The key to success for any business lies in making the right decisions at the right time.
The SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admissions decisions. It is a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test administered by the College Board. The purpose of the SAT is to measure a high school student's readiness for college, and provide colleges with one common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. College admissions officers will review standardized test scores alongside your high school GPA, the classes you took in high school, letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors, extracurricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal essays. How important SAT scores are in the college application process varies from school to school.
The test consists of 2 core sections, Verbal and Math, which are individually scored on a range of 200-800 and added to form the overall score. The SAT also includes an optional essay section which allows candidates to demonstrate their writing and analytical proficiency.
Continuous assessment by way of proctored full-length tests will provide the student with a simulated test environment, which will in turn make the student better equipped to handle the stress and make her better at time management. Since vocabulary forms a key component of the SAT, especially in the Critical Reading section, one third of the time in Verbal Ability classes should be assigned for teaching and testing the students’ knowledge of words.
Detailed classes on each topic will be provided with which both analytical and mathematical skills are developed. Complete mock tests will be conducted for both SAT and SAT II to make the students feel confident and comfortable in writing the test within the given time. In-depth discussions will be accompanied by step-by-step analysis of solving each type of question. Valuable test-taking techniques will be practiced thoroughly.