Passport + copy of Resident Identity

Computerized Exams Locations:

https://etec.gov.sa/en/productsandservices/Qiyas/ExamsInfo/computingexam/Pages/Branches.aspx

Test Fees

Paper-based test:

  • Early registration:  100 SR

  • Late registration: 150 SR

Computerized test:

  •  150 SR

General Provisions

  • Saudi uniform is requested for the test

  • Test duration: 2 hours and 30 minutes to 3 hours

  • Using calculators during the test is not permitted

  • Using drafts is not permitted in paper-based tests

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Our Mission
 

The mission of our Center is to provide all students with a high quality education that enables them to be contributing members of a multiethnic, multicultural, pluralistic society. We seek to create an environment that achieves equity for all students and ensures that each student is a successful learner, is fully respected, and learns to respect others.

Our Vision

is to be able to not only provide a service but rather provide an opportunity, to pave a way forward for each and every one of our learners.Through our teaching guide learners to not only be able to answer the question but to rather have the ability to understand the question, in turn teaching them the ability to think.