WHAT IS THE SAT ?
The SAT is an aptitude test designed to predict a student's success in and readiness for college. The SAT measures a student's reasoning abilities in Critical Reading, Math and Writing. Colleges and universities utilize this information in making admissions decisions in today's competitive collegiate arena.
HOW IMPORTANT IS THE SAT ?
While not being the only determining factor in admissions, most colleges and universities stress the importance of a student's highest SAT and/or ACT scores accompanied by other factors like, GPA, class rank, strength of curriculum and a student's extracurricular commitments.
College Edge Results
College Edge offers SAT courses year round. With the exception of summer courses, each course is six weeks in duration and consists of eleven, three hour classes as well as four diagnostic practice tests. Classes meet twice a week, and practice tests are given on Saturdays. Pizza is served during the course break in our weeknight classes. With our three-tiered approach (please see 2011–12 Course Information), class time is divided among the areas of Critical Reading, Math and Writing. Enrollment in each course is limited to 15 students to allow for quality interaction and exchange between instructors and students.