Math 1: Heart of Algebra (Part 1)
Covers Linear Equations, System of Equations, Graphs and Word Problems.
System of Linear Equations
Math 2: Heart of Algebra (Part 2), Problem Solving & Data Analysis (Part 1)
Covers Inequalities, 1-D & 2-D graphs and then moves to Rates, Ratios, Proportions, Variations, Units & Conversions, and Percentages.
Rates, Ratios, Proportions, Percentages
Math 3: Problem Solving & Data Analysis (Part 2)
Covers Scatter Plots, Best Fit Lines, Data Modeling, Descriptive Statistics, Probability, 2-way Frequency Tables, and Graphic Organizers.
Statistics & Probability
Reading 1: Information and Ideas
Covers basic reading skills including Determining Implicit Meanings, Using Analogical Reasoning, and Determining Explicit Meanings.
Command of Evidence, Reading Closely, Determining Central Ideas & Themes
Summarizing, Understanding Relationships, Vocab-in-Context
Reading 2: Rhetoric
Covers analyzing Text Structures, Claims & Counter Claims, Reasoning, and Evindences.
Analyzing Word Choices and Text Structure
Analyzing Points of View, Purpose, and Arguments
Reading 3: Synthesis
Covers Drawing Conclusions & Making Connections Between Sentences and Deriving Information from Charts, Tables & Graphs.
Analyzing Multiple Texts
Analyzing Quantitative Information
Math 4: Advanced Math (Part 1)
Covers Exponents, Radicals, Rational Expressions/ Equations, Polynomial Operations, Functions and Graphs.
Math 5: Advanced Math (Part 2), Additional Math Topics (Part 1)
Covers Quadratic Equations, Parabolas, Mixed Equations, and Imaginary Numbers.
Math 6: Additional Math Topics (Part 2)
Covers Plane Geometry (Lines, Angles, Triangles, Circles), Similarity, Congruence, 3-D Shapes, and Trigonometry.
Writing 1: Expression of Ideas
Covers Determining Themes in Text, Improving the Logic & Cohesion of Text, and Working on the Rhetorical Purpose of Text.
Effective Language Use & Organization of Ideas
Development of Ideas
Writing 2: Standard English Conventions
Covers Sentence Structures, Shifts in Construction, Pronouns & Agreement, Frequently Confused Words, Logical Comparisons, Conventional Expression,Possessive Nouns & Pronouns, and Punctuation.
Conventions of Usage and Sentence Formation
Conventions of Punctuation and Shifts in Construction
Passage Reading and Analysis
Writing 3: Essay Writing for the SAT
Covers Passage Comprehension, Analytical Understanding, and Cohesive Writing for the Essay section of the SAT.
Writing the Essay
How do I register?
You can register by clicking on the ENROLL NOW button above. This will take you to a registration page where you'll need to complete your payment. You'll then receive an email from us with your access credentials to the course platform. You'll also receive class reminders and joining instructions/ links by email before each class.
Who are your Instructors?
Our course instructors are 99 percentilers having a tutoring experience of 2000+ student hours individually. In addition to test scores, our instructors also undergo periodic teaching effectiveness evaluations. This ensures that we remain stern on following teaching best practices and are able to ensure students' success.
What are the system requirements to attend this course?
An internet-enabled PC/ Mac with an HTML5 compatible browser (Chrome or Firefox recommended). You'll also need a set of speakers/ headphones and a microphone to take part in the online classes. Classes use Cisco WebEx, GoToMeeting and Zoom, and we suggest a 512 Kbps+ internet speed.
Can I interact with the teacher during classes?
Of course you can. The class software includes features to raise your hand to grab your teacher's attention. You can also ask questions via chat messages and use your microphone to discuss doubts. You can also send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your doubts to get them resolved.
Help! I missed a class- what do I do now?
All classes get recorded, and you can review the recording(s) by logging in to your account.
When will I get my test results?
Immediately after you submit your answers on the test platform.
What kind of score analytics are available?
You'll get two sets of analytics on your performance. The first one analyzes your performance curriculum topic areas. The second reports on your performance across the test series.
How are my essays graded?
Essays are not graded - instead you get model essays written by experts to compare with the ones you've written.
What is the Study Planner and how does it really work?
The Study Planner works backwards from your target test date to schedule your study time. It calculates a timetable for you to work on individual curriculum topics. We've also added the functionality to remind you of upcoming to-do items in the study plan.