Taking the SAT or ACT?
Throughout their academic careers, students take many tests that help determine their future — from high school entrance exams to AP classes to the SAT. But no matter which exam a studentneeds to prepare for, our goal at Huntington is always the same: to help all students achieve their best possible score.
Our proven, one-on-one test prep methods help students build a deep knowledge of the subject matter at hand while learning crucial test-taking and problem-solving skills — lowering anxiety levels and significantly raising test scores along the way.
The SAT is a complex exam, and even straight-A students can struggle to perform well. That's why all of our students work directly with a highly qualified teacher to focus on their individual strengths and weaknesses and ensure they're confident and ready come test day. We offer prep programs customized to each student's goals, ability, and school schedule:
Premier Program: Comprehensive program tailored to student's goals, with program duration based on initial testing and consultation with parents.
60-Hour Program: Full preparation across all subject areas
60-Hour Weekend Program: Intensive Saturday & Sunday course for busy students
Boost test-taking confidence
Practice with real tests
Fun and lively classes
Cool test strategies that work
Ease test stress
An awesome price. $650.00 for our Online students
These instructor-led, interactive online classroom programs have been helping students raise their scores and help them get into the best universities in the U.S. The course is designed to develop and strengthen your test taking skills so that you can get a score that truly reflects your ability. We focus on familiarizing you with test questions and guiding you in developing test taking strategies, managing test panic, increasing confidence and speed. You will receive weekly practice with real, timed SAT tests.
Become familiar with the test format, including test directions and scoring.
Refined critical reading and thinking skills
Developed an individual test taking strategy
Learned how to apply the strategies taught in this training course
Increased your test taking confidence and reduced your anxiety
Classes are conveniently held online, so you can attend anywhere with an internet connection.
The SAT was redesigned for 2016. Read below for a glimpse of the changes to the test
The essay is optional and is in response to a prompt known in advance (that does not mean a single consistent prompt, it will still vary it will just be known ahead of time each time) , and supported by material provided by the College Board.
The sentence completions is replaced with "word in context" questions and much of the traditional SAT vocabulary will be used
The reading and multiple choice writing is combined into a single 200-800 score, which iscombined with a math score of 200-800 to return to a 400-1600 score range.
The penalty for wrong answers is removed. You will not be penalized for a wrong answer
The math cover very specific territory, with one section using a calculator, and one section without acalculator.
Science and other data related questions are introduced throughout the test to simulate real world knowledge and reasoning
The NEW SAT is easier, and more logical for students, so we concentrate on using logic to maximize your scores.
With our expert teachers, knowledgeable in both Writing Comprehension and advanced Mathematics, we guarantee results! If the student doesn’t increase your average scores by at least 140 points, we will give an additional tutoring session to help the student prepare for the next test. Try as many times as you like until you reached your desired scores.
My SAT test scores have gone up in both math and verbal. Before Ellacy's excellent SAT course, my test scores were way below what was needed for the college of my choice. Now I think I will be accepted.
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The SAT is offered internationally in October, December, March, and May. SAT Subject Tests are available internationally in October, November, December, May, and June.
If you're taking the SAT outside the United States, you may have to fulfill additional requirements to register for or take the test. See policies listed by country. Deadlines expire at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time, U.S. To see U.S. test dates, visit Test Dates and Deadlines.
November 11-December 17
Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday
12:00 AM-12:00 AM
A fully interactive online classroom; live instruction
Ms. Hafsa, Yale Univ; Dr. Richard Jeddah, Harvard Univ; Mr. Cuong Nguyen, CEO
Live Online | $500 USD or 3 payments of $175
January 06-February 11
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
Ms. Hafsa, Yale UnivDr. Richard Jeddah, Harvard Univ Mr. Cuong Nguyen, CEO
This Reading lecture focuses on giving an overview of various types of passages in the SAT, and techniques to read and interpret these passages
Reading: History and social studies
Reading: Social science
This Math lecture focuses on Linear Equations and Quadratic Equations. Techniques will focus on recognizing, setting up the problem, solving and verifying answers
Solving linear equations and linear inequalities
Interpreting linear functions
Linear equation word problems
Solving quadratic equations
Manipulating quadratic and exponential expressions
Interpreting nonlinear expressions
This Reading lecture focuses on sentence/paragraph reading, precision, concise style, syntax
Writing: Concision, style, and tone 1
Writing: Concision, style, and tone 2
This Math lecture focuses on other parts of linear equations, graphs, functions, and radicals and rational numbers, operations and polynomials
Graphing linear equations
Linear function word problems
Systems of linear inequalities word problems
Radicals and rational exponents
Radical and rational equations
Operations with rational expressions
Operations with polynomials
Polynomial factors and graphs
This Reading lecture focuses on sentence structures, verbs, tense, modifiers.
Writing: Subordination and coordination
Writing: Parallel structure
Writing: Modifier placement
Writing: Shift in verb, tense, and mood
This Math lecture focuses on linear and quadratic systems, structures, expressions, ratio and rates, percents and units
Nonlinear equation graphs
Linear and quadratic systems
Structure in expressions
Ratios, rates, and proportions
This Reading lecture focuses on pronouns, person and numbers, clarity, posessive determiners, subject-verb agreements
Writing: Pronoun person and number
Writing: Pronoun clarity
Writing: Pronoun-antecedent agreement
Writing: Possessive determiners
Writing: Subject-verb agreement
Writing: Noun agreement
This Math lecture focuses on quantities, functions, interpreting table data, plots and graphs
Key features of graphs
Linear and exponential growth
This Reading lecture focuses on words, conventional expression, sentence punctuation, non-restrictive and parenthetical elements
Writing: Frequently confused words
Writing: Conventional expression
Writing: End-of-sentence punctuation
Writing: Within-sentence punctuation
Writing: Items in a series
Writing: Nonrestrictive and parenthetical elements
This Math lecture focuses on data interpretation and inferences, distributions of data, data collection, analysis and conclusions; Geometry
Center, spread, and shape of distributions
Data collection and conclusions
Volume word problems
Right triangle word problems
Congruence and similarity
Right triangle geometry
This Reading lecture focuses on writing styles: Argumentative, Informative, Narrative
Writing: Argument - How-to write
Writing: Informative - How-to write
Writing: Narrative - How-to write
This Math lecture focuses on geometry: angles, lengths, circles Angles, arc lengths, and trig functions