SAT Exam Preparation

Practice Tests

Unlimited

Class Duration

64 Hours

Sessions

32

No of Weeks

16 Weeks

Course Calendar

SAT FASTRACK
COURSE (2 WEEKENDS)

8 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring 2 Mock Tests

Timing: FRI & SAT
(Fastrack Course)
03:00PM – 05:00PM

Course Fees: AED 500

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SAT FULL COURSE
(16 WEEKENDS)

64 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: FRI & SAT
(WEEKEND)
03:00PM – 05:00PM

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SAT FULL COURSE
(16 WEEKDAYS)

64 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: MON & WED
(WEEKDAY)
05:00PM – 07:00PM

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SAT FULL COURSE
INTENSIVE

64 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:(WEEKEND) 3:00PM – 5:00PM, (WEEKDAY)5:00PM – 7:00PM

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SAT MATH ONLY
(16 WEEKENDS)

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: FRI
03:00PM – 05:00PM

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SAT MATH ONLY
(16 WEEKDAYS)

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: MON
05:00PM – 07:00PM

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SAT MATH ONLY
INTENSIVE

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:FRI, 3PM – 5PM
MON, 5PM – 7PM

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SAT VERBAL ONLY
(16 WEEKENDS)

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing:SAT
03:00PM – 05:00PM

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SAT VERBAL ONLY
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32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: WED
05:00PM – 07:00PM

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SAT VERBAL ONLY
INTENSIVE

32 Hrs of Classroom Tutoring Unlimited Mock Tests

Timing: SAT 3PM – 5PM
WED, 5 PM – 7 PM

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Course Overview

What is SAT?

SAT, earlier called as Scholastic Aptitude test is a standardized test. SAT is an admissions requirement for most Under Graduate colleges in the USA.

Who Conducts SAT?

SAT is administered by College Board, a private non profit organization in USA.

Who writes SAT?

SAT is written by school students in their 11th grade (Junior) or 12th grade (Senior) for admissions into Under Graduate colleges in the USA & elsewhere across the globe.

What is the test duration of the SAT?

The time duration for SAT is usually three hours and thirty minutes inclusive of all the breaks. In the given time period, the students taking the test are supposed to complete all the four sections.

  • Reading Test – 65 minutes
  • Writing & Language Test – 35 minutes
  • Math Test (No Calculator Section) – 25 minutes
  • Math Test (Calculator Section) – 55 minutes
  • Essay – 50 minutes

How many questions are there on SAT?

A total of 80 questions are on the SAT. The examination question pattern is divided into the following sections

  • Reading Test – 52 questions
  • Writing & Language Test – 44 questions
  • Math Test (No Calculator Section) – 20 questions
  • Math Test (Calculator Section)– 38 questions
  • Essay – 1 Topic

What is the score distribution of SAT?

The score distribution of SAT in each section is as follows

  • Reading Test & Writing & Language Test – 200 – 800 with an increment of 10
  • Math Test (Calculator & No Calculator Section) – 200 – 800 with an increment of 10
  • Essay – 2 – 8, with an increment of 1

What is the General Test Structure and Time Allowed for SAT?

  • Reading Test – 52 questions, 65 minutes
  • Writing & Language Test – 44 questions, 35 minutes
  • Math Test (No Calculator Section) – 20 questions, 25 minutes
  • Math Test (Calculator Section)– 38 questions, 55 minutes
  • Essay – 1 Topic, 50 minutes

What is the question pattern?

For the SAT, the question pattern is divided as follows

  • Reading Test – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Writing & Language Test – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Math Test (No Calculator Section) – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Math Test (Calculator Section) – Multiple-choice Questions
  • Essay – Essay Writing

What are the sections of SAT?

As mentioned earlier, SAT is divided into five sections.

  • Reading Test – 5 Passages from the following topics
  • One passage from a classic or contemporary work of U.S. or world literature,
  • One passage or a pair of passages from either a U.S. founding document or a text in the Great Global Conversation they inspired,
  • One passage on economics, psychology, sociology, or some other social science,
  • Two science passages (or one passage and one passage pair) that examine foundational concepts and developments in Earth science, biology, chemistry, or physics
  • Writing & Language Test – measures a range of skills
  • Command of Evidence
  • Words in Context
  • Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science
  • Expression of Ideas
  • Standard English Conventions
  • Math Test –
  • Heart of Algebra
  • Problem Solving and Data Analysis
  • Passport to Advanced Math
  • Essay –

What is the SAT test environment?

SAT is a paper-based test.

When is the SAT score published?

Since SAT is a paper-based test, it requires time for scoring, the official test score would be available 20 days after the test date.

Can I cancel the SAT test scores after taking the test?

Yes. If you wish to cancel the test scores after writing the test, you can do it in one of the two ways –

  • At the test center, after administering the test ask the exam supervisor for a request to cancel test scores form. Fill the details with your signature and return the form to the supervisor before leaving the test center.
  • After leaving the test center, your written, signed request must be received no later than 11:59 p.m. ET on the Thursday after the test date.

