SAT COURSE – Virtual
- Virtual courses held on Microsoft Teams.
- Taught by 800 SAT Centers teachers.
- Virtual course will begin on 2/1/2021 and end on 11/2/2021
- Course is 30 hours long, covering the entire material of the exam according to the College Board syllabus.
- Class Schedule will be available two days prior to course start date. (It depends on your countries time zone)
- Study Guide will be given FREE with any virtual course purchased.
- Study guide will remain in your profile ONLY until course is over.
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- Tutorial on how to use Microsoft teams.
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SECTION 1: READING
The Reading Test is considered the first section in the SAT Test. This section is consisted of 5 reading passages that cover various topics with 52 questions to be completed within 65 minutes.
- Lecture1.1 1.1 Reading Test Passages
- Lecture1.2 1.2 Rhetoric
- Lecture1.3 1.3 Words in Context
- Quiz1.1 1.2 and 1.3 Practice 5 questions
- Lecture1.4 1.4 Command of Evidence
- Quiz1.2 1.4 Practice 5 questions
- Lecture1.5 1.5 Command of Evidence: Figures, graphs, and charts
- Quiz1.3 1.5 Practice 5 questions
- Quiz1.4 Section 1 Full Practice 10 questions
SECTION 2: WRITING AND LANGUAGE TEST
The SAT Writing and Language Test asks you to be an editor and improve passages that were written especially for the test—and that include deliberate errors.When you take the Writing and Language Test, you’ll do three things that people do all the time when they write and edit: Read. Find mistakes and weaknesses. Fix them.What the Writing and Language Test Measures Questions on the Writing and Language Test measure a range of skills. Command of Evidence Questions that test command of evidence ask you to improve the way passages develop information and ideas. For instance, you might choose an answer that sharpens an argumentative claim or adds a relevant supporting detail. Words in Context Some questions ask you to improve word choice. You’ll need to choose the best words to use based on the text surrounding them. Your goal will be to make a passage more precise or concise, or to improve syntax, style, or tone. Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science You’ll be asked to read passages about topics in history, social studies, and science with a critical eye and make editorial decisions that improve them. Expression of Ideas Some questions ask about a passage’s organization and its impact. For instance, you will be asked which words or structural changes improve how well it makes its point and how well its sentences and paragraphs work together. Standard English Conventions This is about the building blocks of writing: sentence structure, usage, and punctuation. You’ll be asked to change words, clauses, sentences, and punctuation. Some topics covered include verb tense, parallel construction, subject-verb agreement, and comma use.
- Lecture2.1 2.1 TOPIC 1
- Quiz2.1 2.1 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.2 2.2 TOPIC 2
- Quiz2.2 2.2 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.3 2.3 TOPIC 3
- Quiz2.3 2.3 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.4 2.4 TOPIC 4
- Quiz2.4 2.4 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.5 2.5 TOPIC 5
- Quiz2.5 2.5 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.6 2.6 TOPIC 6
- Quiz2.6 2.6 Practice 4 questions
- Lecture2.7 2.7 TOPIC 7
- Quiz2.7 2.7 Practice 5 questions
- Lecture2.8 2.8 TOPIC 8
- Quiz2.8 2.8 Practice 5 questions
- Lecture2.9 2.9 TOPIC 9
- Quiz2.9 2.9 Practice 5 questions
- Quiz2.10 Section 2 Full Practice 44 questions
The Math Section in SAT Test consists of 2 sections: Section 3 & Section 4. Section 3 is 20 questions that should be completed in 25 minutes as the calculator is not permitted, while Section 4 is 38 questions that should be completed in 55 minutes as the calculator is permitted.
- Lecture3.1 TOPIC 1
- Lecture3.2 TOPIC 2
- Lecture3.3 TOPIC 3
- Lecture3.4 TOPIC 4
- Quiz3.1 Practice 1 (No-Calculator) 10 questions
- Quiz3.2 Practice 1 (Calculator Permitted) 13 questions
- Lecture3.5 TOPIC 5
- Lecture3.6 TOPIC 6
- Lecture3.7 TOPIC 7
- Quiz3.3 Practice 2 (No-Calculator) 18 questions
- Quiz3.4 Practice 2 (Calculator Permitted) 16 questions
- Lecture3.8 TOPIC 8
- Lecture3.9 TOPIC 9
- Quiz3.5 Practice 3 (No-Calculator) 13 questions
- Quiz3.6 Practice 3 (Calculator Permitted) 11 questions
- Lecture3.10 TOPIC 10
- Lecture3.11 TOPIC 11
- Lecture3.12 TOPIC 12
- Lecture3.13 TOPIC 13
- Quiz3.7 Practice 4 (No-Calculator) 11 questions
- Quiz3.8 Practice 4 (Calculator Permitted) 18 questions
- Lecture3.14 TOPIC 14
- Lecture3.15 TOPIC 15
- Lecture3.16 TOPIC 16
- Lecture3.17 TOPIC 17
- Lecture3.18 TOPIC 18
- Lecture3.19 TOPIC 19
- Lecture3.20 TOPIC 20
- Quiz3.9 Practice 5 (No-Calculator) 7 questions
- Quiz3.10 Practice 5 (Calculator Permitted) 13 questions
Quiz3.11 Practice 6 (Calculator Permitted) 18 questions
- Lectures 1
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 30 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 30
- Assessments Yes