SAT Live Mini Classes

Each class is only $50 or get access to all 4 for just $150.

Can’t attend these live? We also have recorded versions for just $35 each!

Session 1

What: SAT Math with a focus on Plug in Numbers, Exponents, and Basic Geometry.

Summary: You’ll learn some of the most important math strategies on the SAT. They will be useful for understanding how to solve a wide range of questions, as well as how to decipher some of the hardest questions for those looking to get top scores.

Session 2

What: SAT Reading with a focus on Sentence Completion and Reading Passages.

Summary: You’ll learn all the sentence completion and reading passage strategies necessary to do well in the critical reading section of the SAT.

Session 3

What: SAT Writing section with a focus on the most important grammar rules.

Summary: You’ll learn the most important grammar rules for the multiple choice section of the SAT writing section. We will cover rules such as subject verb agreement, subject pronoun agreement, and parallel sentence structure. Most importantly, we will cover how they show up on the SAT, which can sometimes be in very tricky ways.

Session 4

What: SAT Advanced Math

Summary: You’ll learn how to handle the hardest SAT math questions that prevent students from breaking into the top scores.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the format of the course?
Students will login via Adobe Connect to hear and see everything the instructor is writing via a virtual whiteboard. There is no additional cost to use Adobe Connect. You can test to see if Adobe Connect will work on your computer by clicking here.

What are the technical requirements to participate?
Students will be able to complete the course from any computer with an internet connection and speakers. Students can also login via tablet or smartphone with the Adobe Connect app.

Will I be able to interact with the instructor?
Yes. Students will be able to participate and ask questions via microphone or text chat.

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Check out this 2 minute preview of an SAT math class: