SAT English Course focuses on the skills and knowledge at the heart of education: what you learn when you are in high school, what you need to succeed in college. This is about thinking and using information.
In fact, students have been doing this for years. It’s not about how well you’ve memorized facts and definitions, so you don’t need to use flashcards or study all night.
All SAT English Test questions are based on multiple choice and passages. Some passages are mapped to other passages. Informative graphics such as tables, graphs and charts accompany some passages. Prior knowledge of the subject has never been tested. The SAT Reading Test is part of the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section. When you take the SAT English course you will read the passages and interpret the info graphics and analyze. Then you will use what you read to find answers to your questions. Some questions ask you to find an information or an idea you have directly stated. But you need to understand what the author’s words imply. In other words, you should read between lines. The SAT Reading Test assesses your ability to read and interpret a variety of texts similar to the reading you will find in college and your career.
All of the questions on the reading test are linked to a passage, a pair of passages, or a passage with an informational graphic or two, such as tables, charts, and graphs. Each reading test consists of five passages with 10 to 11 questions each, for a total of 52 questions. One of the five sets of questions will be about two “paired” shorter passages. You will have 65 minutes to complete the reading test.
With our SAT English Course support we offer, students are expected to receive the highest score from the SAT English Test. All of our materials and trainers are certified and our trainers have many years of experience in SAT training for the exams.
160 to 180 hours
Authors: Sharon Weiner Green M.A., Ira K. Wolf Ph.D.
Authors: Beatrice S. Mikulecky and Linda Jeffries
THE CRITICAL READER
SAT MATHEMATICS: 10:30- 14:30
SAT ENGLISH: 10:30- 14:30