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  • Interactive face-to-face classes
  • Virtual access to live classes
  • Essay assistance
  • Highly engaged admissions counseling
  • Specially crafted study material
  • Score improvement of 400 Points
  • Regularly Graded homework
  • Weekly score progression feedback
  • In-Person or remote conferences with parents and students
  • PSAT preparation for eligibility for the National Merit Scholarship
  • Course Schedule

    Novi Class-1 (Sundays : 8 - 11 am)
    Dates Subject Topic
    14, Oct All Full Length Test
    21, Oct Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    28, Oct Reading Reading Strategies, Fiction Passages
    4, Nov Math Heart of Algebra (2 of 2)
    11, Nov Writing & Language Expression of Ideas
    18, Nov Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (1 of 2)
    25, Nov Thanksgiving
    2, Dec Reading Information and Ideas, Words in Context, Science Passages
    9, Dec Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (2 of 2))
    16, Dec Essay Writing Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    23, Dec Christmas
    30, Dec Christmas
    6, Jan New Year
    13, Jan Writing & Language Conventions of Usage
    20, Jan Math Passport to Advanced Math
    27, Jan All Full Length Test
    3, Feb Reading Rhetoric and Synthesis, Double Passages
    10, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (1 of 2)
    17, Feb Writing & Language Sentence Structure
    24, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (2 of 2)
    3, Mar Reading Speech Passages and Strategies
    10, Mar Math Math Section Review
    17, Mar Writing & Language Punctuation
    24, Mar Reading Reading Section Review
    31, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    7, Apr All Full Length Test
    Novi Class-2 (Saturdays : 8 - 11 am)
    Dates Subject Topic
    13, Oct All Baseline Full Length Test
    20, Oct Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    27, Oct Reading Reading Strategies, Fiction Passages
    3, Nov Math Heart of Algebra (2 of 2)
    10, Nov Writing & Language Expression of Ideas
    17, Nov Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (1 of 2)
    24, Nov Thanksgiving
    1, Dec Reading Information and Ideas, Words in Context, Science Passages
    8, Dec Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (2 of 2))
    15, Dec Essay Writing Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    22, Dec Christmas
    29, Dec Christmas
    5, Jan New Year
    12, Jan Writing & Language Conventions of Usage
    19, Jan Math Passport to Advanced Math
    26, Jan All MidPoint Full Length Test
    2, Feb Reading Rhetoric and Synthesis, Double Passages
    9, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (1 of 2)
    16, Feb Writing & Language Sentence Structure
    23, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (2 of 2)
    2, Mar Reading Speech Passages and Strategies
    9, Mar Math Math Section Review
    16, Mar Writing & Language Punctuation
    23, Mar Reading Reading Section Review
    30, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    6, Apr All Full Length Test
    Novi Class-3 (Wednesdays : 6 - 9 pm Fridays : 6 - 9 pm )
    Dates Subject Topic
    9, Jan All Full Length Test
    11, Jan Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    16, Jan Reading Reading Strategies, Fiction Passages
    18, Jan Math Heart of Algebra (2 of 2)
    23, