Build your strategy to approach college entrance exams with confidence. While some colleges and universities are waiving standardized test scores, many still use scores to determine merit scholarships.
Spend two Saturdays in SMU's intensive Online SAT Bootcamp covering tips, tools, and techniques to help you achieve your best score on the SAT exam and take the next step to achieve your academic goals you may encounter on the exam. Our experienced instructors present information in manageable units, focusing on each component of the exam, giving you the skills needed to approach each question. In our online class you will interact with the instructor and other students via Zoom and navigate course material and practice problems in the Learning Management System (Canvas). With SMU Test Prep, you will gain the skills needed for success on the SAT and reach your exam date ready to perform at your peak.
What is the SAT?
What score do you need?
Grammar Skills Practice
Break: 5 minutes
Writing and Language Test:
Close reading skills
Math skills practice
Math test practice
Break: 10 minutes
Reflection & Wrap Up
Students should be prepared with paper, a pencil, and the calculator that they plan to use during the SAT exam. The registration fee includes all other materials including workbooks and practice exams; they will be available on the LMS (Canvas) to view and/or print.
There will be short breaks throughout class.
About Our Curriculum
Using curriculum developed by experienced local test preparation professionals, SMU Test Prep instructors are veteran educators who care about helping students achieve their goals. SMU works with our instructors to tailor our classroom experiences to the specific needs of the students.
Who should take this course?
SMU's SAT Online Bootcamp Test Prep course is ideal for students who are dedicated to their personal academic success. This course is ideal for current high school juniors who are planning to take the SAT for the first time; we also recommend this course for students who may have previously taken the exam but wish to improve their scores. Students should expect to actively participate in class.