a. SAT HeadStart Program: This year-round Saturday-afternoon course is designed for students who have time to prepare more gradually to write the SAT test. The course includes a full review of English grammar related to the SAT and to school writing. Students learn vocabulary with more in-class activities to supplement their individual study. Students also develop reading comprehension skills with a wider variety of texts so that they can become independent readers on the SAT and at school. Last, students have more opportunities to write essays and receive feedback so that they can develop their writing skills for the SAT and for school. This course offers homework, a variety of test methods to measure progress, and a monthly report on progress.
b. SAT Intense Fundamentals Course: This 4-week course is designed for students who are writing the SAT very soon and who need a quick and intense overview of the most important aspects of the test. In this course, lessons are intense and focus on teaching the key knowledge and strategies for the test. Students then have home-study assignments and quizzes outside of class time to solidify their knowledge. Students write a diagnostic test at the beginning and a final progress test at the end. Students may combine this course with the SAT Advanced Practice Course in order to increase their experience with the real test.
c. SAT Total Study Course: This 8-week course is the most complete knowledge- preparation course for those students who will write the test in the near future. This course covers all the necessary concepts for SAT students in an intense fashion. Students in this course will have more opportunities for in-class practice, they will cover more material, and they will have more chances to write complete home-study assignments for feedback. This course includes a variety of quizzes and test methods outside of class time so that the class can focus on acquiring the skills and knowledge needed for the SAT. Students write a diagnostic test at the beginning and a final progress test at the end.
d. SAT Real Conditions Test Practice and Full Analysis Take-Up: This course is for those students who already understand the concepts behind the SAT, or who simply want to practice full-length tests and get immediate feedback. Students write a real SAT under realistic, timed conditions. While students take a much- needed meal break, the tests are graded according to the SAT’s real criteria and handed back to the students. Then, our head SAT instructor, who has also done the test, will project a digital version of the test on the screen and analyze the questions, reveal the strategies needed to understand them, and explain the answers in detail. Students preparing to write the SAT are strongly advised to take this course before their real test, since this is the most realistic way to practice. Students may enrol in both a knowledge course and this course at the same time. Students can enrol in the Saturday section, a weekday section, or both.
e. Winter holiday, Spring holiday, and Summer holiday intensive programs: During holiday periods, GEN Academy offers intensive daily programs to take advantage of the break and prepare for the SAT. These options include instructional courses, guided test-practice classes, and Real Conditions Test Practice classes with Full Analysis.
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