The SAT test score is one of the key considerations during US college applications. Knowing how crucial this is, our SAT programme is designed to ensure you achieve a score that stands out among admission applicants.
1:1 and Group Classes
We teach a hybrid model of solo and regular timetabled group classes (currently online). We assess the individual needs of every student and, partnering with parents, mutually decide on an appropriate course of study for the student. Our general recommendation is that students start their learning in a group class and once core theory has been understood, group sessions can be complemented with solo classes to consolidate learning and address any specific concerns.
We also offer paper marking services for this course. Having your practice papers marked will help give you a clear idea of where and how to improve. Please click here to know more.
What Will I Learn?
- Unique and proven question specific strategies
- How to read faster and retain information
- Understand the best way to approach reading each passage
- Time management
- Mastery of exam techniques
- Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills
Writing, Grammar and Language Conventions
Learn how to identify the literary devices, figures of speech, purpose of the passage or infographics. Further, get a better command over the language by learning how to improve upon passages given
Learn how to read and comprehend passages quickly as well as the the relationships between sentences
Learn how to use language correctly through writing essays. Also learn basic rules of grammar and how to apply them
Student with admission to University of Michigan
Completely transformed my odds when it came to standardised testing. Her strategies boosted my confidence and in doing so I was able to improve my English score by 60 points to achieve a 1520. I would strongly recommend her tution to anyone striving towards a TOP school in the US.
Student with admission to Georgia Tech for Engineering
The taught strategy allowed me to capitalize on the allocated time, thus maximising the number of questions I got correct. The lessons also made me recollect simple but crucial sentence structure rules that are easy to forget outside a standardised test situation.