Prepare for the October 2nd SAT
Our 8-week class is a great choice for students who want to take the SAT test early in the Fall so as to relieve the pressure of test prep during the rigors of Junior year.
All of the instructors for this course are experienced and professional SAT instructors (minimum of 5 years of experience.) The class will cover 10 previously administered SAT tests, 21 math worksheets that cover every concept that appears on the SAT, and 18 Verbal worksheets that hones both reading and grammatical skills that the SAT consistently taps.
The classes provide students with the following crucial elements of our highly researched and systematic approach to test preparation:
40 hours of lessons with the tutors
required 21 hours of SAT exams (31.5 hours for students with extended time)
70 hours of online homework and reviews. (SAT tests and our proprietary skill building worksheets)
We also recommend between 2 and five more test that are available to you online and can be automatically scored for students to review.
There will be a pre-camp SAT test which will assess and appropriately place students. After completing the approximate 140 hours of SAT work this summer the students will be fully prepared to take the SAT exam. This class is for students who are very serious about raising their scores and are committed to following through on the course work.
Sundays (10:30am-1:00pm): August 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 & September 12, 19, 26
Wednesdays (4:30pm-7:00pm): August 4, 11, 18, 25
Wednesdays (7:00pm-9:00pm): September 1, 8, 15, 22, 29
The course cost includes all materials and the simulated test. To reserve your space, call in with your $500 deposit with the remaining balance due two weeks prior to the first day of class or pay in full online.
We require the student’s PSAT score from 10th and 11th grade, if applicable.
At this time we are offering both in-person and online classes. All in-person students will meet in the Bryn Mawr office. Spaces are limited so please register early if you are interested in attending the course in-person. If the in-person class can not run due to updated CDC Guidelines, we will advise on next steps.
All online students will attend via Zoom.
If we do not have enough students signed up for any given class then we can not run the class and we will advise on another step.