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The ACT and SAT math sections may test the same fundamental concepts and problem solving skills, but the two tests diverge in important ways–especially for those seeking the highest scores. Find out the special content areas only tested on the SAT along with essential strategic and time management insights for maximum success on test day!   This two-hour online Master Class is ideal for any student seeking a high percentile Math score on the SAT who has already begun the process of preparing for the exam.   Advance registration is required. Register through our Student Information Form and specify the Advanced SAT Math Master Class. We will reply to registrants by email with the invitation to this Zoom seminar.   ABOUT YOUR HOST: After 20 years as one of New Jersey’s most successful and popular tutors and a 33-year career as an executive with the Port Authority of New York and…

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Though all students know it, not too many love it: the dreaded persuasive essay. What student hasn’t been compelled to learn the techniques of argumentation, incorporating claim, evidence, and reasoning, to craft a written or spoken persuasion piece? Happily, students can use these mandatory learning experiences in persuasive writing to their advantage in understanding SAT historical passages. The College Board explains how the U.S. Founding Documents and the Great Global Conversation, added in the last major test revision, evaluates understanding of classic rhetoric in action: “Authors, speakers, and thinkers from the United States and around the world… have broadened and deepened the conversation around such vital matters as freedom, justice, and human dignity.” Students will encounter passages from great leaders who, over time, have addressed vital issues in the areas of human rights, equality, government, citizenship, and the improvement of society. These leaders wrote not merely to inform but to…

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With all the uncertainty swirling around school openings this fall, the last thing most families want to consider is SAT and ACT testing. However, the recent rash of colleges declaring test optional policies for the HS class of 2021 shouldn’t be viewed as respite from admissions testing. Most attributes of college applications–near-perfect grades, outstanding extracurriculars, poignant essays, and glowing recommendations–are also “optional” but 100% necessary for those seeking entry to competitive schools and maybe some merit aid to boot. Make no mistake: high school juniors and seniors should STRONGLY consider testing this fall. Of course, the rash of test cancellations over the last several months may discourage even the most proactive planners. The good news amidst so much bad is that College Board and ACT have added an unprecedented number of test dates to the beginning of the 2020-21 calendar: SAT – August 29 ACT – September 12 ACT –…

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Take the June SAT or SAT Subject Tests at the testing center of your choice. Don’t forget to register first! The regular registration deadline for the June 6 SAT is May 8, 2020. The late registration period for the June 6 SAT is May 19-27, 2020.   Frequently Asked Questions Should you take the June SAT? When is the best time to take SAT Subject Tests? What should you know about registering for the SAT? What are the other SAT dates in 2020?

Taking timed practice tests is an essential part of test prep, but you don’t get the full benefit until you review your tests with experts. As athletes and performers well know, practice and coaching lead to the most significant improvement. In this session, we will review the SAT administered during our free online practice SAT on May 30. Contact us in advance if you want to take this test on your own to review in this group session. The review will cover as many questions from all four sections of the test as possible, with an emphasis on the questions that deliver the most benefit. This is a single 2-hour class open to all students, including those who already work with Chariot Learning. Our special discounted fee is $50 for all students. No refunds will be issued on the day of the scheduled session. Advance registration is required. Register by…

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Taking timed practice tests is an essential part of test prep, but you don’t get the full benefit until you review your tests with experts. As athletes and performers well know, practice and coaching lead to the most significant improvement. In this session, we will review the SAT administered during our free online practice SAT on May 30. Contact us in advance if you want to take this test on your own to review in this group session. The review will cover as many questions from all four sections of the test as possible, with an emphasis on the questions that deliver the most benefit. This is a single 2-hour class open to all students, including those who already work with Chariot Learning. Our special discounted fee is $50 for all students. No refunds will be issued on the day of the scheduled session. Advance registration is required. Register by…

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