Use Your Summer to Prepare for the SAT
PSAT and SAT math questions cover the same material: Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math and Additional Topics. Sophomores and Juniors who have taken these classes may be eligible to take the SATs but they may not have really mastered the concepts that will be embedded in the questions. Spend a few weeks with The Study Hall reviewing how Algebra, Geometry and Number Theory all work together. Build your personal "tool box" of approaches to these math problems. Make sure you understand how exponents, roots and fractions work and what operations with them are allowed and not allowed.
One of the biggest challenges facing students when they take the SAT Verbal test is reading comprehension, vocabulary and grammar. The verbal portion of the class will help students improve their vocabulary, word associations, and grammar skills that show up over and over again on both the PSATs and the SATs. It is also designed to help your student gain the skills and confidence he/she needs to improve not only their SAT score but also their reading and writing skills for school.
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