SAT Reading and Writing Prep (Winter-Spring)

The Writing portion of the class reviews the key concepts in grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, and question answering techniques, process of elimination.


What will I learn in this class?

The Writing portion of the class reviews the key concepts in grammar, rhetoric, reading charts, and question answering techniques, process of elimination.
The Reading portion of the class reviews reading techniques for narrative, expository, and argumentative passages. Students also will learn about strategies to eliminate options and manage time.
Students will also learn the alternative strategies for the problem types, so they can choose the most time-effective method.

What are the benefits of this class?
- Students gain 100 points (50 math + 50 verbal) on average.
- Rigorous homework ensures familiarity with problem types and approach strategies.
- Rapid and live feedback helps students fill any knowledge gaps.
- Reliable best practice and test shortcuts help students know how to reduce time and stress.
- Multiple-full length tests help hone in students' skills even further.
- Students meet like-minded, ambitious students who motivate each other.
Recommended for students who are planning to take the SAT in the future, especially the upcoming SATs on March 9 and June 1, 2019.

Who teaches the class?
With 14 years of teaching/tutoring Math, Physics, and SAT, Neil Nguyen is the most experienced instructor at Tokyo Academics and he will be teaching the SAT class at Tokyo American Club. He also directs the Math, Physics, and SAT curriculum development team at Tokyo Academics. Neil is a UC Berkeley-trained engineer and a former robotics developer. He also holds has a Masters in Economics from Tokyo University.


Winter
13-17 yrs | Jan 19–Mar 2 | Sat | 1pm–4pm | 7 classes | Cancel by Jan 19 | ¥158,760

Spring
13-17 yrs | Apr 6–May 18 | Sat | 1pm–4pm | 7 classes | Cancel by Apr 6 | ¥158,760

 

  • Winter students’ optional mock test day (free): Sunday, Feb 17 at 9am-1pm in Jean Pearce.
  • Spring students’ optional mock test day (free): Saturday, May 4 at 9am-1pm in Toko Shinoda and Yukiko Maki classrooms.
  • Minimum of 3 students must be met for this class to run.
  • Prices include 8 percent consumption tax.