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|English to Italian translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: SAT's|
|this regards the US school system|
(...he got the highest SAT's in America
"SAT" stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. More commonly referred to as "the SAT's," these are an exam that every American high school student thereafter planning to attend college must first take and pass. Usually these are administered between the students' junior and senior years in high school. In Harper Collins's Italian-English Dictionary, the Italian-language definition furnished for this term is "test attitudinale per l'ammissione al college." There are several SAT's for testing aptitude in many subject areas, including at the high school level the "MSAT's" for math aptitude recognition. You'll often hear high school seniors asking one another, "Did you take (or, 'pass') your SAT's yet?!" Good luck! :-) Gary
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