SAT – Scholastic Assessment Test

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SAT – Scholastic Assessment Test

Scholastics Aptitude / Assessment Test (SAT) is a standardized exam developed and published by College Board. This exam is used for admitting students in most of the colleges and universities in USA, Canada, Europe and Middle East.

SAT Overview

Scholastics Aptitude / Assessment Test (SAT) is a standardized exam developed and published by College Board. This exam is used for admitting students in most of the colleges and universities in USA, Canada, Europe and Middle East.

SAT is intended to assess students’ readiness for college. It is typically taken by high school juniors and seniors. Beyond college admissions, SAT is also used by researchers, intellectuals and by some employers in the recruitment process.

The test consists of two main sections, Verbal and Math and is three hours long.

COURSE PLAN

Online 1-on-1 Training (FLEXIBLE)

  • 60 hours Training (20 hrs. Verbal + 20 hrs. Quantitative + 20 hrs. Mock preparation)
  • All necessary study guides and materials provided
  • 6 Online (Compute-based) MOCK tests
  • Evaluate your performance
  • Guide and help you with all necessary tips / tricks and time management strategies.
  • Doubt clearing / revision sessions
  • All Time Zones
  • Duration: Flexible as per the convenience of the student
  • Days: Flexible as per the convenience of the student

Online Group / Regular Training (10 weeks)

  • 60 hours Training (20 hrs. Verbal + 20 hrs. Quantitative + 20 hrs. Mock preparation)
  • All necessary study guides and materials provided
  • 4 Online (Compute-based) MOCK tests
  • Evaluate your performance
  • Guide and help you with all necessary tips / tricks and time management strategies.
  • Doubt clearing / revision sessions
  • All Time Zones
  • Number of days per week: 3
  • Number of hours per session: 2