All applicants who wish to study in the USA must pass the SAT test (Scholastic Achievement Test), a test which evaluates subject-specific knowledge. Elab runs workshops with well-qualified tutors. Workshops are held at weekends and run for 16 sessions of 6 hours each. The aim of these workshops is to ensure that applicants pass the test with a score at least 20% higher than originally projected.
Outline of the programme
SAT is a written examination made up of four sections:
reading – comprehension
writing – grammar and usage
mathematics – algebra, problem solving, data analysis, passport to advanced math, geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus
The entire test, including the optional essay, lasts 3 hours and 50 minutes.
The top score achievable in the main SAT is 1600 points, and admission to the top tier US universities hinges on gaining over 1500 points. Lower ranked universities, whilst still excellent options, will naturally take lower scores.
Our lecturers and mentors work closely with our students over the programme to ensure they are well-prepared for sitting the SAT test and score as high as possible to increase their university choices.
Elab’s courses are structured as follows (a more detailed plan is available on enrolment):
- Introduction – Morrisby Diagnostic Tests and summary findings.
- Core course – Workshops 1-7.
- Mid-course test and review of scores – Workshop 8.
- Advanced SAT – Workshops 9-14.
- Final Test, scoring, review and course close – Workshop 15.
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