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SAT Class

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Our SAT Class is designed to empower students as they embark on their journey towards success in the College Admissions process. At this crucial stage in your child’s education, we understand the importance of a competitive SAT score to stand out against the rest.

What is the SAT?

The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is a globally recognized college admission test that actively allows students to demonstrate their knowledge and practical application skills to colleges. Furthermore, it assesses their proficiency in reading, writing, and math, subjects actively taught every day in high school classrooms. Moreover, most students take the exam during their junior or senior year of high school, and almost all colleges and universities use the SAT to make admission decisions.

Overall, colleges and universities actively consider the SAT as one of the most important factors to assess a student’s suitability for their school. It plays a crucial role in their evaluation process, impacting their admission decisions significantly.


Why Khan’s SAT Class?

Our SAT Program covers every topic on the exam while undoubtedly providing mentorship and college admissions counseling.

Our curriculum is internally designed to be aligned with the official SAT.

Our SAT Program is Designed by Doctors, Ivy League Graduates, and expert SAT Tutors. Our SAT program has helped countless students earn admissions into their dream schools including COlumbia, NYU, Barnard, Princeton, Cornell, Macaulay Honors, Sophie Davis CUNY Medical School, and many more.

Over 90% of students who attend regularly score above the 94th percentile on their SATs.


Our Programs Options:

In-person SAT Prep:

  • Available in 8 Locations in NYC
  • Small Interactive Classrooms
  • LIVE In-Person classes
  • Free College Admissions Workshops
  • Innovative Learning Environment

Online SAT Prep:

  • Learn From Anywhere
  • Small Interactive Classrooms
  • LIVE Digital classes
  • Free Remote College Admissions Workshops
  • Innovative Learning Environment

Our In-Person SAT Class Program Features:

Small Interactive Classes

Monthly Diagnostic exams

Weekly Classwork and Homework

Free College Admissions Workshops

Free College Essay Support

1

Day a Week

4

Hour Classes

48

Weeks of Classes

192

Hours of Instruction


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs):

1. What does the SAT test for?

The SAT is designed to assess a student’s readiness for college and is intended to provide colleges with a common data point that can be used to compare all applicants. The test consists of English Based Reading and Writing, Mathematics, and an Optional Essay.

2. How many questions are on the SAT?

The SAT has 154 Questions in total. Some States may require students to have the option of submitting an essay.

3. How difficult is the SAT?

The difficulty of the SAT can vary for each individual, as it depends on factors such as one’s academic preparation, test-taking skills, and familiarity with the content. Many students find it helpful to utilize resources such as practice exams, study guides, and review courses such as Khan’s SAT Class to enhance their performance on the SAT.

4. How much does it cost to take the SAT?

The cost of taking the SAT is typically around $52, with additional fees for optional services like the essay section.

5. How long is the SAT test?

The SAT takes approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes to complete. Each section of the exam is allotted time and students are not allowed to deviate from the current section during the test.

  • Reading Comprehension: 65 minutes
  • Writing and Language: 35 minutes
  • Math (No Calculator): 25 minutes
  • Math (Calculator): 55 minutes
  • Optional Essay: 50 minutes (if chosen)

6. Are fee waivers available for the SAT?

Yes, fee waivers are available for the SAT for eligible students. The College Board offers fee waivers to students who demonstrate financial need. Eligible students typically receive up to two fee waivers during their high school years.

7. What is a “super score”?

A “super score” is when colleges consider the highest section scores from multiple SAT test dates for a student’s application, potentially boosting their overall score.

8. Why is the SAT important?

The SAT is an important factor in college admissions as it provides colleges with a standardized measure of a student’s academic abilities and readiness for college-level work.

9. How do I register for the SAT?

You can register for the SAT online through the College Board website. Registration typically requires creating an account, selecting a test date and location, and paying the registration fee.

10. Can I take the SAT multiple times?

Yes, you can take the SAT as many times as you like. Colleges will generally consider your highest score.

11. How can I prepare for the SAT?

You can prepare for the SAT by studying the content and format of the test, taking practice tests, and seeking helps from SAT tutors by taking our Khan’s Tutorial’s SAT Preparation class.


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