SAT WEEKEND PREPARATION COURSES
What is the SAT?
- The SAT (Scholastic Aptitude/Assessment Test) is a standardised admissions test initially used in US Universities. It has since been increasingly accepted in higher education institutions worldwide, including a number of top universities in Europe such as Bocconi.
- The SAT measures students’ aptitudes – their ability to apply their reason and logic to real-life situations.
- As such, to maximise your score, it is important to how to approach the different questions that may come up using your own capacity to reason.
How is the SAT Structured?
- Total: 400-1600
- Evidence-Based Reading and Writing Section: 200–800
- Math Section: 200–800
Structure & Duration
- Total: 3 hours
- Reading Test – 65 minutes, 52 questions
- Writing and Language Test – 35 minutes, 44 questions
- Math Test – two sections:
- No calculator – 25 minutes, 20 questions
- Calculator permitted – 55 minutes, 38 questions
TutorYou’s Weekend SAT Preparation Courses
This 30-hour intensive weekend SAT prep course will introduce all the possible types of questions that you may face on the SAT, and prepare you for test day The course entails a detailed introduction into the different sections of the SAT and explains how to tackle the different types of questions through practice questions guided by a top tutor.
The course is meant to be interactive, so each class will have a maximum of 5 students to facilitate communication and participation. Asking questions and interacting with your tutor and fellow classmates is strongly encouraged.
Before the course, you will be asked to do a placement test so that we can identify your strongest and weakest points, and group you with others who performed similarly, so that tutor can tailor the course to your needs. Finally, you’ll do a final practice test after the course, and you’ll receive a report from us summarising your progress and our recommendations for exam technique and subject knowledge to help guide your further individual studying.
How it Works:
Initial Placement Test
A placement test will to measure your performance and group you with other students who did similarly, enabling participation and engagement.
Classes with Small Groups
You’ll be in a group of a maximum of 5 other students that performed similarly on the placement test to facilitate communication and participation.
Dedicated Topic Sessions
Each of the topics of the exam will be tackled individually to give you the skills to excel in all of them and maximise your exam performance.
|Weekend 1||Weekend 2||Weekend 3|
|Session 1||16-17 October||23-24 October||30-31 October|
|Session 2||13-14 November||20-21 November||27-28 November|
Lessons take place on Saturday and Sunday, divided into two sessions:
Morning Session: 09:30-12:00 CET
Afternoon Session: 13:30-16:00 CET
Contact us today to sign up or ask us any questions!
Please note that TutorYou cannot guarantee a participating student getting a certain score on the SAT, the courses are intended to help students understand the exam approach and technique with their willing participation. The exam is an aptitude test, and ultimately the results will be determined by the student.