Term June 29, 2019 to July 24, 2019
Days Weekdays (Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday)
Time 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Verbal The IES Verbal course is designed to teach students how to read passages quickly for the content dimensions that they will encounter on the SAT. Command of evidence, purpose of paragraph, word in context, and applying visual information from graphs to analytical concepts will be covered. Students will be taught several techniques to breakdown the passage and the questions. This technique will be practiced on Global Conversation, History/ Social Studies, World Literature, and Natural Science passages. The student will begin with a diagnostic; we will chart their improvement with a follow-up midterm and final test.
Writing will consist of learning the standards of conventional English that will be tested in the new paragraph form on the SAT. The student will also be taught to master the difficult content dimensions of style, word usage, cohesion, and organization.
The materials in this course will not be available anywhere else and are written by experts in the field.
Math The IES New SAT Math course is designed to fully prepare students for the extensive group of topics that will be required by the College Board. Core algebraic and geometric strategies will be reinforced, in addition to the development of a solid foundation for the newly emphasized content areas geared toward college readiness, including Data Analysis and Statistics. Students will learn a great deal of useful techniques for approaching specific problems in accurate and efficient ways. The students will be able to track their progress through attaining a diagnostic test score and monitoring their growth through a midterm and final exam as well.
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