SAGE Tutelage SAT Test Preparation
Benjamin Franklin said, “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” It is now a statistical fact that children with lower GPA scores (the typical B – C student) can out-score students who have consistently achieve higher marks (As and Bs), if the former reviews while the latter does not. Here’s your chance to prepare for the SAT and succeed with SAGE Tutelage of Carrboro SAT Test Preparation — in Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Apex, and surrounding areas. If you are a student preparing to take the SAT test for college, S.A.G.E. Tutelage can help you achieve higher test scores. THE FORMAT OF THIS TEST HAS RECENTLY CHANGED [SPRING 2016]. For more information, contact Miss Leah today at email@example.com or call 919-542-2956.
Sage Tutelage’s ELITE Class
The ELITE CLASS is Miss Leah’s unique concept! Since there are only 4, 5, or 6 seats available, each class member receives some individual attention. These classes are becoming very popular not only because of the student-to-teacher ratio but also because of the pricing Sage Tutelage offers. If you were to take a class such as this from a large test prep company, you would spend thousands of dollars. Sage Tutelage offers the same top quality of those companies for a fraction of the cost. AS THERE ARE ONLY SIX SEATS, PLEASE APPLY TO REGISTER FOR THIS CLASS. You may call, send a text message, or email Miss Leah at firstname.lastname@example.org 919-542-2956
Next Test Dates:
Saturday, 1st October 2016
Saturday, 5th November 2016
Saturday, 3rd December 2016
Saturday, 21st January 2017
Saturday, 11th March 2017
Saturday, 6th May 2017
Saturday, 3rd June 2017
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How Is The SAT Test Structured?
The SAT test is composed of 4 mandatory sections plus 1 optional essay section.
The sections are as follows: one Reading, one English Grammar/Language Arts, and two Math sections. The optimal Essay section follows so that those who chose not to participate may leave the testing site.
These sections break down further:
The SAT Test — The Reading Sections
Every SAT test begins with the Reading Section. The Reading section is made up of five Passages about three different subjects: Fiction, Natural Science, and Social Science. The Fiction passage is an excerpt from either American or World Literature. The writers of the SATs questions are looking to determine your ability to ferret out and comprehend important information within a broader context. The thing to know is that SAT Test writers use the Fiction passage to pose questions about tone, symbolism, emotion, style. The Natural Science passages can be about anything from Astrophysics to Biology, from Species Categorization to Space Science, or from Medicine to Psychology. There are two passages about this subject, one of which will contain a table or chart. The Social Science passages may be an article or speech about History, Politics, Civics, Government, etc. There are also two passages about this subject, one of which will contain a table or chart.
Each passage is followed by 10-11 multiple-choice questions. Two of these 10 or 11 are vocabulary-in-context questions and two (times two = four) are paired questions. Five or six questions remain for general or specific issues within the passage.
The SAT Test — Writing / English Language Arts Sections
PLEASE EXCUSE THE INCOMPLETION OF THESE ARTICLES; THEY ARE BEING REWRITTEN FOR UPDATES. There are five passages in the Writing section as well. Each section is comprised of ?? multiple-choice questions relating to English Grammar and Usage and Rhetorical Skills. The Writing section contains three distinct types of SAT questions: SAT test takers are allowed 25 minutes to complete this section of the SAT.
The SAT — Math Sections
There are two SAT Math : the first section contains ?? questions include questions on Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Plane Geometry, Coordinate Geometry, and a bit of Algebra II/Trigonometry. For example you will find questions on numbers, counting, measurement, simultaneous equations, area or surface area, perimeter or circumference of a circle, square, rectangular, triangle, solids (such as sphere, boxes, cubes, cones, etc.), slope, slope intercept, slope form, distance formula, quadratic equations, and more.
So ask yourself these two questions:
“Do I remember all my Math Subjects from 4th through 10th grade?” (It’s dubious.)
“Would some Test Preparation benefit me?” You bet!
SAGE Tutelage of Chapel Hill – Carrboro, NC can prepare you to SUCCEED –
My classes will benefit ANY teenager preparing to take the SAT for college entrance. Class Topics Include: Structure and Scoring of the SAT, Pacing, Goal Setting; Critical Reading Strategies, Vocabulary Building; Essay Preparedness and Construction, Grammar Review, Error Identification, Sentence Structure and Improvement; The Math Subjects Review, and Techniques for Math Sections.
Techniques specific to the various question types, including actual Critical Reading, Writing, and Math questions will be practiced and explained as needed. Students’ questions will be addressed.
The SAT test is offered seven times each year by the College Board.
Let your Standardized Test scores be an accurate reflection of your highest potential.
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SAGE is my acronym for the primary four Standardized Tests for which I help students review:
SAT, ACT, GRE, EOG
and I prepare students for other Standardized Tests as well. If you are interested in preparing for the EOG, EOC, SSAT, GED, PSAT, SAT, ACT Plan, ACT, or GRE, or if you just require homework help, please contact me. The phone consultation is free!