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SAT Preparation Class

Welcome to our SAT preparation class, where we’re dedicated to helping you excel in the exam. Whether you prefer studying in a group setting or one-on-one, we’ve got you covered.

You can choose between our SAT Group Classes, where you’ll learn alongside peers and benefit from group discussions, or opt for our SAT Private Classes for personalized attention tailored to your needs.

SAT Preparation Class - Group Class

SAT Group Classes meet twice a week, Offered In Both In-Person Class And Online Class Formats.

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    SAT Preparation Class - Private Class

    Tailored plan for students with Applications deadlines, those seeking for SAT score improvement, or a SAT self-paced approach. offered in both in-person class and online class formats.

    Free Trial Class

      SAT Online - Live Interactive Class

      SAT Preparation class are organized in a virtual classroom where students and the trainers meet together to communicate with voice, video, and whiteboard. Online classes are apt for those who want to study in a flexible environment and save commuting time.

      Online Class

      What is SAT?

      The Digital SAT is a new format of the SAT test introduced by the College Board, transitioning from the traditional paper and pencil format to a digital assessment platform. This new version of the SAT is designed to be taken on a laptop or tablet, offering a more up-to-date testing experience. Some fundamental changes include the test being shorter, about 2 hours instead of 3, with shorter reading passages, using a calculator throughout the Math section, and implementing multistage adaptive testing, which dynamically adapts to a student’s proficiency level. The digital SAT aims to be easier to take, more secure, and more relevant than the previous format.

      As it is an international examination, SAT preparation classes are recommended to students to secure better results. SAT has the following components: Reading, Writing & Language, and Math. The exam is scored on a scale of 400 to 1600. To fare well, students go for the best SAT preparation classes. Schools also consider your high school GPA, academic transcript, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities, interviews and personal essays. The weight placed on SAT scores in admissions varies from school to school making the need for the best SAT preparation classes in UAE extremely necessary. SAT is held every year in October, December, March and May. For more details, visit . 

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      Digital SAT Test Structure

      Test Section


      Writing and Language

      Math Section 1

      Math Section 2


      27 Qs

      27 Qs

      22 Qs

      22 Qs






      Section Score 

      Verbal Section


      Quant Section


      Digital SAT Test Structure

      Section 1: Reading

      No. of Question : 27

      Time : 32 Minutes

      Scoring (Section 1 and 2) : 200 – 800

      Section 2 : Writing and Language

      No. of Question : 27

      Time : 32 Minutes

      Scoring (Section 1 and 2) : 200 – 800

      Section 3 : Math Section 1

      No. of Question: 22

      Time : 32 Minutes

      Scoring (Section 3 and 4) : 200 – 800

      Section 4 : Math Section 2

      No. of Question: 22

      Time : 32 Minutes

      Scoring (Section 3 and 4) : 200 – 800

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      Learn From The Experts

      With over 15 years of experience in a test prep industry in Dubai and Abu Dhabi


      Personalized Training

      We aimed for a more personalized SAT Preparation class, hence the small batch size to enhance the learning experience.


      Quality Study Material

      Our SAT study material is well-researched and compiled by our experts. You won’t need to look for anything extra from outside sources.


      Efficient and Cost-Effective

      We don’t recommend dedicating all your time to SAT preparation class. The course is tailored for individuals with busy schedules like yours.

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      Our SAT Top Scorers

      Ananya Vaidhya (Brighton College)1560
      Shahshank Pinameni (The Cambridge HS)1560
      Nakul Bhansali (International School of Choueifat)1550
      Vaibhav Sahai (Delhi Private School)1530
      Youssef Elzayat (International School of Choueifat)1520
      Hazel Shibu (International School of Choueifat)1500
      Ashi Tyagi (International School of Choueifat)1500
      Tanish Dalal (The Cambridge HS)1500
      Arnav Priyadarshi (International School of Choueifat)1500
      Sasha Kumar (International School of Choueifat)



      SAT FAQs

      The total test duration is 2 hours and 14 minutes, with a 10-minute break between the Reading and Writing section and the Math section.

      The SAT is scored on a scale of 400 to 1600, combining scores from the Reading & Writing section and the Math section. 

      The SAT is typically offered seven times a year (International): in March, May, June, August, October, November, December.

      Registration for the SAT can be done online through the College Board website. You’ll need to create an account, choose a test date and location, and pay the registration fee.

      The cost of taking the SAT varies depending on your location. As of my last update, the registration fee for the SAT is $60, plus a $43 regional fee.

      Some colleges and universities have made the SAT optional for admission. However, many schools still require or recommend SAT scores as part of the application process. It’s important to check the admissions requirements of the schools you’re interested in.

      Yes, you can retake the SAT if you’re not satisfied with your initial score. Currently, There are no limits to how many times you can take the SAT, although it’s generally advisable to prepare thoroughly before retaking the exam.

      There are various ways to prepare for the SAT, including taking practice tests, enrolling in SAT preparation class, or working with a tutor. It’s important to start preparing well in advance of your test date.t

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