The Scholastic Aptitude or Assessment Test, more commonly known as the SAT has surprisingly been in use for nearly a century now! This is a basic exam that assesses students’ skills and knowledge on the fundamentals of English and Math taught during the course of their high schooling years. Along with the ACT exam, SAT is synonymous with undergraduate program admissions into reputed colleges and universities.
By keeping in mind the key requirement of SAT exam preparation, we offer a specially designed curriculum with effective study plan that afford students a boost in confidence for the examination. Our unique tips, tricks and efficient study methods focus only on what is actually required to achieve the best score. Each student gets immense personal care with us; we ensure that your time is well utilized at Proper Choice. Our goal is to magnify the strengths of students and to offset whatever weaknesses there may be in order that they too become strengths.
SAT Test Preparation course runs over 60 hours of Training which include
- 20 Sessions(10 Verbal+ 10 Quantitative Quantitative)of each being 2 hours long
- Over 10 timed MOCK tests and their review
- On completion of every session, home work will be given and reviewed in next session
- The Course Begins with a Diagnostic Test which evaluates student’s strengths and weaknesses; thus it will allow our trainers to work for betterment of their scores
- Fully customized study plan to help each student to transform their weaknesses in to strengths
- We guarantee score enhancement as we have the trainers specialized in test preparations
Monday and Wednesday: 6 pm to 8 pm
Friday and Saturday: 10 am to 12 pm
Students can choose number of classes, number of days per week and timing according to availability of trainers
SAT TEST STRUCTURE
The test is divided in to the following main sections
Section 1: Reading Test Assesses assesses student’s Comprehension, Vocabulary and Reasoning skills. This section includes several reading passages on a range of topics such as Arts, Literature, History, Science, etc. This section has 52 Questions tested in 65 minutes
Section 2: Writing & Language Test assesses students’ revising and editing skills. It includes short passages with MCQs on identifying errors and improving English grammar and its usage. This section has 44 Questions tested in 35 minutes
Both the reading and the writing sections are scored together on a scale ranging from 200-800
Comprises of questions on basic Arithmetic Operations, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics and Probability This section tests the students’ ability to solve logical reasoning Mathematics questions and expects them to have a good grasp of the basics of mathematics.
Section 3:20 Questions tested in 25 minutes without the use of a calculator
Section 4:38 questions tested in 55 minutes in which a calculator can be used
The Math sections are tested in 80 minutes and the both sections are scored on a scale ranging from 200-800.
All questions in both Verbal & Quantitative Mathematics are Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) and combined scores of the two sections are ranging from 400 – 1600.
Essay section (Optional)
The purpose of essay is to assess your ability to analyze an author’s argument
You’ll receive three scores for the SAT Essay ranging from 2–8 points and this does not affect your main score