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SAT Test Prep

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SAT Test Prep

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SAT Prep for Life Long Learning

October 2021–March 2022
Designed for the March 12, 2022, SAT

20-hour, 40-hour, and 50-hour Classes Available Based on Diagnostic Evaluation
+ 6–7 Full-Length Mock Tests

While strong academics help students thrive in school, the SAT requires a unique strategic approach and study techniques that every student benefits from learning.

At VSA, we offer a systematic set of test prep guidelines and test-taking strategies that transforms the test from a stress-inducing race into a practiced procedure.

Time management doesn’t come through repeated races with a stopwatch, but rather a balance between careful question selection and concise note-taking. At VSA, our experienced SAT prep teacher offer targeted practice tailored to each student, test-taking and time-management strategies that boost confidence and actually work, and content review that hones reading, writing, and math skills. Each SAT class is tailored to its students’ specific needs, levels, and abilities, and we offer a personalized class plan for each student with our 20-, 40-, and 50-hour classes.

SAT Test Prep Class Schedule

Class | Class Time and Dates | Practice Tests

SAT Level A (S-A)

Tuesdays, 6:30–9pm EST
Oct 19, 2021–March 8, 2022
50 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
6 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

SAT Level B (S-B)

Mondays, 8–10pm EST
Oct 18, 2021–March 7, 2022
40 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
6 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

SAT Level C (S-C)

Fridays, 6–8pm EST
Dec 18, 2021–March 4, 2022
20 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
5 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

Class

Class Times and Dates

Practice Tests

SAT Level A (S-A)

Tuesdays, 6:30–9pm EST
Oct 19, 2021–March 8, 2022
50 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
6 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

SAT Level B (S-B)

Mondays, 8–10pm EST
Oct 18, 2021–March 7, 2022
40 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
6 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

SAT Level C (S-C)

Fridays, 6–8pm EST
Dec 18, 2021–March 4, 2022
20 hours of class time

1 full-length diagnostic test before the class
5 full-length mock tests
Test Time: Saturdays, 9am–12:30pm EST

CLASS DETAILS

  1. Each class is capped at 8 students.

  2. Diagnostic tests are included for students who sign up for the full SAT course.

  3. Based on the diagnostic test results, students are assigned to the appropriate SAT class (Level A, Level B, or Level C. Each class is designed to address the students’ differing needs in curriculum review and test-taking strategies.

SAT English Prep

Become skilled test decoders with our reading and writing test-taking strategies.

Become skilled test decoders with our reading and writing test-taking strategies.

Our prep course breaks the Reading and Writing section of the SAT into easy-to-tackle components. These sections are built by expert test makers, and students will become expert test decoders. Every question in the Reading Section has a specific purpose in mind— your child will learn to intuitively understand what’s being asked of them. In preparation for the Writing section, your child will approach it not only as a test taker, but also as a copyeditor, fixing a colleague’s mistakes in a report. Our strategies will prepare your child to get both the SAT score and the English grades they’ll need to succeed in college.

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Reading Section

  • Reconceptualize questions into your own words 
  • Read passages strategically based on question content
  • Write effective margin notes to learn efficiently
  • Infer valid guesses to reduce your dependence on the process of elimination

Writing Section

  • Master consistency in sentence transitions
  • Develop an ear for precision of language
  • Establish an eye for spotting redundancies and fixing wordiness
  • Gain confidence in editing verb, pronoun, and modifier errors

SAT Math Prep

Perform at your highest potential with improved accuracy and fluency on the SAT Math section.

The SAT Math section tests your mathematical fluency by evaluating how you quickly apply math concepts to solve problems in sciences, career scenarios, and other real-life contexts. Even mathematically gifted test-takers can struggle to achieve their goal score; with only 75–80 seconds for each question, there is no room for careless mistakes. Using VSA’s test-taking strategies and thorough math review, improve your accuracy and fluency as a problem solver and approach the test day with ease.

Heart of Algebra

Analyzing and fluently solving linear equations and systems of linear equations

Additional Topics in Math

Additional Topics in Math Area, volume, working with right triangles, the unit circle, and trigonometric functions

Passport to Advanced Math

Identifying and creating equivalent algebraic expressions; creating, using, and graphing exponential, quadratic, and other nonlinear functions

Problem Solving and Data Analysis

Representing and analyzing quantitative data

Teacher Bios

Mr. Patryk

A teacher for over 8 years, Mr. Patryk has taught English at a New Jersey public school and as well as Writing and Public Speaking at VSA Future. He previously taught ESL for two years in South Korea after earning a Master’s Degree in English in 2013. Mr. Patryk’s approach to the English area of the SAT is to teach students to create their own style of quick notes that hit the bullseye on the central argument of each paragraph in the reading section. Reconceptualizing in one’s own words allows the student to take charge of the material. In the writing section, Mr. Patryk teaches students to become copy editors with a drive for concision, precision, and consistency.

Ms. Rose

Ms. Rose has six years of teaching experience in both group settings and individual classes. She earned her MPA degree from with a concentration
in Technology & Data Management, Summa Cum Laude. As an Educational Psychology enthusiast, Ms. Rose applies cognitive neuroscience into “tailor- making” her teaching to meet the learning style to suit each students’ strengths. Besides teaching, Ms. Rose conducts research on how the human brain processes math and educational strategies that are most effective for gifted students. She speaks three languages fluently and won a Mathematics Olympiad for creative problem-solving in a gifted school for the city’s top

1% of high school students. She aims to bring her strength of divergent thinking into the Math portion of the SAT to help students become mindful, independent thinkers.

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Our services are advisory in nature; we cannot act on behalf of the student or parents in completion of applications/admissions requirements. We also cannot guarantee admission to any institution.

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