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2019-20 PSAT/SAT Year Long Program



15 years of helping students get the test scores they want has shown us that the best way to prepare for the PSAT is to prepare for the SAT.  Here is why it's smart to do your PSAT and SAT preperation together.

Why Prep for the PSAT?

A high score on the PSAT can earn you scholarships, including the prestigious National Merit Scholarship.  

PSAT vs SAT

The PSAT is fifteen minutes shorter than the SAT, doesn’t include an essay, and is scored on a different (but proportionally identical) scale. Otherwise, the PSAT has the same question types and tests the same knowledge areas as the SAT. By preparing for the SAT, you are really taking care of two birds with one stone.

You will learn the techniques and get guidance from our instructors who had perfected the art of test taking and went to the top Ivy League schools. The camp is designed from students' perspective and includes powerful strategies and problem solving techniques that you may not want to miss. 

 

5 reasons why you should be part of this PSAT/SAT Course
 

  1. You'll be made aware of the winning approach to adopt on every portion of the multiple choice questions and crack the test rubric.

  2. You'll be equipped with the skills to solve any sentence improvement questions without getting lost in the grammar rules.

  3. You'll be taught to think analytically and apply the necessary techniques to most vocabulary questions though not familiar with the words.

  4. Even if you think your algebra skills are limited, the strategies you learn in the camp will help you to solve most Math questions just by reasoning.

  5. Opportunity to learn the Data Interpretation skills to tackle Science section of the standardized test.

Location

Forum Hall, Wayzata High School, Plymouth, MN

 

Fall PSAT/SAT 

October 27

November 3, 17, 24

December  1

 

Winter PSAT/SAT 

December 8 ,15

January 5, 12

February 2, 9, 23

 

Spring PSAT/SAT

March 1, 8, 15, 22

April 12, 19, 26


Sunday 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM








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