SAT Tutoring


Our SAT program use integrated and innovative approach to connect and prepare students with the right tools, personalized learning, and assist them to achieve their educational goals.

SAT is a standardized college admission test, widely used in United States since 1926. The SAT is owned and published by the College Board, a private, nonprofit organization and is developed and administered on behalf of the College Board by the Educational Testing Service. SAT tests your knowledge of reading, writing and math — subjects that are taught every day in high school classrooms. Your knowledge and skills in these subjects are important for success in college and throughout your life. Basically, the test is intended to assess a student's readiness for college.

Our Approach

Preparing for SAT can be very challenging to a busy high schooler. We can help you get into the college of your dreams by systematically and strategically planning the course of action towards achieving great scores. The student will start with a full length, 4hrs Diagnostic Test. Together with the test results and the feedback given by the parents and the student we create a customized curriculum tailored to the needs of a particular student. The tutoring happens in very small group of 3 students to one teacher ratio. Our teachers are highly qualified, experienced and are fully equipped to take care of the special needs & goals of every student. To suit the swamped schedules of our students we provide a very flexible schedule that can be adjusted with as less as one days’ notice.


Your SAT score is a pivotal component for college admissions. Our SAT course will help give you the tools and practice you need to improve your SAT scores. Our comprehensive tutoring program are research-based and specifically designed to help students gain a thorough understanding and prepare for the test.

The SAT is offered seven times in an academic year: August, October, November, December, March, May and June. Select and prepare for the right test dates to contribute success in the tests. We will be involved in the planning and executing different strategies throughout the high school and during the college admission process in 12th grade. We will help you select the right APs, register for the appropriate SAT test dates and select the right colleges. South Riding Learning Center can also assist you in preparing your admission forms and even drafting amazing college essays.

Program Highlights

  • Diagnostic Test
  • Structured Customized Curriculum
  • Experienced & Qualified Teachers
  • Intense, three-on-one tutoring
  • Practice Tests
  • Follow up conferences
  • College Counselling
  • College Essays
  • Flexible Schedule

Highlights of Redesigned SAT

Features Description
No penalty for wrong answers. There will be no penalty for guessing the answer.
Optional Essay Essay will be optional and scored separately
Total score will be 1600 instead of 2400

800 - Math

800 - Evidence based reading and writing

Instead of 10 sections there will be only 5 sections

Reading section : 65 minutes

Writing section : 35 minutes

Math with calculator : 55 minutes

Math with calculator : 55 minutes

Optional Essay Section : 50 minutes


Reading: No Obscure Vocabulary words and no Sentence Completions. Passages will be more focused on historical and scientific topics.

Writing: Will have to identify grammatical errors in passages rather than single sentences. The Writing section tests "Expression of Ideas" and "Standard English Conventions" through passages relating to Careers, History/Social Studies, Humanities, and Science.

Math:Will focus on problem solving and data analysis. Will also include advance Math with Pre-Calculus and Trigonometry.

Multiple choice questions Will have only 4 answer choices for multiple choice questions instead of the standard 5 choices
Testing time 3 hrs (plus 50 minutes for the Optional Essay Section)