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SAT Bootcamp is a 1-day, comprehensive, 3-hour strategy-based course taught by a certified teacher with experience instructing SAT Prep courses. We advise that students begin their test prep at least 2-3 months prior to their projected testing date. Our SAT Bootcamp will make sure your student is not only well versed on the SAT Test, but will succeed! Additional practice is provided to be completed at home prior to taking the test. All materials are provided. Additional SAT assistance can be scheduled individually through one on one tutoring as needed. Class sizes are limited to maintain a small group setting.

SAT Bootcamp Focus

★ Students will develop test-taking strategies to achieve specific scores.

★ Student need and areas of support.

★ Instruction targets the ELA & Math portion of the test.

★ We focus on servicing those students within our School District who need to meet Graduation Requirements.

    SAT Bootcamp Dates​​

    2nd Semester Dates

    • January 7, 2023

    • February 4, 2023

    • March 4, 2023

    • April 1, 2023

    • May 6, 2023

    Course Cost:

    Please reach out to our Administrative Team for pricing information.

    SAT Statistics & FACTS  

    ● Test publishers show that the average SAT improvement is 60 to 70 points, on average, with studying before the next test date. Other students improve by 150 to 300 points, which is excellent.

    ● The College Board reports that 55 percent of high school juniors improved their scores when taking the test again as seniors. The average score improvement for all students retaking the SAT was 40 points. About 4 percent of retakes resulted in critical reading or mathematics score increases of 100 points or more.

    ● The new SAT is actually divided into three parts: Mathematics, Evidence-Based Reading, and Writing. Also, there is an optional essay component. The SAT Math section is 80 minutes long. The SAT reading section is 65 minutes long. The SAT Language and Writing Section are 35 Minutes long. 

    ● Students who are familiar with the assessment, have taken practice tests, understand the instructions and have engaged in thoughtful review and preparation tend to be less anxious and more successful than those who haven’t.

      SAT Test Prep Recommendations

      ➔ Decide on the score range you want to achieve based on which colleges you will apply to.

      ➔ Register for an SAT exam so you know how long you have to study.

      ➔ Set up a practice schedule with incremental SAT practice exams and study sessions.

      ➔ Stick to your plan, and get professional help by taking an SAT Bootcamp.

      ➔ Take at least one full-length SAT practice test so you are used to the timing prior to testing.

        Retake the SAT at least once so you can improve your score.

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