SAT SKILLs & STRATEGIES
Live, virtual, SMALL group instruction
Sundays 11am to 1pm CT
March 27 to May 1, 2022
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Frequently Asked Questions
What does the SAT Skills & Strategies cover?
Students start by learning the overarching skills and strategies that allow them to navigate the SAT more effectively, then dive deeper into the nuances of the test. This includes, but is not limited to:
Gaining insights into how the exam makers design test questions, which allows students to stay one step ahead.
Developing a plan of attack when it comes to reading and annotating passages, understanding questions, and navigating distracting answer choices on the Reading section.
Learning the fundamental skills and nuanced language rules that are necessary to succeed on the Writing section.
Understanding best patterns and practices when it comes to interpreting the notoriously tricky questions of the Math section.
Identifying a time management and pacing strategy that enables students to not only survive, but thrive during a 3 hour exam!
Will my student take practice tests?
In addition to live, classroom time, students will have the opportunity to take 3 practice tests. Each test will be scored, reviewed, and analyzed by Marigold Prep, and every family will receive a data-driven report with detailed and personalized feedback.
How many students are in each class?
Classes run with a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 6 students, to ensure personalized, comprehensive and collaborative instruction.
What are the payment details?
SAT Skills & Strategies is $899 and can be paid in 1 or 2 installments. Credit card information is required to hold your student's spot, but we will not charge your credit card. Instead, someone from our team will follow up with you within 24 hours to discuss and confirm payment options.
How do I know if SAT Skills & Strategies is right for my student?
Give us a call at (415) 237-3377 or book a complimentary consultation here! We can discuss your student's testing history (if any), goals, and needs to help determine if a group, individual, or a customized hybrid program is appropriate.