SAT

You can start your journey towards obtaining a degree from top-notch universities in the world, surprisingly; however, there is no age limit or minimum qualification.

SAT is made available world-wide to all persons, regardless of age, gender, nationality or religion. Typically, in the US students take their SAT exam at the junior or senior high school (grades 11 or 12) roughly at the age of around 17 to 18 years. However, it is not recommended to the person under 16 years of age. Your SAT score functions as a yard-stick for the top universities to determine your intelligence quotient (IQ).

University Old SAT Score Range Projected New SAT Score Range
Brown 2000 – 2300 1410 – 1570
Cornell 1970 – 2270 1390 – 1550
Columbia 2090 – 2350 1460 – 1580
Dartmouth 2050 – 2340 1440 – 1580
Harvard 2130 – 2400 1480 – 1600
University of Pennsylvania 2050 – 2330 1440 – 1570
Princeton 2100 – 2400 1470 – 1600
Yale 2120 – 2390 1480 – 1600

*However, some institutions accept lower scores depending on the percentile system

A solid foundation in English Grammar and Diction for Evidence Based Reading and Writing.

Proficient use of communication skills; to substantiate lexical resource, Coherence and Cohesion.

Analytical and Problem solving skills in Mathematics.

To use English language more proficiently by learning skills and techniques such as; critical writing, skim-reading, understanding inferences and meaning in contexts. Moreover, these skills, efficiently adopted, could produce results in your own studies and career, where all your objectives will come to fruition and all your dreams come true. Besides, your SAT score functions as a measure for the top universities to determine your intelligence quotient (IQ).

WHAT IF YOU HAVE A BACHELORS DEGREE

You can join us by any means, irregardless of a degree or qualification. Moreover, the standard of education in your respective country does not hold sway over your registration in the SAT exams.

Infact, a degree from a fine university or the use of English and Mathematics in the curriculum could give you an edge over other students from moderately recognized institutions.

WHAT IF YOU DON’T HAVE THE QUALIFICATION OR ENGLISH PROFICIENCY WE ASK FOR

You can still be a part of our training program, however, you’ll start your journey at our ENGLISH AND MATH FOUNDATION COURSE where you’ll be taught in consonance with the beginner’s or intermediate approach from the trainer, then, subsequently, you will be transferred to our standard SAT training program.

To put emphasis on reasoning alongside a clearer, stronger focus on the knowledge, skills and understandings this is more important for college and career readiness along the lines of Study Board USA.

To hone their analysis, comprehension, inferring, cohesion, coherence and problem solving skills in the use of English Language and Mathematics.

Eventually, to equip them with all the necessary tools to arrive and thrive in the leading institutions of the world.

Upon successful completion of the course; candidate should be able to:

A) Should be able to respond appropriately and coherently by using a wide range of grammatical structures, lexical resource and logical reasoning.

B) Read manuscripts in English thoroughly, and with much less effort and time consumption. Furthermore, respond to analytical and critical questions quickly and accurately.

C) Write in a more formal, purposeful, logical and rational way. Moreover, to present an argument, a point of view or a problem in a more coherent and cohesive manner.

Section Test Duration Number of Questions
Evidence-Based Reading and Writing

Reading

Writing and Language

65 Minutes

35 Minutes

52

44

Mathematics

Math (Calculator Allowed)

Math (Calculator not Allowed)

25 Minutes

55 Minutes

20

38

Total Time and Questions 230 Minutes 154 Questions
Essay (optional) Writing 50 Minutes 1 Task

 

SAT READING

  • Reading skills; skimming, Scanning and Reading in detail.
  • Reading Sub-Skills; Context Clue, Inferring Meaning and Prediction
  • Common mistakes in reading articles, research and advertisements
  • Types of passages in IELTS reading
  • Understanding implied meaning and inferences
  • Critical and Sentence-level reading.
  • Tips and techniques related to all types of questions
  • READ to LEAD
  • Exam-day Strategy: How to counter stress, anxiety and confusion.

SAT WRITING

  • Tried and tested writing technique
  • How to plan an essay, a report or a letter
  • How to develop a logical argument, state an opinion or discuss about a problem
  • Paragraphing and organization in IELTS writing
  • Use of cohesive devices
  • Passive voice and conditionals
  • Writing tips for students having problems
  • READ to WRITE!!
  • Exam-day Strategy: How to counter stress, anxiety and confusion.

SAT MATHEMATICS Analytical and Problem Solving

  • Numbers and Operations
  • Arithmetic Word Problems
  • Use of Calculators
  • Algebra and Functions
  • Geometry and Measurement
  • Data analysis, Statistics and Probability
  • Exam-day Strategy: How to counter stress, anxiety and confusion.

I.    Mock exams of individual modules

II.   Surprise tests and Quick Quizzes

III.  Demo practice sessions and drills

IV.  Grand Mock Exam (all modules) with band designation

V.   Revision classes for under-performers

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