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SAT Classroom Course

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Course Code : 1911SA1
Location : Southlake/Keller Campus
2900 TX-114, Suite - BoardRoom
Trophy Club, TX 76262

Basic SAT Curriculum

The first lecture will encompass an overview of the exam, leading into a breakdown of each section: Reading, Writing, Non-Calculator Math, and Calculator Math. General discussion of time management, test-taking strategies, scoring, and methods for each section are also included. This leads into lessons starting to dive into each of the sections, focusing on evidence-based reading questions, correct punctuation and sentence structure, and the basics of algebra.
The first proctored exam will be a diagnostic exam designed to gauge where each student is and will be utilized to guide them from there on certain subject areas they may be weak in and reinforce ones they are strong in. Question and topic analytics from each of the sections will be provided with this and every following exam.

The second reading lessonemphasizes putting each answer in a reading passage in context with the sentence, paragraph, or passage in question. The writing lesson is all about transition words, sentence flow, and the relationship between sentences. The math lesson teaches students about systems of equations, their graphs, and how to solve them.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the diagnostic exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The third reading lesson is all about the main purpose/central claim/summary of the passage/paragraph in question and how to distinguish between vague ideas, overly detailed claims, and true summaries.The writing lesson is about identifying correct word choice and utilizing vocabulary in tone and style with a passage. The math lesson teaches linear equations, their different forms, graphing them, solving them, and identifying their parts.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the diagnostic exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The second proctored exam will be a practice exam meant as a benchmark for how the student has progressed as well as solid practice for the real deal. Question and topic analytics from each of the sections will be provided with this and every following exam.

The fourth reading lesson goes over the interpretation of graphs and figures that coincide with certain passages. The writing lesson discusses in detail what a subject-verb agreement is, how to identify each part of it in a sentence, and logically determine its conjugation. The interpretation and solving of quadratic functions are introduced in the math lesson, including factoring, graphing, and the quadratic formula.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The fifth reading lesson delves into what the author’s intention is in terms of the questions and the passage, which is a key strategy to anticipating how a character or person might react to a question’s stimulus. The writing lesson is about sentence structure, passage flow, and identifying chronological and logical order of ideas. Math in this lecture is all about geometry and everything involved with that including the Pythagorean Theorem, trigonometric functions, circle functions and graphing, and perimeter, area, and volume formulas.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The third proctored exam will be another practice exam meant as a benchmark for how the student has progressed as well as solid practice for the real deal. Question and topic analytics from each of the sections will be provided with this and every following exam.

The sixth reading lesson is much more meaning intensive, going over the tone, emotion, implications, and general understanding of any one given passage or sentence. The writing lesson will simply be the instructor answering specific requests that any student may have in detail, making sure everyone is up to speed. The math lesson is about polynomials, more factoring, polynomial expansion, completing the square, and long and synthetic division.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The seventh reading lesson will be a review of critical evidence-based reading and using answers in context of the passage. The writing lesson will be longer, encompassing a multitude of topics that don’t fit under a simple umbrella covered in previous sessions: combining sentences, redundancy, addition/deletion, interpreting figures, etc. The math lesson is about something a lot of students have trouble with: story problems. Instructors will teach how to turn a wordy question with a lot of information (some of it unnecessary) into digestible terms.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The fourth, and final, proctored exam will be another practice exam meant as a benchmark for how the student has progressed as well as solid practice for the real deal. Question and topic analytics from each of the sections will be provided with this exam.

The eighth reading lesson is another review, this time about divining the main purpose of a passage or paragraph and interpreting graphs, figures, and tables attached to passages. The writing lesson is a review of topics covered already: punctuation, transitions, and word choice. The math lesson continues with new material with central tendency (mean, median, mode, range, standard deviation), probability and determining the numerator and denominator from a word problem, and converting units with dimensional analysis and stepwise conversion.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

The ninth, and last, reading lesson will be reviewing topics like author’s reasoning/intent and the tone and emotion of a passage. The continued writing review involves subject-verb agreements, sentence placement, idea flow, and more miscellaneous topics. The math lesson is going over some topics that didn’t fit with some of the categories gone over in previous sessions: fractions, exponents, logarithms, and imaginary/complex numbers.

Any homework assigned from the previous lecture will be reviewed along with the previous exam. This involves the instructor going over questions that students may have, pointing out common mistakes, and solving them.

  • 1911SA1

Exam/Session Date Time Topics Covered
Practice Test 09/28/2019 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Exam
Lecture 09/22/2019 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Lecture
Lecture 09/29/2019 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Lecture
Practice Test 10/05/2019 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Exam
Lecture 10/06/2019 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Lecture
Practice Test 10/12/2019 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Exam
Lecture 10/13/2019 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Lecture
Lecture 10/20/2019 02:00 pm - 05:00 pm Lecture
Practice Test 10/26/2019 09:00 am - 01:00 pm Exam
Lecture 10/31/2019 06:00 pm - 09:00 pm Lecture