If you sit with us for SAT you will know that you have SAT at the right place! Preparing for the SAT could be an arduous task for you. However, it has not been so since TI ABROAD / THE IMMACULATE made its timely entry into the training segment for applicants desiring to pursue higher education in international schools and colleges. We have been pioneers & trendsetters setters in the field of SAT training and we have established our credentials through world class training.
TI ABROAD / THE IMMACULATE was dedicated in the year 2005 by a stalwart educationist DEBBIE WESTCOTT. One of the biggest and most renowned global education companies in India with 11+ years of experience in assisting students to make clear decisions about their future and guiding them about their education options both in India and overseas.
TI ABROAD / THE IMMACULATE offers coaching classes for many competitive and entrance examinations, English fluency courses, IELTS, TOEFL, PTE (Pearson Test of English- Academic) GRE, GMAT, NEET Coaching and all the exams run by the British Council, University of Cambridge ESOL examinations, NATIONAL LEVEL ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS FOR MEDICAL and ENGINEERING, IDP Australia, Pearson Academic and ETS Global examinations. The team of dedicated trainers and counselors are proud to have trained thousands of students from various cities in India and abroad. Our focus is to include learners worldwide who chose to study directly at the institution in Adyar, Chennai or online. TI ABROAD / THE IMMACULATE is known for its commitment to teaching, obtaining good scores for their students and constant advancement in new learning techniques and increasing opportunities for students internationally and employability in India.
The test is challenging and it's no cakewalk! We offer several ways to secure a high score in the SAT. The introduction class is very informative, educative and also an eye-opener and brain-stormer. This has made us world leaders in training for SAT. Our world-class trainers have always been our trademark and they lay emphasis on smart options to tackle the questions and obtain a big score. They instill in young minds the value of time management, vocabulary enrichment, lexical and grammatical accuracy which play a pivotal role in keeping them focused on scoring high in the SAT examination. They are amicable and develop a personal bond with the students. They are a real delight and make the students feel at ease and offer them the freedom to express their views and ask questions without any inhibition. Our trainers are adept at providing and recommending the best strategies and ‘out-of-the box’ tips for a brilliant and rewarding score in the SAT!
We have created ripples and goose bumps with our SAT scores globally. Our’s is an institute where you will find, the best course material for practice along with upgraded technical equipment, well-lit and ventilated classrooms and spic and span surroundings which make for a fulfilling learning experience. Our coaching is cost effective and every student is treated equally with utmost care.
Our SAT Test-prep program includes the exclusive course ware –BARRON’s SAT COACHING, Mc.Graw-Hill Education SAT Coaching, Amazon Publications and free online & mock tests.
We also have a vast understanding of university entry requirements and admission processes worldwide with our wide network of partner institutions across the globe where thousands of students are placed annually having successfully achieved their desired test scores.
We have flexible and convenient schedules that suit students' needs and requirements with small batch sizes that allow for personalized attention to ensure that every individual attains the desired score by understanding the key test concepts owing to our comprehensive guidance on effective test taking strategies.
The NEW SAT 2016 format
SAT stands for Scholastic Aptitude Test. It is a standardized test, designed to measure critical thinking, reading and analytical skills and writing skills through three sections- math, critical reading writing and language and Essay (optional).The SAT tests a student's capability and their likelihood to succeed in a course which and is one of the several factors that many universities and colleges consider when making their admission decisions alongside high school grades.
The NEW SAT structure:
Number of Questions
80 minutes (55 minutes with calculator + 25 minutes without calculator)
Problem-solving and data analysis;"The Heart of Algebra";"Passport to Advanced Math";Real-world problem solving accompanied by informational graphics
1 Evidence-Based Reading to test understanding of U.S. and World Literature
Writing and Language
"Expression of Ideas" and "Standard English Conventions" through passages relating to Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities, and Science
Reading, analysis, and writing skills; requires students to analyze a source document and explain how the author builds an argument
THE NEW SAT Scoring Methodology
Two sections of SAT (Mathematics and Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) are scored on a scale ranging from 200-800 points giving a possible total of 1600. Sub scores and insight scores are also reported along with an optional essay (scored separately).
Questions that a student does not answer do not count either for or against their score. No negative marking for wrong answers on the math questions where the answers have to be entered into a grid. The raw score for each section is then converted into a scaled score. This is where the score of 200–800 points comes from, which is done through a statistical process called 'equating'.
To remember when taking the New SAT:
Unlike the old SAT there is no negative marking or wrong-answer penalty and too much time must not be spent on answering specific questions, especially, in the Critical Reading section. The critical reading section now does not asks for sentence completion. There are only 4 answer choices per question in the New SAT test format.SAT is available in print and digitally.
TI ABROAD / THE IMMACULATE’s key facts about the NEW SAT:
In India, the SAT is offered in the months of January, May, June, October, November and December.
The test is generally conducted on the first Saturday of the month (except in the month of January, when it is held on the last Saturday).
Students have 3 hours (3 hours 50 minutes with optional essay) to take the SAT, not including breaks and check-in time.
SAT scores are valid for five years.
Students can take the test more than once to see if they can score better. Two to three times is the maximum recommended number of attempts.
The essay question asks students to analyze a 650-700 word document and explain how the author builds an argument. Students need not have previous knowledge of any particular subject to answer the essay question as the test focuses on the reading, writing, and analysis skills of the test-takers.
A scoreclose to the mean (average) - about 500 on critical reading and writing and 500 on mathematics - shows that a student has scored quite well.
Each college has its own way of using test scores and evaluating applicants. The SAT score reports sent to colleges include score ranges and percentiles that provide some context for how well a student has performed in the test.
Scores are valid for five years after the testing year in which a student was tested.
There is an on-screen calculator for use in the Quantitative Reasoning section to reduce the emphasis on computation and to ensure that the student focuses more attention on reasoning skills.
There is emphasis within the test on vocabulary enrichment through reading.
Fees and Costs
The cost to take the SAT for Indian students is US$ 92.
The cost to take the SAT with Essay for Indian students is US$ 103.50.
In addition to the cost of taking the SAT, other charges may apply in certain circumstances. Further details of costs can be found on http://sat.collegeboard.org/home