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SAT/ACT MATH & ENGLISH
Free 90-min. diagnostic test before the course begins
Full-length practice exams at the end of the course
Summer, Fall, and Spring Sessions
July 8 - August 16
SAT Math (4-hours per week) Mondays and Wednesdays, 3:30-5:30. This course will move quicker than the 8-hour per week course; it is recommended for students who need less extensive review of topics and who want to refresh and sharpen their SAT math skills.
SAT Math (extended, 8-hours per week) Tuesdays and Thursdays, 3:45-7:45. This course will provide an in-depth review of the topics covered on the SAT Math section, and is recommended for students who would like extensive review of SAT math topics.
SAT English - Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:45-7:45. The SAT English course is designed to optimize one’s performance on the verbal subsets of both the SAT and ACT.
Fall and Spring Sessions
12-week SAT classes (both Math and English) will be offered this fall and repeated again in the Spring.
Math SAT - Sundays, 12:00-2:00; English SAT - Sundays, 2:15-4:15
The SAT Math course will cover linear equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations and inequalities, interpreting coefficients in a linear model, ratios and percents, unit conversions, quadratic functions, exponential functions, rational exponents, polynomials and rational expressions, complex number arithmetic, volume and area, right triangle trigonometry, the Pythagorean Theorem, radians, sector area and arc length, angle measures with transversals and triangles, similarity, equations of circles, scatterplots, linear and exponential models, basic inferential statistics, two-way tables, and describing measures of a data set.
The SAT English course is designed to optimize one’s performance on the verbal subsets of both the SAT and ACT. Though these tests are largely the same, there are key distinctions between them—distinctions that compliment different types of students and test takers. This course offers the opportunity for students to familiarize themselves with both tests so that they can determine which would best reflect them on the college application. To this end, students familiarize themselves with the ins and outs of each test, situating lessons in reading strategies and grammar in the context of the SAT/ACT’s standardized question and answer formats. We also focus on time management skills through a series of timed practice drills. Students take a mock SAT and ACT at the end of the course, and spend the last class reviewing their scores on each test.