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12-week SAT Comprehensive Prep Course

  • Categories GMATGREIELTSSAT
  • Duration 100h
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update December 11, 2021

Description

COURSE SCHEDULE

DATE DAY TIME CLASS
6/20/2021 Sun 2:00-5:00 PM Test 0 – Diagnostic
6/21/2021 Mon 4:00-7:00 PM Class 1
6/23/2021 Wed 4:00-7:00 PM Class 2
6/24/2021 Thu 5:30-8:30 PM Class 3
6/28/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 4
6/30/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 5
7/1/2021 Thu 5:30-8:30 PM Class 6
7/6/2021 Tue 2:00-5:00 PM Class 7
7/7/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 8
7/8/2021 Thu 5:30-8:30 PM Class 9
7/12/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 10
7/14/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 11
7/15/2021 Thu 5:30-8:30 PM Class 12
7/17/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 1
7/19/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 13
7/21/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 14
7/24/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 2
7/26/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 15
7/28/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 16
7/31/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 3
8/2/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 17
8/4/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 18
8/7/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 4
8/9/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 19
8/11/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 20
8/14/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 5
8/16/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 21
8/18/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 22
8/21/2021 Sat Complete before 11:59 PM Test 6
8/22/2020 Sun Complete before 11:59 PM Test 7 – Final
8/23/2021 Mon 2:00-5:00 PM Class 23
8/25/2021 Wed 2:00-5:00 PM Class 24 – Final Class

Course Schedule Details

Our Comprehensive SAT course is offered over 12 weeks. Our expert instructors teach the course in an online classroom. The students take a diagnostic test before the first class to establish a baseline. There are two 3-hour classes every week. The first 6 weeks are spent learning the skills needed for the SAT. The next 6 weeks are for learning and practicing the SAT-specific skills. There are two classes a week, followed by a self-administered SAT (official college board practice test) during the weekend. Our students have improved their scores hundreds of points after taking our SAT courses.

The students take the diagnostic official practice test #1 before the first class.

Week 1

SAT Skills Class #1: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

SAT Skills Class #2: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

Week 2

SAT Skills Class #3: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Math)

SAT Skills Class #4: lessons + drills + homework (Writing + Math)

Week 3

SAT Skills Class #5: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

SAT Skills Class #6: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

Week 4

SAT Skills Class #7: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

SAT Skills Class #8: lessons + drills + homework (Writing  + Math)

Week 5

SAT Skills Class #9: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

SAT Skills Class #10: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

Week 6

SAT Skills Class #11: lessons + drills + homework (Reading + Writing + Math)

SAT Skills Class #12: lessons + drills + homework (Writing  + Math) 

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End of SAT skills lessons and drills.

The students take the diagnostic official practice test #2.

Week 7

SAT Class #13 (SAT Reading, SAT Math, and review of the diagnostic test) 

SAT Class #14 (SAT Writing, SAT Math, and review of the diagnostic test)

The students take an official practice test (#2) during the weekend.

Week 8

SAT Class #15 (Reading, Math, and review of test #2) 

SAT Class #16 (Writing, Math, and review of test #2)

The students take an official practice test (#3) during the weekend.

Week 9

SAT Class #17 ( Reading, and Math, and review of test #3) 

SAT Class #18 (Writing, and Math, and review of test #3)

The students take an official practice test (#4) during the weekend.

Week 10

SAT Class #19 ( Reading, and Math, and review of test #4) 

SAT Class #20 (Writing, and Math, and review of test #4)

The students take an official practice test (#5) during the weekend.

Week 11

SAT Class #21 ( Reading, and Math, and review of test #4) 

SAT Class #22 (Writing, and Math, and review of test #5)

The students take an official practice test (#6) during the weekend.

Week 12

SAT Class #23 ( SAT Essay and review of test #6)

The students take an official practice test (#7) before Class #12.

The instructor teaches SAT Class #24 (Math and review of test #7)

About the instructors

Reem got her start in education as an early childhood teacher at a local community center and moved on to work at Kumon where she has been for nearly 3 years. She has scored 1570 in the SAT and continues to work with high school students in preparation for the standardized exam in addition to other parts of the college application. She currently studies at Rutgers University in the School of Arts and Sciences Honors Program
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Juiena Sagir

Instructor

Juiena is a student at McGill University working towards a BS in Pharmacology. In addition to her work in teaching summer enrichment classes in Algebra II with Prep Excellence, she has been tutoring students of all backgrounds in-person and online for more than three years. Juiena enjoys working with each student's individual learning style to help them master difficult concepts and find the most strategic approach to every question.
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Malia Ahmed

Instructor

 

Malia is a freshman at Rutgers University, New Brunswick. She has scored in the 97th percentile in the SAT and has taken a number of IB, STEM, and college courses while in high school. She has been tutoring students in various subjects and the SAT for a while because she wants to help students succeed and achieve their academic short and long term goals. In her own language, "I have learned amazing teaching techniques from Dr. Alam's class. I am really excited to help students who are trying to outsmart the SAT, as I once was, so my students can become the best candidate for college that they can be!"

