The SAT I: Reasoning Test
The SAT Reasoning Test, a three-hour and forty-five minute test of verbal and quantitative abilities administered by the Educational Testing Service.
As a Trinity student, you will be encouraged to take it in the spring of your junior year and then possibly again in the fall of your senior year. The critical reading, quantitative and writing components of the SAT Reasoning Test are scored on the scale of 200-800 with 500 being the statistical and national mean with a composite score derived by adding these three scores. Percentiles based upon your comparative performance on a national grade level are also given but college admissions offices do not evaluate these for admission.