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The SAT is one of the most important tests you’ll ever take. Test scores make up a huge chunk of your college admissions decisions, so it is vital to be scoring at your top level. It can be intimidating, but the good news is that anyone can learn to achieve success on this test!
We’re here to help you do just that.
We’ve gone through all four sections of the SAT with a fine-toothed comb to figure out the patterns behind the test. There are about 17 skills routinely tested on the grammar, and about 60 skills tested on the math sections. We train you in each and every skill so that you can be ready, and we show you how to easily identify which skill is being tested on each question. But that’s not all, we also teach you how to break apart the test questions into easier steps so that you won’t be fooled.
We show you how to read for detail, and how to “hack” your own brain to feel deeply interested in the material that you’re reading so that you retain more. We also show you how to map out passages so that you can locate answers quickly and effectively when you need them. You won’t find higher, more top-of-the-line training because our tutors are trained to be the best at what they do so that you can be the best at what you do.
- Strategic Foundation - We’ll build a strategy catered specifically to you. We start by assessing your strengths and weaknesses and build you a customized program.
- Essential Skills - We teach you every skill that we know will be on the test. Then we show you how they are integrated into test problems.
- Word psychology - How the SAT uses tricks in their wording to lead you to a “lure answer.” Once you learn how it works, you’ll never be fooled again.
- Deconstruction - How to break up complex problems into simpler, easier to solve pieces.
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|Section||No.Of Questions||Minutes Per Section||Content|
|Critical Reading||52 Total, Including: 19 Sentence completions 48 Passage-based reading questions||1 section – 65 Mins. Total||Reading comprehension, Contextual vocabulary and Chart analysis|
|Math (No Calculator)||20 Total, Including: 15 Multiple-choice questions 5 Student-generated responses||25 Mins. Total||Reading comprehension, Contextual vocabulary and Chart analysis|
|Math (Calculator Permitted)||38 Total, Including: 30 Multiple-choice questions 8 Student-generated responses||55 Mins. Total||Arithmetic, Algebra I and II, Functions, Planar and Coordinate geometry, and Statistics|
|Writing & Language||44 Total Contextual Paragraph-based Grammar and Construction||35 Mins. Total||Paragraph composition, Grammar and usage|
|Essay Question||1 Topical Persuasive Essay Prompt||50 Mins. Total||Ability to write persuasive essay using logic. Proper structural form, Impeccable grammar and Diverse vocabulary|