The SAT is an entry and scholarship criterion into most of the best and highly-ranked schools in the United States. It is a test of Mathematical and Verbal reasoning. High scores on the SAT qualify students to gain entry into the best schools and to compete for merit -based scholarships. The SAT is scored on a scale of 200-800 (for math, reading and writing) amounting to a maximum total score of 2400. The SAT is typically taken by high school juniors and seniors in the United States and is offered several times a year. One component of the test is an essay, which is graded by two examiners and is scored on a scale of 1-6 (low to high).

Critical Reading/Verbal section | Sentence Completion | Passage Based Reading


  • Identifying Sentence Errors – 18 questions
  • Improving Sentences – 25 questions
  • Improving Paragraphs – 6 questions
  • Essay Writing – 1 essay – 25 minutes 60 minutes (two 25-minute test sections and one 10-minute test section)


  • Multiple-Choice – 44 questions
  • Student-produced responses – 10 questions 70 minutes (two 25-minute test sections and one 20-minute test section)

60 hours spread over 6 weeks. Classes are for two hours a day, Mondays to Fridays. You can choose the time that suits you.

Six full-length ‘real’ tests.

Various books and CDs in our self-access lab facilities, comfortable and fully air conditioned classrooms outfitted with the most modern equipment.