SAT/PSAT Boot Camp
[13h Instruction + Q&A, Paid]
IMPORTANT: Students who have attended the 4-hour SAT/PSAT Crash Course will benefit from attending this SAT/PSAT Boot Camp. The crash course is not a prerequisite for the boot camp: your student may attend the boot camp without having attended the crash course. In addition to in-depth treatment of SAT/PSAT Writing grammar and rhetorical rules (3h 45m), Math theory (5h 30m), and Reading techniques and strategy (2h 15m), the SAT/PSAT boot camp provides valuable course materials to every attendee.
The boot camps listed below are *identical* in content.
- WINTER SAT/PSAT Boot Camp *ONLINE*
Day 1 of 2: Sat, Feb 5
Day 2 of 2: Sat, Feb 12
$295 Early Registration ends Wed, Jan 26, at 11:55p
$350 Regular Registration ends Mon, Jan 31, at 11:55p
Register here (link)
- Proprietary, printed handbook containing detailed test-taking tips by section, Writing and Math cheat sheets, and Writing and Math drills with complete, printed solutions
- Printed course handout
- Detailed study plan email
Content/Complexity/Pace: For each of the 4 SAT sections, the boot camp will first review the necessary theory and strategies in detail and then work out and discuss a number of official SAT questions, from simple to complex, in a timed setting. This is a fast-paced, rigorous, intensive, and immersive boot camp.
Important Notes: Scores will not improve merely because a student attends the boot camp. Students are expected to practice what they have learned, thoroughly memorize the cheat sheets, complete the assigned homework, and attempt practice tests under timed conditions to see a score improvement. Success on the test is entirely about hard work. The boot camp gives students and parents the tools and the glide path to the target score, but it is the student's focused practice and relentless work that will cause the ascent to the target score. Parents are strongly encouraged to have a conversation about the student's commitment to the work involved and their own expectations before registering for the boot camp. While students who do the assigned work can benefit from attending the boot camp closest to their target test date, a longer window between the boot camp and the test date is strongly recommended, especially during the busy school year. Ideally, parents and students should plan on a 6-8-week window between the boot camp and the test date during the school year so that students have adequate time to master the content and strategies as well as internalize the techniques taught at the boot camp.
Day 1 of 2 (8:15a-4p Eastern)
Lunch Break: 11:45a-12:45p
- Math Part 1 of 2
- Test-Taking Tips Part 1 of 2
Day 2 of 2 (8:15a-4p Eastern)
Lunch Break: 12:15p-1:15p
- Math Part 2 of 2
- Test-Taking Tips Part 2 of 2
SAT/PSAT Crash Course
[4h 15m Instruction + Q&A, Paid]
For: High school students
Length: 4h 15m instruction + q&a
Content: For each of the 4 SAT sections, we will rapidly work out and discuss retired SAT questions in a timed setting.
Bring: A calculator, pens/pencils, and a notebook.
Break: There will be a 30-minute break midway through the event.
Complexity/Pace: This is a fast-paced, rigorous, and intensive class. Dr. Sampath will train students on a variety of SAT questions from simple to complex.
Important Note: Scores will not improve merely because a student attends the crash course. Students are expected to rigorously practice the techniques and content taught at the crash course in order to see a score improvement.
The events listed below are *identical* in content.
- NOV SAT/PSAT Crash Course *ONLINE*
Sat, Nov 20, 8:30a-1:30p
Last crash course before Dec 4 SAT
$99 registration ends Thu, Nov 18, at 11:55p
Register here (link)