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SAT

Effective preparation of Reading section to        raise scores

Optimise maximum use of grammar skills

Strategic approach to many Practice tests

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ACT

Reach targets of tough pacing

Varied and challenging practice material

Preparation aimed for precision and success

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STL

Comprehensive overview of the test

Thorough application of literary terms in the         test

Preparation aimed for precision and success

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Standard

30 Hrs Coaching

  • Reading, Writing (English) and Essay
  • 60 minutes sessions.
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Intensive

15 Hrs Coaching

  • Reading, Writing (English) and Essay
  • 60 minutes sessions.
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SAT VS. ACT

A LOOK AT THE DIFFERENCE

Overall
  • Questions move from easy to more difficult within selection
  • 3 hours without essay
  • 3 hours, 50 minutes with essay
  • 1 minute 10 seconds per question nut difficulty level varies
  • Section scored 200-800
  • Total score out of 1600
Overall
  • Questions difficulty equal throughout
  • 2 hours, 55 minutes without essay
  • 3 hours, 50 minutes with essay
  • 55 seconds per question
  • Score from 1 - 36
  • Composite score is an average of the four sections
Graphic Literacy
  • Tested Throughout all sections of the test
  • Tests ability to review tables, data, graphs and recognize relationships
Science Reasoning
  • Seperate section. 40 Questions, 35 Minutes
  • No specific science knowledge required
  • Tests ability to review tables, data, graphs and recognize relationships
MATH
  • 58 Questions, 80 Minutes
  • Formula sheet provided
  • Approximately 60% Algebra, I, II, Pre
  • < 10% Geomtery
  • No Calculator section
  • Grid in answers
  • 2016 version had long, wordy question stems
MATH
  • 60 Questions, 60 Minutes
  • More Algebra II and triq in the latest tests
  • Includes about 25% Geometry
  • No Formula sheet provided
  • OK to use calculator throughout
Reading
  • 52 Questions, 65 Minutes
  • Five, 700-750 word passages
  • Passages are slightly more complex
  • Passage complexity varies between 9th grade and early college
Reading
  • 40 Questions, 35 Minutes
  • Four, 700-900 word passages
  • Passage complexity is at the 10th and 11th Grade Reading level
Writing & Language
  • 44 Questions, 35 Minutes
  • Grammer, Spelling, Usage, Punctuation
  • 3 hours, 50 minutes with essay
  • Question types similar to ACT
  • SAT answer choices may be more nuanced
  • Passage reading levels range from 9th grade to early college
English
  • 75 Questions, 45 Minutes
  • Grammer, Spelling, Usage, Punctuation
  • Question types similar to SAT
  • Passage at a 9th grade reading level
ESSAY
  • Optional. 50 Minutes
  • You'll be given a 650-700 word passage to read
  • The SAT doesn't care at all about your own opinion or your own arguments; it just wants you to evaluate the arguements in the passage
ESSAY
  • Optional. 40 Minutes
  • On the ACT essay, you'll be given three different perspectives on a debatable issue and be asked to evaluate them and present your own perspective

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