The English(E) and Math(M) components of the exam are the first two sections that students will face on the real day of the test. For that reason and because these are the two more fact-based sections of the test, we have coupled these two areas in one class. During this session, key facts and clear patterns will be thoroughly reviewed and dissected.
The Reading(R) and Science(S) components of the exam are the third and fourth sections that students will face on the real day of the test. These two areas are primarily execution-based, meaning that they are not about simply memorizing specific facts. During this session, students will dive right into exercises that directly parallel the realities of test day.
The third and fourth sections of the newly revamped SAT will both be the Math component of the exam. Those two sections will be combined and receive an overall score out of 800. During this session, students will review a wide range of facts. But just as importantly, key test taking strategies will be delineated to ensure that all contingencies are prepared for.
The first two sections of the newly revamped SAT are the Reading and Writing components. Since these two parts are merging into one overall score out of 800, it only made sense for us to join them together in one class. During this session, students will learn to identify key aspects of Reading questions, and they will be exposed to a wide array of grammar rules and patterns within the SAT.