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SAT

“I am no genius. I attended urban public schools in nation’s worst school district with a 40% dropout rate, and was clueless about standardized tests. But through focused preparation, I was able to raise my SAT score from average to perfect!”-  Perfect Score SAT student.

SAT has some intrinsic features that really trick the students. Through focused preparation and proper training anyone can crack SAT successfully.

The basic requirements are:

  • motivation
  • mastering the subject
  • practicing with appropriate questions
  • employing some tips and tricks
  • proper time management.

When one answer turns wrong, find out where you went wrong.

You miss an answer for many reasons:

  • Need to comprehend the concept thoroughly

Our specialized tutors approach each concept in a more convincing way by blending it with SAT questions and registering the concept deep in memory.

  • Confusing questions

The remedial approach that we follow identifies the root cause of the confusion and helps to avoid repeating the same mistakes.

  • Tensed approach

Unwanted tension is the villain behind the poor score of many candidates. Our real-time practice tests, routine feedback, and tips on proper time management make you confident enough to have a careEnroll Now test atmosphere.

As strength and weakness differ from student to student, every student needs a customized plan tailored for him.

“One-on-one classes, a customized lesson plan, a specialist tutor, and a well-planned and systematic way of practice help you to crack the SAT for a competitive score.”

Identify the score requirement of your preferred college. Aim that specific score target. Let’s focus on a preparation blending all these attributes together that makes the distance between you and your dream college less.

The redesigned SAT

The College Board has announced the launch of new SAT from March 2016 onwards.

The major changes are:

  • No obscure vocabulary as the College Board website says, “No longer will students use flashcards to memorize obscure words, only to forget them the minute they put their test pencils down.”
  • Fewer answer choices; 4 rather than 5
  • 16 fewer questions than the current version
  • Total score 1,600 instead of 2,400
  • More time per section
  • No penalty for wrong answers
  • Essay turned optional and the time allotted is doubled

Register immediately for a Enroll Now demo on the redesigned SAT.

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