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Material Includes

  • Start: June 20th 2021 → Aug 25th 2021
  • Class Times: Tues/Thurs 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm EST
  • Test Day: Done at Home
  • Course Location: Live Online Classroom
  • Duration: 12 Weeks
  • Course Hours: 72 + 28
  • Instructor: Dr. Kaisar Alam

Enrolment validity: Lifetime

Requirements

  • Why should my child take an SAT course?
    A very small number of SAT takers can prepare for the test by themselves and get an amazing score. All others can improve their score significantly if they take a good SAT prep course or work with a good SAT tutor. We have designed our courses such that the students can improve their scores making the best use of their time and effort. In the past, our students have done well and increased their scores 100, 200, 300, and even 350 points.

  • How is the course structured?
    The 6-week SAT Premium course consists of twelve 3-hour classes. Before the first class, the students take a full-length diagnostic test that provides a baseline score. The class meets twice a week and the students take a self-administered test once a week that simulates the actual test. This provides the current status report and gets the students prepared for the 4-hour test. The instructor, after teaching the SAT-specific strategies, spends some time reviewing the previous full-length test. This approach has proven to be very effective in raising the students’ scores. Test 7 is given before the 12th class, which is primarily spent in reviewing test 7.

  • What are the course fees?
    Prep Excellence Premier SAT course is valued at $1,499. However, we charge a discounted rate of $999. With our coupons, this rate can be even lower!

  • Who are teaching these courses?
    Our courses are taught by top instructors who are also amazing test-takers themselves (among the top 1%). They also are experienced and highly rated teachers and/or tutors. Partly because of our rigorous instructor selection process, our students perform so well.

  • What is the best time for taking these courses?
    The COVID19 pandemic has made a lot of things unpredictable, including ACT/SAT being made optional at most US universities. Plus, many seniors have not been able to take ACT/SAT because of center closures. However, the number of closures has decreased.
    We advise that the students take the SAT as soon as possible because we have observed that the students who have started their preparation early tend to perform better. They should start preparing for the SAT in the 9th grade and become serious in the 10th grade. Some students have taken the SAT in their 10th grade and scored well. 11th graders take the PSAT/MNSQT (National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test) in October. Taking a SAT course before the PSAT (for example, during the summer) is helpful in improving the PSAT score and perhaps becoming a National Merit Finalist, which could get the student tens of thousands of dollars in scholarships.

  • Should I take the SAT or the ACT?
    Most schools accept both tests equally these days (although the percentile scores might be different). However, the design of ACT and SAT  are different. ACT tests the students on their problem-solving skills that they learned in their classes, whereas SAT tests their reasoning skills. Furthermore, SAT gives more time than ACT per question.
    As a result, students who can work fast and can focus for a long time tend to do well in the ACT. Preparing for the SAT has the added advantage that it prepares students for the PSAT/NMSQT, which can get them valuable scholarships.
    Finally, to assess whether you are better at SAT or ACT, you can take a couple of official practice tests each and see which you do better on. Then you can decide which test would suit you best.

  • Do you have a PSAT program?
    We offer a PSAT course that runs before the PSAT/NMSQT. However, you can take any of our SAT courses and prepare for the SAT. This would automatically prepare you for the PSAT. SAT; PSAT are very similar with PSAT being slightly shorter and leaving out some of the most difficult math questions. 

  • Do you provide help with college admissions?
    College admissions process is daunting for many families. We offer various college admissions services including a white glove service option.
    Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

  • Do you offer tutoring?
    We offer tutoring services for SAT/ACT test prep, high school math and science courses, etc. Our tutors are highly qualified with teaching experience and can improve the performance of their students.
    Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

  • Why are the Prep Excellence courses special?
    SAT requires different strategies compared to school courses. We have scientifically designed our classes for score maximization. Our “best in the industry” instructors teach them SAT-specific strategies that they have not been taught before. We also teach them how to identify their weaknesses and strengths and work on rectifying their weaknesses so that they become better at self-study. Our courses would motivate the students to study more and effectively. We are so confident that our courses are the best that we offer a score improvement guarantee.
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