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SAT

SAT

Score Higher, Dream Bigger - Online Personalized Classes To Ace Your Exams

Structured curriculum and perfect score success stories with a focus on STEM excellence.

Our live SAT preparation courses train you to ace your SAT.

Why Prepare For Your SATs With LSL?

Concept Teaching

Master tougher questions effortlessly through comprehensive understanding.

New SAT Insights

Access techniques and a vast question bank to ace the SAT.

SAT Strategies

Boost your SAT scores with time-saving strategies, pattern recognition, and effective shortcuts.

Weekly Reading Assignments

 Enhance your English reading skills for both SAT and everyday language use.

Words That Matter

Learn high-impact vocabulary frequently featured in the latest SAT exams.

Adaptive Test Feature

Take advantage of adaptive testing, which tailors questions to your skill level, optimizing preparation and performance.

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SAT Mastery:
Tips To Prepare with Confidence

  • Understand the Test Structure: Familiarize yourself with the SAT format, sections, and timing to manage your time effectively during the exam.

 

  • Master Test-Taking Strategies: Learn and apply effective strategies for each section, including reading comprehension, math problem-solving, and writing.

 

  • Review and Learn from Mistakes: Analyze mistakes from practice tests and understand their reasons. Adjust your study approach to avoid similar errors.

 

  • Build Vocabulary: Enhance your vocabulary by learning high-frequency SAT words and understanding their usage in context.

 

  • Stay Calm and Confident: Maintain a positive mindset during the exam. Practice relaxation techniques to stay calm and focused under pressure.

 

  • Get Plenty of Rest Before the Exam: Ensure you're well-rested and mentally prepared on test day to perform at your best.

Success Stories

One of our students in the US achieved a flawless 800 score in the Math section, showcasing our commitment to excellence in SAT preparation.

Our Curriculum

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FAQs

1. What is SAT?

The SAT is a standardized test widely used for college admissions in the United States. It assesses students' readiness for college and measures their skills in reading, writing, and math.

2. Why Should I Take the SAT?

The SAT is one of the standardized tests that many colleges require for admissions. Each school, however, weighs the SAT differently. The score may be more important at one college than another, but it is a requirement for most college applications. Check out a college's requested range for the SAT so you know what score to aim for.

It's also important to note that high SAT scores could result in scholarships!

3. What is a good SAT score?

A good SAT score depends on the colleges you are applying to. Generally, scores above 1200 (out of 1600) are considered competitive, but top colleges may expect scores closer to 1400 or higher.

4. What is the difference between SAT and ACT?

One major difference between both exams is that the ACT includes a whole section on Science, which is not present in the SAT. Students from a Science background can showcase their skills related to Science subjects through an ACT.

5. Can I retake the SAT?

Yes, you can retake the SAT if you are not satisfied with your score. Colleges generally consider your highest scores, so retaking the SAT can potentially improve your chances of admission to college.

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