Future Path Prep’s SAT Master course covers:
- The types of questions most likely to be included on the SAT for a more focused study plan
- How to quickly and effectively analyze SAT reading passages
- How to identify the clues within the questions that point you to the right answers
- Techniques to identify vocabulary in context
- How to quickly analyze and eliminate answer options – even without looking at the question!
- The key words and indicators that point to the places in reading passages you’re most likely to find answers – most of the answers come from just a few lines of the passage!
- The different techniques needed for each type of reading passage included on the test – one general technique simply isn’t good enough!
Writing and Language
- The three types of questions that make up the majority of the test
- How to easily identify the paragraph structure used throughout the test – and to quickly determine the correct answers for these questions!
- What the SAT actually means when it asks for evidence (Hint: It’s not always “evidence.”)
- How to identify the clues within the questions that point you to the correct answers
- The ways the SAT tries to confuse test-takers by phrasing answer options in a variety of ways, when they are all really asking the same thing!
- The essential grammar concepts most likely to be tested
- How to eliminate answer options before you even read the question!
- The topics that make up the majority of the Math Test
- Insights about the tricks and traps on the Math Test that are designed to lower your score—and how to avoid them!
- Techniques for getting to the correct answers more quickly
- Tips to help you eliminate incorrect answer options and increase your chances of getting the correct answer—even when you aren’t sure how to solve the problem!
- Which problems you should spend the most time on—and which you are likely better off spending very little time on!
- The most important math skills needed for success on the SAT
- How to quickly and efficiently read and analyze the passage you’ll have to write about
- To identify the rhetorical devices used in the reading passage and how to include these in your essay
- How to focus your essay and determine what you should write about
- How to analyze the use of evidence
- The essential vocabulary needed in order to smoothly transition your essay from one paragraph to the next
- How to develop a game plan for the essay so you have your essay formatted before you take the test