Every year millions of people take the SAT exam for admissions to colleges and universities worldwide. This exam has become a key mechanism in determining who goes to what colleges and universities. So, take the SAT seriously.The SAT exam has a particular style of asking questions that you’ll want to become closely familiar with. Thus, each section has its own distinct set of question types and formats that you will face on test day.
The test is divided into:
- Evidence-based Reading and Writing section (EBRW)
- Math section (with or without calculator)
- Optional Essay section
Evidence-based Reading and Writing refers to the Reading section and Writing and Language section together. You’ll get one EBRW score between 200 and 800 that makes up half of your total SAT score.
Both of these sections require their own approach to prep. Reading asks about reading comprehension, while Writing asks you to be an editor and fix mistakes in grammar, organization, and punctuation.
They’re all passage-based and emphasise command of evidence, an understanding of words in context, the ability to interpret data, and, of course, your overall English language skills. In this course, you will learn how to master Writing & Language section of the SAT as well as the Reading part.You will learn how to connect the passage, questions, and answers in order to pick the right answer every time.
The Math Section focus on algebra, solving equations, and data interpretation from tables and graphs. The SAT math section at first might seem daunting, however, it is very learnable. In this course you will find a thorough analysis of SAT math and where we introduce numerous analytic techniques that will help you immensely, not only on the SAT but in college as well.
All you need to complete this course is a determination to succeed and a simulation of each section. This course will provide you with practice modules that offer very exam-like questions, including detailed explanations for all the answers
So, whether you’re new to the SAT or have done it before, we hope you’ll find this course helpful with smart strategies to prepare for your exam!
Who is the target audience?
- Students planning to sit the SAT
- Students that want to significantly improve their SAT skills within short time
- Students who want to score high on the SAT