What We Offer
- 66 hours of instruction per class
- 3 in class full tests : Diagnostic, Midterm and Final Test, for better progress tracking
- Engaging teachers
- Interactive face-to-face classes with live virtual access
- Unlimited access to Maya Prep portal for class notes and homework (with 30+ full length SAT tests)
- Personalized attention to each student via classroom interactions and parent-student-teacher conferences
- Adherence to COVID safety protocol
HOW IT WORKS
Our unique tried and tested methods make students stress free and confident on the Exam Day.
SAT Overview :
- The SAT consists of four sections: Reading (52 questions/65 min), Writing and Language (44 questions/35 min), Math without Calculator (20 questions/25 min), and Math with Calculator (38 question/55 min).
- All sections are in multiple choice format
- Additionally, Math section has free answers question.
- The test is offered each school year in October, November, December, March, April (school organized) May, June, and August.
- Most students start preparing for it in the summer before their sophomore year. in average, it takes two to three trials to achieve the desired score.
- SAT is a three hours test
- SAT is scored out of 1600, and it introduced sub scores and cross-section scores.
- Wrong guesses are not penalized with negative marks
SAT Exam Dates
|SAT Date||SAT Subject Tests Available||Registration Deadline||Late Registration Deadline||Deadline for Changes
|May 8, 2021||SAT Subject Tests not offered on this date||April 8, 2021 ||April 20, 2021 (for mailed registrations)|
April 27, 2021 (for registrations made online or by phone)
|April 27, 2021|
|June 5, 2021||SAT Subject Tests not offered on this date||May 6, 2021 ||May 18, 2021 (for mailed registrations)|
May 26, 2021 (for registrations made online or by phone)
|May 26, 2021|
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Frequently Asked Questions
52 multiple choice questions based on the passages
4 full-length passages and one paired set of passages, followed by 10-11 multiple-choice reading comprehension questions.
Prior topic-specific knowledge is not tested. You do need to know how to read 🙂
You might have some informational graphics, such as tables, graphs, and charts, along with some passages, maximum 3-4 per test. No math or calculator is required.
SAT reading does not test vocabulary anymore; however, having a good vocabulary foundation is essential in acing this section
- One passage from a classic or contemporary work of U.S. or world literature.
- One passage or a pair of passages from either a U.S. founding document or a text in the Great Global Conversation they inspired. The U.S. Constitution or a speech by Nelson Mandela, for example.
- A selection about economics, psychology, sociology, or some other social science.
- Two science passages (or one passage and one passage pair) that examine foundational concepts and developments in Earth science, biology, chemistry, or physics.