SAT, or the Scholastic Aptitude Test is one of the two standardized college admission tests with the other one being ACT. It’s run by the College Board which is a non-profit that also handles the reputed AP (Advanced Placement) Programme. The SAT has ten sections, the first being the essay, followed by two sections in reading, two in math, one for writing and one section which consists of an experimental section of 25 minutes each. After that, there’s 20-min reading, math and one last 10 minute writing section. Most questions are multiple choices. The best time to take an SAT exam is the end of your 11th grade (Year 12). At this point you’ve covered almost all that has to be done at school and can try to re-attempt the SAT exams since you’d have enough time before the application dates.
- Section I: Listening (45 minutes; 100 questions) Examinees listen to a variety of questions and short conversations recorded in English, then answer questions based on what they heard.Part 1: Photographs 10 QuestionsPart 2: Question-Response 30 QuestionsPart 3: Short conversations 30 QuestionsPart 4: Short talks 30 Questions
- Section II: Reading (75 minutes; 100 questions) Examinees listen to a variety of questions and short conversations recorded in English, then answer questions based on what they heard.Part 5: Incomplete Sentences 40 QuestionsPart 6: Text Completion 12 QuestionsPart 7: Reading Comprehension
- Single passage 28 Questions
- Double passage 20 Questions
This program focuses on developing test-taking skills and techniques for dealing with listening and reading sections of the test. It is intensive in nature and requires students to fully participate in class. Students will practice identifying problems related to structure and grammar, listening for keywords, making inferences, and identifying main ideas. The objective of this program is to prepare students to successfully pass the TOEIC test.
A TOEIC practice test would be conducted at the beginning of the program to gauge and determine the entry level of students into the TOEIC Preparation Program. The practice test score would determine which of the following three groups a particular student would belong to, as well as the total number of hours required for coaching in order to fully prepare for the TOEIC test. The three groups are divided as follows:
- Beginner – 90 hours (15 weeks; 2 sessions x 3 hours)
- Intermediate – 60 hours (10 weeks; 2 sessions x 3 hours)
- Advanced – 30 hours (5 weeks; 2 sessions X 3 hours)
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TOEIC (The Test of English for International Communication) evaluates the ability to use English in an international working environment. TOEIC is widely used in many multi-national companies, schools with bilingual and international programs, and industries such as airline, hotels, and travel. Please fill out the details below and we will schedule a trial session for you. Thank you for the interest in BSM Tutor!Book Trial Class