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What is the SAT?

The SAT is a standardized test used by American universities to assess students’ readiness for college. It is developed and published by the College Board. The SAT is designed to test fundamental math, reading, and writing skills that students learn in high school. The SAT is offered worldwide multiple times every year, and students can choose to take it multiple times and report their highest score to colleges. It is taken by more than 2.2 million students annually. Scores are adjusted to be comparable across test sessions.

The SAT has four components: the Reading Test, the Writing and Language Test, the Math Test, and the optional SAT Essay. Students taking the SAT receive a score on 10-point intervals between 400 and 1600: 800 points for the Reading and Writing sections together, and 800 points for the Math section. The average SAT score is 1059/1600. The Essay section is scored separately from the rest of the test.

Why choose online tuitions for SAT test prep?

Online tuitions aren’t just an alternative to normal tuitions—in many ways, they are superior to face-to-face classes. Here are some reasons why you should consider online SAT tuitions for your child:

Personalization

online tuitions allows for small groups, which means that your child will get the personal attention that they need to succeed in the SAT.

No commute

why should you waste time driving your child through traffic to get to classes on time? Both you and your child have busy lives—with online tuitions, it takes seconds to log-in to SAT classes from the comfort of your home.

Learn from the best

with face-to-face SAT classes, you need to find a tutor geographically close to you. There is no such limitation for online tuitions—your tutor could be on the other side of the world! This means that you get to choose from many more tutors and organizations. You can compare and choose the best, and switch easily if you need to. Especially if you are in an area where there are few in-person tuition options for SAT, this means that you now get to pick from the best of the best.

Always available

a lot of things can derail face-to-face SAT tuitions: bad weather, problems commuting, a pandemic… Online tuitions, however, are much more reliable.

Flexibility

online tuitions in SAT offers much greater flexibility with when you have your classes. Most tutors are happy to schedule classes at a time that best works for your child, and can also be available on short-notice before the exam if required.

Why choose Tychr for SAT Coaching Classes?

Out of all the online tuition options, what makes Tychr the best for SAT? These are some reasons

We have over 9 years and 10,000 hours of teaching experience. Tychr has been doing online tuitions before they were cool, and we know exactly how to use technology to best help your child succeed at SAT.

Small study groups mean that your child can go at their own pace and get individual attention to their strengths and weaknesses, while also enjoying the benefits of group learning.

T.E.S.T.: our unique teaching style uses a proven strategy of Theoretical framework, Explanatory videos, Strengthening concepts and Time-bound tests to help your child crack the SAT and get into their dream U.S. college.

Tychr is also live and interactive. Relying solely on recorded videos can become monotonous and impersonal. Therefore, Tychr uses real-time monitoring, assessment, and feedback to keep our SAT students engaged and active.

Most importantly, at Tychr, students learn in an environment of support and success. We help your child set realistic targets and achieve them. We build your child’s confidence and self-esteem through positive relationships with teachers and peers.

Our Proven T.E.S.T. Methodology

Like all our online tuitions, our SAT course follows our proven T.E.S.T. Methodology. For the SAT, this means

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FAQs – SAT Tuition Classes

The SAT is a widely accepted standardized college admission test that helps Colleges assess your academic ability and potential in comparison with the rest of the applicants in your graduating class across the world.

The SAT exam can be taken before or after finishing highschool. If it is being taken before the school year ends, the student can attempt the SAT exam in their Grade 11 or 12.

The SAT is out of a total of 1600 points.

  • Evidence based reading + writing: 400 points each for a total of 800
  • Math section is scored out of 800 points.

It is very important to relax and get a good night’s sleep the day before the test day so you are fresh in the morning. It is always wise to organize everything that you need including your calculators, batteries, admission tickets, etc the night before so you don’t end up cramming at the last minute. On the test day, wake up early and have a nice and healthy breakfast and aim to reach the test site in advance to avoid any last minute issues.

There are no schools as such but here are some of the best SAT prep courses for you!
● Kaplan
● The Princeton Review
● Khan Academy
● Testive
● College Prep Genius

Yes you can appear for the SATs in class 10. However, most students take up the SATs in class 11 as they feel like they need more time to prepare. If you feel like you have complete knowledge of the contents and have done well in practice papers, then feel free to take up the SATs in class 10 itself.

Some of the suggested literature for the SAT Reading is:

  • Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austin
  • Wuthering Height by Emily Bronte
  • The Awakening by Kate Chopin
  • The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane
  • The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald

SAT’s can be taken as many times as you wish. Although, it is recommended that you take it at least 2 times so you have the best score but not exceed more than 3 or 4 times.

The SAT Math section has two parts where one of them permits the use of a calculator and the other doesn’t. Additionally, SAT only allows certain types of calculators so, it is advisable to research about that before you take the test!

It was mandatory from some universities to submit the SAT score before but due to the pandemic, most universities have made the SAT’s optional. Additionally, the College Board has also discontinued SAT Subject tests.

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