All of us together are smarter than any of us alone. Attempting a problem as part of a study group enables you to benefit not only from your insights but also to learn from others. While you may want to test yourself as an individual, consider working with others on problems or, alternatively, comparing solutions aloud after each of you worked separately on the same set of questions.

Students will be provided with a test preparation course that will conclude after 12 to 15 weeks. Each week involves minimum of 6 hours in the class room learning appropriate reading, grammar, and math skills. Students are taught based upon exam material in an interactive group setting.

We discuss completed practice exams or ask questions in a smaller group setting. We invite guest speakers, including former students who obtained their desired scores so they may share their strategies. Students get real-world practice and simulated test days. These include full-length, in-class practice tests. Our adaptive approach gives you the most individualized experience possible in a classroom setting.

The following topics will be covered.

Math

  • Test Strategies
  • Linear Equations
  • Linear Inequalities
  • Linear Functions in Context
  • The relationships among Linear Equations
  • Lines in the Coordinate Plane
  • Algebraic, graphical, and contextual representations of linear equations.
  • Ratio, Proportion, Units, and Percentage
  • Interpreting Relationships Presented in Scatterplots, Graphs, Tables, and Equations
  • Tables, bar graph, histogram, line graph
  • Operations with Polynomials and Rewriting Expressions; Quadratic Functions and Equations
  • Exponential Functions, Equations, and Expressions and Radicals
  • Relationships Between Algebraic and Graphical Representations of Functions
  • Function Notation
  • Analyzing Complex Equations in Context
  • Application and understanding of key concepts in geometry.
  • Coordinate Geometry; Trigonometry and Radians; Complex Numbers

Reading

  • Test Strategies
  • Central Idea and Evidence
  • Author’s Purpose and Perspective
  • Word Choice and Words in Context
  • Synthesis and Paired Passages
  • Quantitative Texts
  • Text Structures
  • Relationships


Writing and Language

  • Test Strategies
  • Development and Evidence
  • Organization
  • Conventions and Sentence Formation
  • Conventions of Usage
  • Quantitative Texts
  • Effective Language Use
  • Punctuation

Essay – Thesis writing

Enrolling for Summer SAT Classes:

Classes begin on: June 14th, 2020
Saturdays, from 2 PM – 5 PM (May vary based on student’s requirements)
Sundays, from 2 PM – 5 PM (May vary based on student’s requirements)
Classes end on: Aug 30th, 2020
Note: Class timings may change

Price:$1250 if paid in full

Payment Plans:
$500 Initial payment
$425 Second payment
$425 Third payment
Total: $1350

Due to Covid-19, all classes are offered via online.
For more information please email to subra@valleyrancheducation.com