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We are the official coaching partner of premier schools across cities, such as Mumbai, Pune, Lonavala, Bangalore and Guwahati in India for PSAT® and SAT®.
SAT One on One Program Features
Instructors’ Contact Hours
- 36 hours (18 sessions of 2 hours each) of coaching with instructors to learn concepts, strategies, and applications
- 10 hours of one-on-one doubt-solving with instructors
- 10 hours of mock tests analysis with instructors before the actual test
- Specialized instructors for Reading and Writing, and Math sections
Exhaustive Study Material
- 4 concepts and practice books on Reading and Writing, and Math
- Topic-wise assessments
- 20 sectional tests
- 10 full-length mocks to simulate the real test experience
- Diagnostic test
- Personalized study plan
- Individual student progress record
- Assistance in the test registration
- Program orientation
- Mentor support- a single point of contact between the student/parent/s and instructors
- Pre-recorded video sessions for missed classes
- Inspirus Student Learning Portal (iSLP) to access all learning materials
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The Digital SAT is an entrance test for students seeking admission to undergraduate programs abroad, especially in the US, Canada, and Singapore. Many universities in India also accept SAT scores.
Earlier the full form of the SAT used to be the Scholastic Aptitude Test. Later it came to be called the Scholastic Assessment Test. However, now the SAT does not specifically have a full form attached to it.
The SAT is wholly owned, developed, and published by the College Board, a private, not-for-profit organization in the United States.
- The SAT scales the Reading, Writing, and Math skills of the student. These are the skills that matter most for the college and career readiness of the student. Thus, preparing for the SAT itself is a good exercise that prepares the student for higher education and career.
- The SAT helps the student get feedback on his/her knowledge in the said areas as the SAT score gives the student his/her academic standing on a global level.
- Moreover, the SAT scores are often used as an admissions requirement and can be submitted as part of the application package.
- A good SAT score strengthens the student’s profile and significantly improves the chances of getting admission to his/her university of choice for the stream sought.
- Finally, scholarships and tuition fee waivers can be won by students with good SAT scores.
Technically, SAT scores are valid forever, which means they do not have an expiry date, but many universities do not accept scores that are older than five years or more.
An ideal time to take the SAT test is in the 11th grade. It’s important to leave buffer time to retake the test if you need to raise your score before you apply to colleges.
The Test Scores are available “in a few days” after the student takes the Digital SAT, as specified by the College Board.
Each section of the Digital SAT is scored on a 200 to 800-point scale. The total SAT score ranges from a minimum of 400 to a maximum of 1600 points. Scores are in ten-point intervals.
No points are deducted for incorrect answers, which means you can attempt all the questions.
Each test section starts with the set of questions in the first module, which the students must complete. Before going on to the second module, students can demonstrate their progress with this module’s wide range of easy, medium, and hard problems. Based on how test-takers perform in the first module, the questions in this second module are generally targeted to the test-takers achievement level; questions are either (on average) higher difficulty or lower difficulty than questions in the first module. As a result, the exam “adapts” to display questions that are better suited to a student’s level of performance.
- Use of reading/writing passages across a range of academic disciplines and text complexities.
- Required demonstrations of command of evidence, both textual and quantitative.
- Emphasis on high-utility words and phrases in context.
- Focus on revising and editing writing to improve the effectiveness of expression, achieve specified rhetorical goals, and demonstrate command of core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.
- Continued focus on the math that matters most for college and career readiness and success.
- Math problems in (and out of) context.
- Use of both multiple-choice and student-produced response question formats in the Math section
Yes. The student is allowed to use specific calculators on the Digital SAT to answer the questions in the Math section. Students may use their own approved calculator on test day or take advantage of the graphing calculator built directly into the testing application. If you choose to bring your own calculator to use throughout the Math section, there’s more to it than making sure you’ve got a fresh set of batteries.
Calculators permitted during testing include:
- Most graphing calculators (click on https://satsuite.collegeboard.org/digital/what-to-bring-do/calculator-policy to get the list of calculators allowed on the Digital SAT)
- All scientific calculators
- All 4-function calculators (not recommended)
You can access the mock tests by registering on the Bluebook App. The link is https://bluebook.app.collegeboard.org/