Training on ​SAT

Online Training

The SAT (Scholastic Assessment Test) is an internationally-standardized test widely used for undergraduate college admissions in the United States and a few other countries. The test is intended to assess students' readiness for college.

The SAT has two main sections - Evidence-Based Reading & Writing (EBRW, also known as the "English" portion of the test) and the Math section. These two sections are further broken down into four sections - Reading, Writing & Language, Math (no calculator), and Math (calculator allowed). The test-taker is optionally able to write an essay, in which case, is the fifth test section. The total time for the scored portion of the SAT is 03:00 hours (or 03:50 Hrs if the optional essay section is taken, which gets an additional 50 minutes). Some Universities/Colleges may require the Essay test to be taken; so be sure to check it before you take the SAT. Students usually take this test in their junior / senior year of high school, on any of seven annual testing dates and at hundreds of exam centers around the United States and worldwide.

The SAT is intended to measure literacy, writing and numeracy skills needed for academic success in college education. Its creators state that the SAT assesses how well the test-takers analyze and solve problems, using the skills they learned in school, which they would need in college. The test is conducted under a tight time frame to help produce a range of scores. ​Scores on the SAT range from 400 to 1600, combining test results from two 200-to-800-point sections - the Mathematics section and the Evidence-Based Reading & Writing section. The essay, if taken, would be scored separately from the two section scores. The SAT costs USD55.00, excluding late fees, with additional processing fees if it is taken outside the United States.

Advantages of our Online SAT Training Service


  • Time management tactics for Math problem solving will be taught to maximize your score
  • Techniques to help Students compute like a calculator/computer for the "no calculator" Math test
  • Regular mock-tests after a certain stage, demonstrating consistent score improvement
  • Highly skilled faculty for comprehensive training, along with Multi-level worksheets, practice questions & mock tests
  • Efficient training in all applicable subjects (like literature, historical documents, social sciences, natural sciences, Grammar, vocabulary in context, editing skills, Algebra I & II, geometry, trigonometry)
  • Highly flexible timings & settings to suit students' special or unique needs
  • Highly affordable
  • Conducted by very competent trainers
  • One-on-one mode of online training is also available
  • Customizable training that covers each part together or individually
  • Various batches during weekdays and weekends that allows affordable online training packages
  • Study material would be supplied well in advance
  • Accelerated mode, brush-up mode like training sessions can also be arranged
  • Online training is conducted using simple, easy-to-use, feature-rich and robust LMS (Learning Management System)
  • Free introductory / model sessions are conducted regularly for candidates to verify the standard of our LMS & trainer(s)
  • Regular webinars are conducted to answer questions / queries from prospective participants as well as active / registered participants
  • Excellent customer support to resolve technical and admin issues


Useful Facts & Tips for taking the SAT

  • The SAT is conducted 7 times per year: January, March/April, May, June, October, November & December.
  • Most sections of the SAT are usually arranged in the easiest to the hardest order, except for the reading passage sections and the grammar passage sections. So, if you must omit any questions for any reason, you can choose the tougher ones at the end of each section.
  • Spend about 1 minute per question in the math sections, 30 seconds per question in the sentence completion sections, and 1 minute per question in the reading comprehension sections.
  • Check which formulas are given to you at the beginning of every math section, so that you don’t spend time memorizing them. The SAT provides you with the formulas for the circumference of a circle, the areas of a circle, square & triangle, the volumes of a rectangular solid & cylinder, the formula for Pythagorean theorem, the formulas for 30-60-90 & 45-45-90 triangles, and the number of degrees in a circle & a triangle.
  • If you can eliminate at least one answer choice, guess. If you can’t eliminate any, omit. Omit only when you have absolutely no idea about the answer.
  • Attend the easy & less-difficult questions first. Obviously.
  • To solve a sentence completion question, decide which word you would use in the blank if you were writing the sentence, and then look for the closest one in the answer choices. If you don’t know the best-fit word, eliminate the ones that don’t work from the choices list, and guess from the remaining ones.
You will be given a lot more tips & tricks during our online training sessions.