Scholastic Achievement Admission Test ( Arts) - Females
Achievement test for science colleges -  Females
 
Eligible test-takers
This test is for high school graduates (Scientific Section) who seek to join colleges or universities, including health education colleges (check the list of universities and institutions that require the test in the test’s booklet provided on this page)
 
Components:
The test is divided into six sections two sections dedicated to general aptitude questions, and four dedicated to educational achievement.
  • General Aptitude:

The two general aptitude section concentrate on the students capability of learning, regardless of her proficiency in a curtain subject, this is done through assessing:

    1. reading comprehension 
    2. recognizing logical relations
    3. solving problems based on  basic mathematical notions.
    4. inference skills
    5. measuring capacity
  • Educational achievement:

Questions in this section concentrates on:

    1. Biology
    2. Chemistry
    3. Physics
    4. Mathematics
    5. English Proficiency
Note: the questions include material from all three levels of high school
 
General Aptitude Questions:
  • The verbal section:

This section includes the following.

  1. Reading comprehension. Testees are required to comprehend and analyze reading passages by answering the questions given.
  2. Sentence completion.  Testees are asked to fill in the missing parts in the text to make complete meaningful sentences.
  3. Verbal analogy. Testees are required to match the  relation between a pair of words given at the beginning of the question and a pair given in the choices.

The quantitative Section

This section includes suitable mathematical problems that match General Secondary Schools Science and humanities majors. It focuses on measurements, inference and problem solving skills and requires only basic knowledge.

The General aptitude sections only requires to be accustomed to the type of questions. Please note that the basic

mathematical and geometrical concepts will be provided in the test booklet. The testee could also use the <<GAT

Student guide>> which includes explained examples, and practice tests. This guide is available in general

bookstores.

 
Educational achievement questions:
In the Educational achievement sections questions vary, some require comprehension, others require applying, or deduction.
The material cover all three years of high school studies with the following proportions:  20% first year, 30% second year, and 50% for the third year. The questions are evenly distributed on the following subjects: Biology, chemistry, physics, mathematics, and English proficiency.
 
Answering:
All questions are of multiple-choice type. An HB2 pencil type has to be used for marking the right answer. Since questions do not require much complexity, no electronic calculator is allowed during the test session.
 
Duration:
The total duration of the exam (including the instruction part of the exam) is around four hours. The three remaining hours are divided into six sections, with 30 minutes given to each section.
 
Results:
After the test is done in all cities, the answers will be scored and analyzed, as well as double checking the students information in the center HQ in Riyadh. It is expected that this process will take about five days, and the results will be posted as soon as it’s finished.
  1. Universities that require this test in the admission process, will be provided an electronic copy of the results, and you will not be required to provide a hard copy of the results.
  2. You can inquire about your result via our unified number:

(920-000-696) or through the results inquiry online page.

 
 
Achievement test for humanities colleges -  Females
 
Eligible test-takers
This test is for high school graduates (Humanities Section) who seek to join colleges and universities in the humanities field. (check the list of universities and institutions that require the test in the test’s booklet provided on this page)
 
Components:
The test is divided into six sections two sections dedicated to general aptitude questions, and four dedicated to educational achievement.
  • General Aptitude:

The two general aptitude section concentrate on the students capability of learning, regardless of her proficiency in a curtain subject, this is done through assessing:

    1. reading comprehension 
    2. recognizing logical relations
    3. solving problems based on  basic mathematical notions.
    4. inference skills
    5. measuring capacity
  • Educational achievement:

Questions in this section concentrates on:

    1. Hadith and Islamic culture.
    2. Monotheism
    3. Jurisprudence.
    4. Arabic Grammar.
    5. Rhetoric and criticism.
    6. Literature.
    7. History.
    8. Geography.
Note: the questions include material from all three levels of high school
 
General Aptitude Questions:
  • The verbal section:

This section includes the following.

    1. Reading comprehension. Testees are required to comprehend and analyze reading passages by answering the questions given.
    2. Sentence completion.  Testees are asked to fill in the missing parts in the text to make complete meaningful sentences.
    3. Verbal analogy. Testees are required to match the  relation between a pair of words given at the beginning of the question and a pair given in the choices.
  • The quantitative Section

This section includes suitable mathematical problems that match General Secondary Schools Science and humanities majors. It focuses on measurements, inference and problem solving skills and requires only basic knowledge.

The General aptitude sections only requires to be accustomed to the type of questions. Please note that the basic mathematical and geometrical concepts will be provided in the test booklet. The testee could also use the <<GAT Student guide>> which includes explained examples, and practice tests. This guide is available in general bookstores.

 
Educational achievement questions:
In the Educational achievement sections questions vary, some require comprehension, others require applying, or deduction.
The material cover all three years of high school studies with the following proportions:  20% first year, 30% second year, and 50% for the third year.
 
Answering:
All questions are of multiple-choice type. An HB2 pencil type has to be used for marking the right answer. Since questions do not require much complexity, no electronic calculator is allowed during the test session.
 
Duration:
The total duration of the exam (including the instruction part of the exam) is around four hours. The three remaining hours are divided into six sections, with 30 minutes given to each section.
 
Results:
After the test is done in all cities, the answers will be scored and analyzed, as well as double checking the students information in the center HQ in Riyadh. It is expected that this process will take about five days, and the results will be posted as soon as it’s finished.
  1. Universities that require this test in the admission process, will be provided an electronic copy of the results, and you will not be required to provide a hard copy of the results.
  2. You can inquire about your result via our unified number:

(920-000-696) or through the results inquiry online page.