sat

Overview of SAT

The SAT tests skills such as reading, writing and math. The evidence based reading and writing test consists of a reading section and language and writing section. The mathematics section consists of two sections – one with and one without a calculator. There is an essay writing test section which is optional. There is no negative marking in the SAT and the score range for the SAT is 400-1600.

Structure

Component Time Allocated (min) Number of Questions / Task
Reading 65 52
Writing & Language 35 44
Essay (optional) 50 1
Math 80 58
Total 180 (230 with essay) 154 (155 with essay)

KGC Approach

We are dedicated to providing the best preparation services for standardized tests.

Students who prepare for SAT with us follow a systematic schedule of lectures and practice sections designed to cover all areas of the test. Our video lectures introduce the key techniques for effective test preparation, and our expert tutors are available to explain particular problem areas and to solve difficulties encountered in class work and homework.

Our program is structured yet flexible: Students proceed through the course at their own pace. The course is designed to be completed in 12 weeks, but we can arrange an accelerated or extended program.

Students complete our specially designed, timed, computer-based study units and simulated tests during class, and complete tests from the Official Guide to SAT for homework. We place particular emphasis on building a strong foundation in grammar, reasoning and reading skills, and math concepts. We also train students in effective essay writing.

To top it up, there is a series of mock tests at the end of the course. And like all other KGC services we can offer the entire SAT training course online. If you would like to avail of our coaching, please contact us.

KGC SAT PREP COURSE STRUCTURE

 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 1
Grammar Review for SAT
Video
Grammar Lecture + Handout
Video
Critical Reading Lecture
Video
Critical Reading - 1
Video
Basic Arithmetic Skills
Video
       
HOME WORK
Grammar Review
Video
Grammar Lecture
Video
Critical Reading – 2
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 1
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 2
Grammar Unit - 1
Video
Grammar Unit - 2
Video
Grammar Unit - 3
Video
Grammar Unit - 4
Video
Critical Reading - 3
Video
Critical Reading - 4
Video
Basic Algebra Methods
Video
SAT Revision Test - 1
Video
       
HOME WORK
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 2
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 3
Grammar Unit - 5
Video
Grammar Unit - 6
Video
Grammar Unit - 7
Video
Grammar Unit - 8
Video
Critical Reading - 5
Video
Critical Reading - 6
Video
Percentage
Video
Ratio
Video
SAT Revision Test - 2
Video
       
HOME WORK
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit – 3
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 4
Grammar Unit - 5
Video
Grammar Unit - 6
Video
Critical Reading - 7
Video
Critical Reading - 8
Video
Essay Video
Video
Rates Problem
Video
Averages
Video
SAT Revision Test - 3
Video
       
HOME WORK
Collegeboard
Video
Essay
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 4
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 5
Critical Reading - 9
Video
Critical Reading - 10
Video
Assorted Unit 1
Video
Assorted Unit 2
Video
Introduction to Geometry
Video
SAT Revision Test - 4
Video
       
HOME WORK
Essay
Video
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 5
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 6
Assorted Unit 3
Video
Assorted Unit 4
Video
Permutation and Combinations - Lecture
Video
       
HOME WORK
Essay
Video
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 6
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 7
Assorted Unit 5
Video
Assorted Unit 6
Video
Probability Lecture Functions
Video
SAT Revision Test – 5
Video
       
HOME WORK
Essay
Video
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantitative Unit - 7
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 8
Assorted Unit 7
Video
Assorted Unit 8
Video
Statistics
Video
Data Interpretation
Video
SAT Revision Test – 6
Video
       
HOME WORK
Essay
Video
Collegeboard
Video
SAT Quantatitive Unit – 8
Video
SAT Quantative Unit - 9
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 9
Mock Test 1
Video
SAT Quantative Unit - 10
Video
Mock Test – 1
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 2
Video
Mock Test 2
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 10
Mock Test 3
Video
Mock Test 3
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 4
Video
Mock Test 4
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 11
Mock Test 5
Video
Mock Test 5
Video
       
HOME WORK
Mock Test 6
Video
Mock Test 6
Video
 
Verbal & Analytical
Writing Review Video
 
Math
Review Video



WEEK 12
Mock Test 7
Video
Mock Test 7
Video
       
 

30 FREE TESTS

Reading TEST and KGC SAT crack tips:

Read the question and answer choices carefully. Go back to the passage and look for the evidence which supports your correct choice. Eliminate answers that seem definitely wrong and double check your answer choice. Do not spend too much time on a question which is difficult. The Collegeboard recommends that: you base your answers on a close reading and interpretation of the text and any associated graphics. Furthermore, all the information you need to answer the questions can be found in the passages themselves or in supplementary material such as graphics or footnotes. You won’t be tested on your background knowledge of the specific topics covered.

WRITING & LANGUAGE TEST AND KGC SAT CRACK TIPS:

On the Writing and Language test, you’ll be asked to step into the role of editor, identifying ways that a writer could improve the development, organization, and use of language in a passage. Expression of ideas questions require you to have a strong understanding of the passage as a whole. Proposition questions focus on the ‘big ideas’ in the passages and ask you, for instance, to add or revise thesis statements or topic sentences in order to clarify the writer’s points. Support questions get into the details of how the writer backs up the big ideas with evidence, examples and the like. This information is directly taken from CollegeBoard, the makers of the SAT.

Math and KGC SAT Crack tips:

Questions on the SAT Math Test are distributed among these three topics with 19 Heart of Algebra questions, 17 Problem Solving and Data Analysis questions, and 16 Passport to Advanced Math questions. The remaining six questions test your understanding of additional topics in math such as area, volume, circles, triangles and trigonometry. You’ll be permitted to use a calculator on one portion of the SAT Math Test, so be sure bring a calculator with you to the test. This information is directly taken from CollegeBoard, the makers of the SAT.

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