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Online SAT® test prep classes

SAT Past Paper session starts 10th Feb '22

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Course Details

Past Paper session till the march exam
 

Upcoming SAT class

Online: 10th Feb ’22
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Why Take the SAT Prep Course with Talal?

Hello! I am Talal Ali Jan, and I will be your mentor to help you reach your target SAT score.

 

Our SAT preparation course equips students to develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills essential for scoring well in the SAT exam. No single SAT prep book in the market comprehensively covers all strategies for tackling the SAT, therefore we have compiled our own curriculum with questions that come directly from examiners.

 

Over 9 years of experience preparing students for the SAT exam, outstanding student SAT scores, and partnerships with leading schools of Pakistan (LGS, Beaconhouse, LACAS, Lahore Alma, etc) – this has been a truly rewarding journey, and now I’m thrilled to welcome you on board.

 

Ready? Let’s master the redesigned SAT!

An Unmatched Learning Experience

About the Redesigned SAT

Created by the Collegeboard, the SAT is an entrance exam used by most colleges and universities to make admission decisions.

  • Duration: 3 hours, 50 minutes

  • Sections: Math, Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, Optional Essay

  • Max Score: 800/section (Essay reported separately)

  • Test Dates: In Pakistan SAT is offered in March, May, October and December. View all upcoming SAT test dates.

  • What is the digital SAT?
    College Board, the maker of the SAT, is introducing changes to both the content of the test and how the test is administered in order to better fit the needs of students and educators. Most notably, the test will transition from being taken with paper and pencil to being administered via a digital assessment platform accessed by computer. While the transition to digital will bring a number of student- and educator-friendly changes, many important features of the SAT will stay the same. The SAT will continue to measure the knowledge and skills students are learning in school that matter most for college and career readiness. The digital SAT isn’t simply a digital version of the current paper and pencil test — it will be easier to take, more secure, and more relevant.
  • What is the format of digital SAT?
  • What is the difference between the digital SAT and the paper-and-pencil test?
    Changes have been made to both sections of the SAT in the digital version. These changes are outlined below. Digital SAT Math: Calculator use: Calculators are now allowed throughout the entire Math section. A graphing calculator is integrated into the digital test experience so that all students have access. Question word count: The average length of Math word problems has been reduced. In-context questions are still a big part of the test, but they’re not quite so wordy. Digital SAT Reading and Writing: One test for Reading and Writing: While the pencil-and-paper SAT tested reading and writing in separate test sections, the digital SAT combines these topics. Shorter passages (and more of them): Instead of reading long passages and answering multiple questions on each passage, students taking the digital SAT will encounter shorter passages, each with just one follow-up question. New question types: With a greater number and variety of passages, the digital SAT includes new types of questions, with new prompts that require new strategies.
  • What is included in the Reading and Writing section of the digital SAT?
    The Reading and Writing section of the digital SAT is designed to test students on reading comprehension, rhetoric, and language use by having students engage with academic and literary texts. Skills on the Reading and Writing test can be split into the following four categories: Information and Ideas: Use, locate, interpret, and evaluate information from various texts and infographics. Craft and Structure: Determine the meaning of high-utility academic words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make supportable connections between multiple related texts. Expression of Ideas: Use revision skills and knowledge to improve the effectiveness of written expression in order to accomplish specified rhetorical goals. Standard English Conventions: Use editing skills and knowledge to make texts conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
  • What is included in the Math section of the digital SAT?
    The Math section of the digital SAT is designed to test students on the math topics that are most important for college and career success. Those topics can be split into the following four categories: Algebra: Analyze, fluently solve, and create linear equations and inequalities, as well as analyze and fluently solve systems of equations. Advanced Math: Demonstrate attainment of skills and knowledge central for successful progression to more advanced math courses, including analyzing, fluently solving, interpreting, and creating a variety of equation types. Problem-Solving and Data Analysis: Apply quantitative reasoning about ratios, rates, and proportional relationships; understand and apply units and rates; and analyze and interpret one- and two-variable data. Geometry and Trigonometry: Solve problems that focus on perimeter, area, and volume; angles, triangles, and trigonometry; and circles. Questions on the digital SAT Math test come in two formats: Multiple-choice: Questions offer four possible choices from which students must select the answer. Student-produced response: Questions require students to produce their own answer, which they then enter into the provided field.
  • How should I start studying for the digital SAT?
    Use our comprehensive portal (Afterschool) for your practice: you will get an aple question bank exploring the different types of SAT questions, learning strategies for answering those questions, and practicing the skills those questions test. The best way to practice individual skills is to explore both the digital SAT Math course and the digital SAT Reading and Writing courses on our portal. In these courses, you can watch videos, go through byte-sized notes and ample practice material related to each topic.
What will you learn?

What will you learn?

Week 01

Introduction to the SAT | Introduction to Reading Comprehension, | Introduction to Writing

Week 04

Passport to Advanced Math, | Advanced Grammar, | Heart of Algebra

Week 07

Problem Solving and Data Analysis | Review of all the concepts | Full-length exam

Week 02

Introduction to Math – Heart of Algebra | Application of various strategies to solve questions |, Essay

Week 05

Reading – Question Types | Writing Test Review and Practice | Full-length exam

Week 08

Full-length exams

Week 03

Reading Passage Types, | Advanced Grammar, Heart of Algebra

Week 06

Passport to Advanced Math, | Advanced Grammar | Full- length exam

What you need to prepare
  • Writing – It tests your grammar, punctuation and rhetorical skills which you have already covered in middle school, if not earlier.

  • Reading – It tests your simple comprehension skills. If you are an avid reader, you have got this section on lock.

 

  • Math – Simple Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry with focus on Equations on Word Problems. It’s simple Math!

  • Essay – Analyze a 600-700 word passage and how the author built his or her argument.

Course highlights
  • Inspiring and Engaging classes

 

  • “Learning by Doing” teaching methodology

 

  • Online Assignments and Quizzes

 

  • No Need to Purchase Extra Prep Books

 

  • Private One-on-One for Everyone

  • Guaranteed Money-back if no improvement in score

  • Writing – It tests your grammar, punctuation and rhetorical skills which you have already covered in middle school, if not earlier.

  • Reading – It tests your simple comprehension skills. If you are an avid reader, you have got this section on lock.

  • Math – Simple Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry with focus on Equations on Word Problems. It’s simple Math!

  • Essay – Analyze a 600-700 word passage and how the author built his or her argument.

Digital Classroom for Millennials

We leverage smart technology to collaborate with students online and post assignments and quizzes that are electronically submitted by students and automatically graded.

Students can access their files 24/7 through their cloud-based ‘Library’.

 

A message board allows secure and open communication that is monitored and controlled by the teacher.

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