SAT® Test Prep - Online courses
What is the SAT®?
The SAT® Reasoning Test is the aptitude test required for admission to colleges and universities in the U.S., Canada and international universities where the medium of instruction is English. The test evaluates the students’ knowledge of reading, writing and math.
Why take the SAT®?
Most students take the SAT® during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT® to make admission decisions.
How do I prepare for the SAT®?
To address the test preparation needs of SAT® students, we have developed the following SAT® learning solutions:
• The MasterPrep SAT® Long-distance course
• The MasterPrep SAT® e-course
• The MasterPrep SAT® Book
• The MasterPrep Free Resources: the SAT® Study Plan, the SAT® Diagnostic Test, American University Terminology, download an extract from the SAT® Book, test preparation materials, Forum, Question of the Day
SAT® e-course Description
The course covers the SAT® mathematics, critical reading and writing sections. The online resource offers the SAT® Practice Testing part to help you become more familiar with the SAT® format, directions and question types. Because the course is entirely web-based, all you need to access the course is internet. This way, you can practise on your own schedule.
A brief look at the SAT® E-course content
• SAT® Math: Quantitative Comparisons, Standard Multiple-choice, Graphs, Numeric Entry, Substitution, Defined Functions Exercise, Number Theory, Geometry, Elimination Strategies, Inequalities, Fractions and Decimals, Equations, Averages, Ratio & Proportion, Exponents and Roots, Factoring, Word Problems.
• SAT® Verbal: Reading methods, critical reading question types, sentence completion, vocabulary 400, vocabulary drills, tips on writing your essays, scoring the writing section, present your perspective on an issue.
Last updated September 30, 2015