Courses tailored to help students master standardized test-taking skills needed to excel in higher education. (Includes SAT I & II.)
SAT I (Grades 11, 12)
|Test Length and Timing|
|Component||Time Allocated (min.)||Number of Questions/Tasks|
|Writing and Language||35||44|
|Total||180 (230 w/ Essay)||154 (155 w/ Essay)|
|Total Testing Time||3 hours (plus 50 minutes for the Essay [optional])|
SAT II: Subject Test
The SAT II tests measure students’ knowledge or skills in a particular subject and their ability to apply that knowledge.
Literature SAT II (Grades 11, 12)
This test measures the ability to express ideas effectively in standard written English.
Topics covered: identifying sentence errors, improving sentences, improving paragraphs, and providing sample essays.
Mathematics Level IC / IIC (Grades 11, 12)
Level IC is intended for students who have taken three years of college-preparatory mathematics (two years of algebra and a year of geometry). Use of scientific / graphing calculators are permitted.
Level IIC is intended for students who have taken college-preparatory mathematics for more than three years (two years of algebra, a year of geometry, and pre-calculus). Use of scientific / graphing calculators are permitted and often required.
Topics covered: algebra, geometry, basic trigonometry, algebraic functions, elementary statistics, data interpretation, measures of central tendency and other miscellaneous topics.
Biology SAT II (Grades 9, 10)
Topics covered: cellular and molecular biology, ecology, classical genetics, organismal biology, evolution and diversity.
Chemistry SAT II (Grades 10, 11)
Topics covered: atomic and molecular structure, states of matter, reaction types, stoichiometry, equilibrium and reaction, thermodynamics, descriptive chemistry, laboratory , balancing equations and predicting products of chemical reactions.
Physics SAT II (Grades 11, 12)
Topics covered: mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves, heat, kinetic theory, thermodynamics, modern physics, measurement, math skills, and history of physics.
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