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SAT Prep A (4 weeks) - Summer 2024

6/24 - 7/19 No class 7/4 or 7/5 Mon-Fri, 10AM - 12:30PM, 6PM - 8PM

  • Starts Jun 24
  • 2,058 US dollars
  • Online

Available spots


Service Description

Taught by experienced teachers with 20 years of experience. Student feedback: The math section has proven useful in helping cover potential SAT questions and has been great in improving my math skills. I liked how we were given ample time to try to rework what we got wrong, and how we were able to express any questions we had without being put on the spot. I thought it was very well paced and useful, actually learning the logic behind all the grammar structures I instinctively knew has helped me more confident about my answer choices. I thought the grammar portion was done really well, I found it to be very informative and well-planned. Thank you for taking the time to explain each subject thoroughly, it is very appreciated. Strengthening reading and writing ability: 1. Practical and personalized teaching, resulting in a systematic strengthening of students’ SAT reading, writing, and testing abilities 2. Vocabulary Development: Understanding how to identify the different meanings of a word based on context, promoting a thorough understanding of the parts of speech and their usage, and exploring the impact of slang on the written word 3. Grammar and Writing: Professional training for grammar usage to avoid frequently-made writing mistakes, especially the issue of misplaced modifiers in the SAT. 4. Logical Debate: Improving students’ logical reasoning and argumentation helps students understand the structures and arguments often seen in SAT reading sections. 5. Using questions from the SAT test to teach students allows them to practice test-taking strategies before their test day. Strengthening quantitative abilities: 1. Familiarizing students with the structure of questions and test sections, introducing targeted studying strategies, and instructing students how best to use their time both during the test and while preparing for it 2. Analyzing internal logic of the question in order to answer questions strategically 3. By taking knowledge the student has already acquired and explaining how best to use it in the context of the test, we strengthen their day-of testing abilities 4. Spark students’ interest in mathematics and reduce testing anxiety by reducing “math phobia.” Daily Schedule 10AM - 12:30PM: Reading & Writing 6PM - 8PM: Math


Upcoming Sessions


Contact Details

703-870-3766

veritasedu@uscecc.org

8292d Old Courthouse Road, Vienna, VA 22182, USA


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