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Uwezo is the first institute to introduce Adaptive-SAT Testing. With our App, you start experiencing the adaptive nature of the SAT from DAY 1. Not only will you do 10 mocks as a part of our training, but you'll also practice by concept before starting the Adaptive Mock Tests. We have ONLINE and OFFLINE options. What is Adaptive SAT?
You can either go buy a 1000-page SAT Book or study with Uwezo Learning’s Reading Primer, Writing and Language Primer and Math Primer – each less than 80 pages! After 10 years and helping 100’s of students achieve their dream scores, we know the psyche of every type of student. With this in mind, we have created our own material to help you master the SAT – with less effort and less stress. Score higher with SAT® coaching in Hyderabad. Join now for personalized training, strategic insights, and impressive results!
Our App helps you understand exactly where you stand at any given time, against your desired score. You get detailed explanations for every question, and can clear doubts with teachers, if any. We publish scores for the entire batch at the end of each test or mock. Our dedicated counselors and staff guarantee that you'll never miss an assignment. What's more, you can log into the App and review your performance 24x7.
Uwezo Learning’s SAT® coaching involves a total of over 60 hours of instruction, followed by 10 or more mocks. First, 50 hours are spent on covering SAT English and SAT Math. Each concept and topic is practiced in the classroom and then more exercises are done in our App.
After the initial 50 hours of coaching is done, students will start doing full-length mock tests in our App. Mock scores are given immediately along with an explanation for each correct answer. Additional teaching of approximately 10-15 hours is conducted to alleviate challenges faced by students as well as to reinforce key concepts and techniques. By the time a student has done 5-6 mocks, he or she should be scoring close to what they can expect in the actual exam.
Reviews are provided for the mocks to identify areas of improvement and clear doubts. Detailed explanations for each mock are also provided for students to do self review.
The objective of the SAT Exam is to evaluate students’ aptitude and reasoning skills in both Reading and Math. It is a timed exam and, now, it’s also adaptive – the difficulty level of the questions automatically adjusts to the accuracy of the given answers. As the same level of the test is administered across the world, by a single organization, the College Board, it makes it easy for universities to understand SAT scores.
Although some colleges are maintaining their “test optional” policy, Uwezo Learning highly recommends that every student obtain a good score in SAT and provide it. A good performance in the SAT exam will enhance your chances of admission, giving you another way of standing out.
The main objective of the Adaptive SAT is to move away from One Size Fits All used until March 2023 – interestingly, College Board will not be introducing Adaptive SAT in the U.S.A. Until 2024. By dynamically adjusting the difficulty level of questions that commensurate with the aptitude and ability of each student. This helps the SAT give scores that reflect more accurately of the students’ capabilities.
In addition to being Adaptive, the new SAT is also shorter in length. The College Board believes that the new format will provide an accurate representation of every student’s college readiness. The College Board further contends that the new SAT will be easier for students and reflects more accurately the curriculum students would face in college and beyond. According to the College Board, this will make the SAT easier for students and is a better reflection of what students will face during college and beyond.
While there is no hard and fast rule as to when one should take the SAT, Uwezo firmly believes that the SAT should be taken in early 11th grade. For this, a student must get the coaching right after 10th grade, preferably during the holidays when there are no other distractions. The entire coaching plus practice will consume about 4-6 months; this will allow you to take the SAT in October, November or December. Uwezo also believes that a proper and diligent SAT prep will alleviate the need for multiple attempts. Once the SAT is out of the way, you can focus on academics; remember, college applications process must also begin in April or May, a full year before you graduate.