SAT Training Course in Dubai Abu Dhabi

SAT training Course in Dubai Sharjah & Abu Dhabi

Brighter Prep Dubai & Abu Dhabi, UAE is a leading institute for international testing preparatory programs. We provide end-to-end guidance at SAT training classes, to ensure each student the best possible preparation and highest scores possible.

 

The three pillars that have scripted remarkable success for our SAT aspirants are our experienced faculty, rigorous training schedule and unlimited simulation computerized tests.

Brighter Prep’s SAT faculty is the best. Each faculty member is recognized for experience and achievement. Each trainer is from the world’s top preparatory test training institutions. It is integral to our academic culture that all trainers have the right qualifications with high scores (99%) at the preparatory program in focus.

International Dates and Deadlines

Deadlines expire at 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time, U.S. To see U.S. test dates, visit Test Dates and Deadlines.

2016-17 International SAT Administration Dates and Deadlines
SAT Date SAT Subject Tests Available Early Registration via Representative Registration Deadline Deadline for Changes
Oct 01, 2016
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Aug 22, 2016 Sep 01, 2016 Sep 20, 2016
Nov 05, 2016
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Sep 21, 2016 Oct 07, 2016 Oct 25, 2016
Dec 03, 2016
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Oct 19, 2016 Nov 03, 2016 Nov 22, 2016
Jan 21, 2017
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Dec 07, 2016 Dec 21, 2016 Jan 10, 2017
May 06, 2017
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Mar 22, 2017 Apr 07, 2017 Apr 25, 2017
Jun 03, 2017
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Apr 25, 2017 May 09, 2017 May 24, 2017

This brings two immediate benefits to our SAT aspirants, the right environment and focus in preparing for SAT exam, and relaying of tips and tricks to score high at the SAT exam. We understand that, the quality of the training is greatly based on the quality of trainers and their accomplishments in the specific preparatory training program. Our trainers are the best in the class, and have always endeared all with their committed and focused training interventions.

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SAT Test Preparation Course in Dubai Sharjah & Abu Dhabi

Brighter Prep’s SAT preparatory classes are offered in Group, One-on-one and Hybrid basis

  • Group Course: 76 hours | 36 hours Classroom Training | 40 hours Practice Tests
  • Individual Course: Personalized one-on-one instruction | Full length practice tests and review sessions afterwards | Expert feedback on the essays | Access to our SAT library for extra study
  • Study Materials: SAT Verbal and Math handbooks | SAT Vocabulary, Grammar and Math flash cards | SAT Math & Verbal Questions practice book | 10 practice tests

Reading Test Measures

A lot more goes into reading than you might realize — and the Reading Test measures a range of reading skills.

Command of Evidence

Some questions ask you to:

  • Find evidence in a passage (or pair of passages) that best supports the answer to a previous question or serves as the basis for a reasonable conclusion.
  • Identify how authors use evidence to support their claims.
  • Find a relationship between an informational graphic and the passage it’s paired with.

Words in Context

Many questions focus on important, widely used words and phrases that you’ll find in texts in many different subjects. The words are ones that you’ll use in college and the workplace long after test day.

The new SAT focuses on your ability to:

  • Use context clues in a passage to figure out which meaning of a word or phrase is being used.
  • Decide how an author’s word choice shapes meaning, style, and tone.

Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science

The Reading Test includes passages in the fields of history, social studies, and science. You’ll be asked questions that require you to draw on the reading skills needed most to succeed in those subjects. For instance, you might read about an experiment then see questions that ask you to:

  • Examine hypotheses.
  • Interpret data.
  • Consider implications.

Answers are based only on the content stated in or implied by the passage.

Writing and Language Test Measures

Questions on the Writing and Language Test measure a range of skills.

Command of Evidence

Questions that test command of evidence ask you to improve the way passages develop information and ideas. For instance, you might choose an answer that sharpens an argumentative claim or adds a relevant supporting detail.

Words in Context

Some questions ask you to improve word choice. You’ll need to choose the best words to use based on the text surrounding them. Your goal will be to make a passage more precise or concise, or to improve syntax, style, or tone.

Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science

You’ll be asked to read passages about topics in history, social studies, and science with a critical eye and make editorial decisions that improve them.

Expression of Ideas

Some questions ask about a passage’s organization and its impact. For instance, you will be asked which words or structural changes improve how well it makes its point and how well its sentences and paragraphs work together.

Standard English Conventions

This is about the building blocks of writing: sentence structure, usage, and punctuation. You’ll be asked to change words, clauses, sentences, and punctuation. Some topics covered include verb tense, parallel construction, subject-verb agreement, and comma use.

Math Test Measures

SAT -2 Geometry

The Math Test is a chance to show that you:

  • Carry out procedures flexibly, accurately, efficiently, and strategically.
  • Solve problems quickly by identifying and using the most efficient solution approaches. This might involve solving a problem by inspection, finding a shortcut, or reorganizing the information you’ve been given.

Conceptual Understanding

You’ll demonstrate your grasp of math concepts, operations, and relations. For instance, you might be asked to make connections between properties of linear equations, their graphs, and the contexts they represent.

Applications

These real-world problems ask you to analyze a situation, determine the essential elements required to solve the problem, represent the problem mathematically, and carry out a solution.

Calculator Use

Calculators are important tools, and to succeed after high school, you’ll need to know how — and when — to use them. In the Math Test – Calculator portion of the test, you’ll be able to focus on complex modeling and reasoning because your calculator can save you time.

However, the calculator is, like any tool, only as smart as the person using it. The Math Test includes some questions where it’s better not to use a calculator, even though you’re allowed to. In these cases, students who make use of structure or their ability to reason will probably finish before students who use a calculator.

The Math Test – No Calculator portion of the test makes it easier to assess your fluency in math and your understanding of some math concepts. It also tests well-learned technique and number sense.

Grid-In Questions

Although most of the questions on the Math Test are multiple choice, 22 percent are student-produced response questions, also known as grid-ins. Instead of choosing a correct answer from a list of options, you’ll need to solve problems and enter your answers in the grids provided on the answer sheet.

Gridding-In Answers

  • Mark no more than one circle in any column.
  • Only answers indicated by filling in the circle will be scored (you won’t receive credit for anything written in the boxes located above the circles).
  • It doesn’t matter in which column you begin entering their answers; as long as the responses are recorded within the grid area, you’ll receive credit.
  • The grid can hold only four decimal places and can only accommodate positive numbers and zero.
  • Unless a problem indicates otherwise, answers can be entered on the grid as a decimal or a fraction.
  • Fractions like 3 over 24 do not need to be reduced to their lowest terms.
  • All mixed numbers need to be converted to improper fractions before being recorded in the grid.
  • If the answer is a repeating decimal, students must grid the most accurate value the grid will accommodate.

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