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Online SAT Prep Course Overview
Increase your score with our self-paced, online SAT prep course. The is based on concepts taught throughout high school, but it would be almost impossible (and unnecessary) to prepare for the by trying to review everything that was taught in grades 9 through 11. The SAT tests specific topics taught during those grades, not every topic. Our covers all of the necessary topics and strategies for answering the questions that appear on the SAT.
Knowing what concepts the SAT tests you on will save you time and help you more readily find the right answer. Most students who take the Writing and Language cold have no idea how to answer the questions. Students typically answer those questions based on “what sounds correct.” However, after completing our Writing and Language lessons, students are able to quickly identify the best way to revise a sentence since they know what to look for. This results in saved time and higher scores. The same is true for reading and .
SAT Lessons & Practice Questions
Our provides SAT lessons followed by practice problems to your knowledge and keep you engaged. We track your progress as you work through the lessons, practice problems, and sample tests to give you an updated assessment highlighting your strengths, weaknesses and areas for greatest improvement.
The SAT is used by many colleges to determine admission, placement, and scholarships. Watch our video tutorials and then try the associated practice problems. With our and explanations after each , it is like having an by your side while you prepare. After completing a , you’ll still be able to watch the again to review.
The two main topics on the SAT (English and ) are broken down into very specific , so you don’t have to watch extremely long videos just to review one specific topic. Each is made up of one or more short videos with practice questions following each video, so you practice while you learn and better retain the information by putting the strategies into practice.
Full-Length SAT Practice Tests
Get ready for the big day by taking practice SAT exams. Try to complete the in one sitting, just like on . Use the practice tests to monitor your progress and identify your weaknesses. The SAT is broken into four main sections: Reading, Writing & Language, (No Calculator) and (Calculator). Learn from your mistakes by reviewing the video explanations after each on each .
One of the most powerful features of our is our advanced SAT Assessment provides a very detailed analysis of your strengths and weakness, so you know exactly what to work on to improve your score the most. The college board and other companies provide vague assessments with terms like “Heart of Algebra” and “Stand English Conventions”, which are extremely broad categories and effectively useless for knowing what to study. Our SAT assessment provides very specific categories that match up with the names of our lessons, so you are never confused about what to study. Start the with diagnostic to get your baseline and learn your strengths and weaknesses.
Online SAT Prep & Online Tutoring
One of the ways to get the most out of your private . It is cost effective to learn the and the majority of the lessons with the online and then practice more after with a leading up to your real . A online can enhance your by working with you on the sections you need the most help with and go through another . it to follow up the with a
If you did well on the reading section but need more attention on the , for example, an can review the with you and practice more questions with you.
Preparing for the SAT & College Applications
Many colleges use the SAT as part of the admissions and scholarship criteria. Typically, the SAT is not used as the sole factor to determine admission into a college, but a higher improves chances of being accepted, can determine academic placement, and can improve the likelihood of receiving a scholarship. Most colleges post information on their websites regarding the average of their most recent freshman class.