SAT Strategy Course
The course focuses on effective strategies for SAT Reading, Math, and English. Learners will engage with in-class reading exercises, practice passages, oral discussions, and close reading techniques that will equip learners with the necessary tools for success on the SAT.
Learners are expected to attend every session willing to participate in oral discussions and complete practice exercises in advance.
Master all necessary content, timing, and test-taking strategies
Review essential Math computations and formulas
Learn top 100+ essential vocabulary words
Complete 4 full-length practices tests
Improve overall study habits
Identify and reflect on strengths and areas of development
Students will become familiar with the terms and concepts associated with the SAT Test
Students will demonstrate their grasp of skills and strategies on practice tests and class participation
Students will develop mastery of conventional language usage, college-level writing skills, and advanced reading comprehension, competence
Students will develop advanced problem-solving skills related to mathematical reasoning, reading comprehension, and graphical interpretation and analysis
Learners will be supplied with all PDF readings via online platform.
Course Book(s): College Board - The Official SAT Prep Guide (provided electronically)
Personalized Study Calendar or Agenda
Organized notebook, binder, pens, pencils
Meet the Instructor
Mr. Anthony is a Premier ACT + SAT Pre Instructor. In addition to teaching the SAT Strategy course, Anthony is the director and co-founder of an educational service company where he created proprietary online learning platform and published materials related to key strategies and advanced practice problems for SAT Prep. Anthony completed Stanford University Medical Centers Fellowship in Cardiology and holds a BS in Biomedical Science with minors in Business Administration, Chemistry, and Gender Studies, earning the gold Presidential Award for Academic Excellence. He taught chemistry, biology, mathematics and business literacy to high school student and was awarded the National Teacher of the Week.
Who Should Take This Course?
Generally speaking, students begin preparation for the SAT/ACT tests during or after having completed Algebra 2, not a specific year of school. Much of the content on the SAT/ACT is a fundamental review of the many topics students build on beginning in middle school.
Dates: Thursdays, October 6 - November 17, 2022
Time: 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Delivery: Zoom classroom
Cost: $275, all materials/textbook access included
The University reserves the right to cancel a course section if the minimum enrollment is not met.