SAT preparation course

This is an excellent opportunity to achieve a high score and succeed in college admissions!

1-on-1 (individual) classes in a virtual classroom

Highly qualified teachers

Master proven techniques for each SAT section — "Reading and Writing", and "Math"

    How it works?

    My eTalk virtual classroom

    All сlasses are held on My eTalk platform with video, audio, virtual classroom with digital interactive learning materials.

    1-on-1 with a teacher

    Individual lessons 1 on 1 with a teacher at a convenient time for you. Scheduling, messaging tool, records of past classes, and homework are all available on the platform.

    50 minutes for adults,
    25 minutes for children

    Duration of one lesson. During this time, the maximum concentration of attention is maintained.

    What is SAT?

    The Scholastic Assessment Test, commonly known as the SAT, is a standardized exam that is primarily used for admission to colleges, universities, and scholarships in the United States. At the same time, it goes beyond the United States and is used in many educational institutions around the world. Countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, various European countries, Singapore, Japan, India, Mexico, and the UAE are among those that may consider SAT scores in the application process, especially for international students.

    Administered by the non-profit organization College Board, the SAT serves the primary purpose of evaluating a student’s preparedness for admission. It also furnishes institutions of higher education with a unified benchmark, facilitating the comparison of academic capabilities among applicants.

    Conducted digitally on devices such as Mac and Windows computers, iPads, and school-provided Chromebooks, the exam spans approximately 2 hours and 14 minutes. It consists of two main sections, Reading and Writing, and Math, each further divided into two independent modules.

    The cumulative exam score, ranging from 400 to 1600, is an amalgamation of scores from these sections, with each section scoring between 200-800 points.

    The SAT accreditation remains valid for a duration of 5 years.

    Structure of the SAT test

    The exam comprises two sections, “Reading and Writing” and “Mathematics,” each divided into two modules of equivalent length. The first module includes a mix of easy, moderate, and challenging questions, influencing the difficulty of the second module based on student performance. The Reading and Writing section has 54 questions, and the Math section has 44 questions.

    Reading and Writing Section
    This segment assesses reading comprehension, rhetoric, and language usage in academic and literary contexts. The questions fall into four categories:

    • Information and Ideas
    • Craft and Structure
    • Expression of Ideas
    • Standard English Conventions


    Math Section
    It assesses the application of mathematical concepts and problem-solving in various contexts. The math questions are categorized into four areas:

    • Algebra
    • Advanced Math
    • Problem Solving and Data Analysis
    • Geometry and Trigonometry

    What do you get out of the course?

    • Familiarity with the format and structure of the SAT, including question types, time limits, and overall test layout

    • Effective test-taking strategies

    • Development of critical thinking skills

    • Individualized feedback and score analysis

    • Self-confidence and reduced test-taking anxiety

    • Awareness of admission strategies

    • Increased potential for scholarships


    Choose learning format

    10 classes

    $ 34 per class
    • 50 min
    • $340 per package

    20 classes

    $ 32.3 per class
    • 50 min
    • $648 per package
    • save 5%

    40 classes

    $ 30.6 per class
    • 50 min
    • $1255 per package
    • save 10% + 1 lesson as a gift

    60 classes

    $ 28.9 per class
    • 50 min
    • $1790 per package
    • save 15% + 2 lessons as a gift

    10 classes

    $ 55 per class
    • 50 min
    • $550 per package

    20 classes

    $ 52.3 per class
    • 50 min
    • $1045 per package
    • save 5%

    40 classes

    $ 49.5 per class
    • 50 min
    • $2030 per package
    • save 10% + 1 lesson as a gift

    60 classes

    $ 46.8 per class
    • 50 min
    • $2900 per package
    • save 15% + 2 lessons as a gift
    Choose a teacher from possible categories:

    1. Near Native – is an experienced foreign teacher with fluent English
    2. Native Speaker – a teacher from an English-speaking country