We understand the vital role that college entrance exams such as the SAT play in college
admissions. Acceptance into a student's school of choice and scholarship opportunities
can hinge on the performance on this high stake exam.
The SAT exam is recommended and required by many 2-year and 4-year colleges, universities,
and technical schools. Check with the colleges you are interested in attending for
their average test score.
Properly prepared students are more likely to perform to their highest potential after
completing a test preparation course. University Test Prep has helped over 800 students prepare
for the SAT exam. Let us assist you with meeting your goals on the exam.
Best of all? You can choose the environment that best fits your learning style and
schedule. Both of our SAT Preparation classroom and live online preparation courses
includes expert instruction, the Official Guide to the Revised SAT Guide and workbook, real SAT practice questions and tests and an easy-to-follow study plan.
Take a look at our prep courses to see which one best fits your needs. Learn more
about the new revised SAT exam and application by attending our FREE SAT Information Workshop for an introduction on how to prepare for the test or visiting About SAT & UofSC.
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Our SAT Prep Course Curriculum
Designed by expert writers, our 4-session preparation courses help you understand
the content and maximize your SAT score. All of our courses include topics covering
required test concepts, including:
Session 1 — Introduction to the SAT, General Information; Math Test Overview; Equations; Inequalities;
Session 2 — Picking numbers; Fractions; Reading
Session 3 — Exponents; Polynomials and Analytical Geometry; Writing and Language
Session 4 — Polynomials and Analytic Geometry and Trigonometry; Writing and Language
Quantitative Test topics include:
- Solution strategies, for both and for multiple choice problems
- Tips for breaking complex word problems into small, manageable parts
- Equations and inequalities
- Fractions, percentages and averages
- Rates, ratios, and proportions
- Analytic and coordinate geometry
- Euclidian geometry and trigonometry
- Review of the math concepts frequently tested on the exam
Reading and Writing Topics include:
- Punctuation and grammar
- Writing structure and organization
- Sentence completion
- Critical reading
- Reading comprehension. Answering reading comprehension questions quickly, without
reading the entire passage
- Graphical interpretation
General Topics Include:
- Introduction to the New SAT
- Question formats
- Time Management
- Solving “Multiple Right Answer” questions
- Utilizing the process of elimination
- Mastering time management skills
- Minimizing test anxiety
- Informed guessing
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