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Vijaybhoomi Scholastic Aptitude Test

Vijaybhoomi Scholastic Aptitude Test

VSAT is aimed at assessing your scholastic competence and your fit in an area of study at Vijaybhoomi. The VSAT has two parts. Part A assesses your scholastic ability in three areas, namely, Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Ability and Comprehension, and Logical and Analytical Reasoning Ability. A total of 75 multiple-choice questions are provided in Part A.

Part B provides your questions which assess your understanding in a particular area of study such as business, law, design and data science. A candidate is required to answer two descriptive type questions in an area of study chosen by a student.

For detailed information, please visit www.vijaybhoomi.edu.in

Scheduling

Exam appointments may be made in advance or on the day you wish to test, subject to availability. The exam/appointment testing time limit noted on Pearson VUE web pages reflects the total appointment time, including an NDA, exam time, and survey.

Vijaybhoomi Scholastic Aptitude Test and Exam Preparation

Students are advised to make use of preparatory material available for College Board SAT.

Vijaybhoomi Scholastic Aptitude Test Program Agreement

Prior to starting a VSAT exam, you will be asked to agree to the terms and conditions of the Vijaybhomi University Certification Program Agreement.

Exam Retake Policy

If you obtain less than fifty percent marks, you may be advised to retake the VSAT.

Last updated 2020-04-22