Henry Wan, Ph.D.
Purpose: To prepare for the SAT—Saturday, Oct. 1, 2016 and the PSAT/NMSQT–Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016
5 Sessions (Eastern Time: 6:00 – 9:00 pm), Total: 15 Hours
Dates: 8/8, 8/9, 8/10, 8/11, 8/12
Tuition: $650 (including 19 full-length real Redesigned SATs and PSATs we have purchased from the College Board and 1596 Redesigned SAT/PSAT Math questions we have collected from the College Board)
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The only way to score well on a standardized test is to study materials directly written by the test-maker. The Ivy League Education Center is uniquely equipped to maximize SAT/PSAT scores because our curriculum utilizes College Board materials. Rather than try to mimic the College Board’s questions, the program purchases all exams directly from the test maker.
We have a long history of close collaboration with the College Board and the Educational Testing Service. We have collected 16 full-length real redesigned SATs and 3 full-length real redesigned SATs as described in Table 1, which have formed our “big data” system, a golden resource for our students, who are the ultimate beneficiaries. For all questions on the recent SAT tests, we can find their “ancestors” and “roots” from the old SAT problems. We have used data mining and predictive analytics to examine the types and the frequencies of questions in all these materials, and then completely “decoded” the SAT.
We are only one in the Washington DC metropolitan area having a contract with the College Board to use all real questions from the past SAT tests in our SAT Prep program. Our students have gained great benefits from the program and received top scores on the SAT.
The new PSAT, considered to be a “preliminary SAT,” closely resembles the new SAT. Except for the fact that the PSAT does not have an essay, the two tests have very similar content, format, question types, and even scoring. In fact, all PSAT and SAT questions come from the same database developed by the College Board/Educational Testing Service. Because of this, we can use all of the test strategies, course materials, and practice activities to prepare students for the PSAT as well as the SAT.
Table 1: List of full-length real SATs and PSATs we have collected from the College Board
|2016 March SAT|
|2016 March Sunday SAT|
|2016 March International SAT|
|2016 March Sunday International SAT|
|2016 May SAT|
|2016 May Sunday SAT|
|2016 May International SAT|
|2016 May Sunday International SAT|
|2016 June SAT|
|2016 June Sunday SAT|
|2016 June International SAT|
|2016 June Sunday International SAT|
|Redesigned PSAT/NMSQT (Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015)|
|Redesigned PSAT/NMSQT Alternate Version (Oct. 28, 2015)|
|2015 Redesigned SAT: Practice Test 1|
|2015 Redesigned SAT: Practice Test 2|
|2015 Redesigned SAT: Practice Test 3|
|2015 Redesigned SAT: Practice Test 4|
|2015 PSAT/NMSQT Practice Test|
The Cover Page of the March 2016 SAT Test Booklet is shown in the Following Figure:
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