SAT Class Calendar

2020 SAT Calendar

This comprehensive SAT class will consist of nine three-hour classes for a total of 27 hours of instruction. During each class, students will receive 90 minutes of mathematics instruction and 90 minutes of language arts instruction with a very structured curriculum. SAT classes will begin on Sunday, January 5th and all classes will be held from 1p-4p. Please note that, due to the winter recess, we will not have class on February 16th. Classes will resume on Sunday, February 23rd.

The class will also include two full-length proctored practice SAT tests toward the end of the program. These tests will begin at 9a and be held on Saturday, February 29th and Saturday, March 7th. Students receiving regular time will be finished at 12:15p and students receiving 50% extended time will be finished at 1:50p. These practice tests will allow us to gauge improvements and focus on specific subject areas which require further time and attention. Two practice test review sessions will be integrated into the last two classes on March 1st and March 8th, leading up to the official SAT test on March 14th.

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