Free Seminars and Trial Classes
|Free SAT and College Webinar||10/27/14||8:00pm - 9:00pm (Eastern)||Register >>|
|SAT 2400 Live Online Trial||11/02/14||3:00pm - 5:00pm (Eastern)||Register >>|
Free SAT and College WebinarNew to the SAT and not sure what to expect? Having a hard time gaining those last few hundred points on the test? Wondering whether a classroom-based SAT course or an online SAT prep class is a better fit for you? Need help on the rest of your applications? Whether you are looking for some direction on where to start or how to enhance your preparation efforts, learning a few key strategies can make all the difference in your test preparation.
Register for an upcoming free live online SAT prep and college admissions seminar from Veritas Prep to learn more about the tools and techniques you can use to conquer the exam and your applications.
During the one-hour session, you will learn:
- Many of the same strategies that Shaan Patel utilized to go from a 1760 to a perfect 2400
- The secret selection process at the world’s most elite universities
- How to leverage the SAT and the application cycle
- What to do between now and test day
SAT 2400 Live Online Trial ClassRegister to attend a 2-hour SAT 2400 trial class. The class will introduce prospective students and parents to the SAT and dispel commonly held myths about the test. Over the course of two hours, one of Veritas Prep’s 99th percentile SAT instructors will teach some of the most effective techniques and strategies for the major sections of the SAT: Math, Writing, Critical Reading, and the SAT Essay. After attending the class, students will leave with powerful tips and strategies for the SAT and will understand why test prep is so important for the SAT.
During the two-hour session, you will:
- Be taught by one of our 99th percentile SAT instructors
- Learn key facts about the SAT that will help boost your score right away
- Discover some of our most powerful strategies for the SAT Essay, Math, Writing and Reading Passages sections
- Have an opportunity to ask specific questions about the SAT or review any concepts not already covered