The SAT is a college entrance exam that most colleges and universities use to determine admissions. The College Board devised and administers the SAT, a multiple-choice, pencil-and-paper test. The goal of the SAT is to assess a high school student's college preparation and give universities a single data point to compare all candidates. Standardized test scores will be evaluated alongside your high school GPA, classes taken in high school, letters of recommendation from teachers or mentors, extracurricular activities, admissions interviews, and personal essays by college admissions staff. The significance of SAT scores in the college admission process varies per school. Overall, the higher your SAT and/or ACT scores, the more college possibilities you'll have and you will be able to pay for your college education.
Marshall Institute offers a comprehensive study plan that is tailored to your desired score and exam date. It gives detailed and comprehensive study material for the SAT Exam that has been developed over many years of research. For practice, it provides full-length sample test papers. For practice, it provides full-length sample test papers. For high scores, personal attention and guidance are required.
The lessons, as well as the question-and-answer session, will be delivered in a live online 1-on-1 format. For a more exam-like experience, mock examinations can be done at home on the student site or at the center.
Exam Pattern for the SAT
The SAT exam is divided into two sections: Evidence-based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and Math, as well as an optional essay. Both portions are important On a scale of 200 to 800, EBRW and Math are graded. SAT essay scores are required by a lot of universities throughout the application process, despite the fact that they are optional. The SAT Essay part has a scoring range of 2 to 8.
There are multiple-choice questions in both areas of the EBRW questions.
Math is separated into two sets of questions: one that must be completed without the use of a calculator and one that must be completed with the use of a calculator.
The majority of the Mathematics problems are multiple-choice; however, some are grid-ins, which require students to solve and fill in the solution on a bubble sheet.
The exam lasts three hours. The SAT with Essay lasts 3 hours and 50 minutes. EBRW has a time limit of 100 minutes and Math has a time limit of 80 minutes.
The classes are quite interactive. Teachers help in sparking curiosity in students' thoughts and then answering their questions.
EXHAUSTIVE DOUBT CLEARANCE
Direct interaction with the teachers enables the students to clear their doubts without any delay.
We provide faculty that is experienced, hardworking, highly cooperative, accommodative and student friendly. Our teaching pattern gives our students an outright cutting edge over the others.
Advanced Teaching Mode
Our teaching is highly concept based techniques that gives a cutting edge to our students. It helps in understanding the questions and solve them using advanced techniques
SMALL BATCH SIZE
We offer the classes in a smaller batch size in order to let the teacher give personal attention to individual students.
Attention to Detail
We at Marshall Institute work hard at providing an environment which helps the students in learning better and understanding the subject better