Complete the SAT Request to Cancel Scores form (.pdf/92KB) or write your request. You must provide the following information to cancel your scores:

  • Test date
  • Test center number
  • Name of test you are canceling—either the SAT or SAT Subject Test(s)
  • Name, address, sex, birth date and registration number
  • Signature (required or the cancellation will not be processed)

You can’t submit cancellation requests by phone or e-mail because your signature is required.

How to send official SAT Score reports to recipient colleges?

You will be asked to designate 4 free recipient colleges for your official SAT score report until 9 days after you have administered the test. For every Additional score report recipient college, candidates will be charged a fee of $12.

Can I choose the SAT scores that should be sent to the colleges?

Yes. SAT provides the option to choose from one or many of the test taken as you like from the past tests administered. Keep in mind that some of the under graduate colleges and certain scholarship programs require students to send all their SAT scores.

How long is SAT score valid?

SAT score is valid for five years.

How many times is the SAT administered in a year?

SAT is a paper-based test administered 4 times in a year in the UAE.

Eligibility criteria for SAT?

School students planning to study in the Under Graduate colleges across USA & UAE write the SAT. Even some of the Under Graduate colleges from many other countries have started accepting SAT score for admissions.

Age is no bar

Not all universities require SAT scores for admissions. Candidates should check with the rules and guidelines of the university to understand their requirement.

When should I write the SAT test?

There is no specific time for writing the SAT test. The School students can take it during their 11th grade (Junior) or 12th grade (Senior) to apply for Under Graduate program. Students should plan to take their SAT test at least 3 months before the application due dates. If you add another minimum duration of 3 months for SAT preparation, one should start his/her SAT preparation at least 6 months before the application deadline.

How many times can the candidate take SAT?

In a span of one year, the student is entitled to take SAT four times.

What are the benefits of SAT?

Most of the reputed Under Graduate colleges in the USA and around the world consider the SAT score as a mandatory requirement in the admissions process. This test enables the Under Graduate school to assess the Analytical, Verbal & Quantitative ability of the candidates applying. Apart from that, good SAT score also helps a student have a better chance of earning scholarships.

What is the SAT Exams Fees Structure?

  • SAT (without essay) – $47.5
  • SAT (with essay) – $64.5

Apart from this, the students may need to pay additional charges in the following cases

  • Late registration fee – $29
  • Change Fee – $29

How to register for SAT?

Interested candidates may register for SAT through the mail, phone, fax and even online. The candidate may follow the online registration process –

  • The candidate should create an account in the college board website
  • Complete the registration form
  • Select the Date and Location for Test
  • Make a payment of $47.5 for SAT (without essay) or $64.5 for SAT (with essay) as registration charge for SAT Test

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Course Syllabus

Algebra

a) Number Properties
b) Algebraic Expressions
c) Inequalities
d) Systems of Equations
e) The Slope of a Straight Line
f) Linear Functions
g) Quadrants on the Coordinate Plane
h) Word Problems

Problem Solving & Data Analysis

a) Average, Time – speed – Distance, Work – Rate – Time
b) Proportions & Variations, Ratios, Percentages, Growth & Decay, and Sequences
c) Charts, Graphs & Data Analysis ( Scatterplot, Line Graph, Bar Graph, Two-Way Table, Data Collection, Confidence Interval & Margin of Error)
d) Statistics (Mean, Median, Mode, Range, Standard Deviation, Probability)

Geometry

a) Lines, Angles,
b) Triangles, Quadrilaterals, and Polygons
c) Circles, Arcs, Sectors, and Radian Measure
d) 3D shapes – Volumes & Surface Area
e) Trigonometry
f) Complex Numbers

Advanced Topics in Math

a) Polynomials
b) Radicals
c) Exponents
d) The Graph of a Quadratic Function
e) Working with Zeroes
f) Odd/Even, Compound Functions, Forms of Equations, Transformation of Graphs, Graphs of Sine and Cosine

Part 1: STRUCTURING SENTENCES

Sec A: Clauses
Sec B: Phrases
Sec C: Verb Tense
Sec D: Mood & Voice
Sec E: Comparing & Listing
Sec F: In-Sentence Puctuation

Part 2: CORRECTING GRAMMAR MISTAKES

Sec G: Subject-Verb Agreement
Sec H: Pronouns
Sec I: Commonly Confused Words
Sec J: Additional Topics

Part 3: IMPROVING STYLE & STRUCTURE

Sec K: Development & Organization
Sec L: Concision, Style & Syntax

Section A: VOCABULARY

1) Words in Context

Section B: TEXTUAL ANALYSIS

2) Inferences, Implications and Suggestions
3) Summaries
4) Analogies
5)Citations

Section C: AUTHOR ANALYSIS

6) Purpose
7) Organization
8) Tone and Attitude

Section D: SYNTHESIS

9) Graphics and Text Synthesis
10) Multiple Test Synthesis

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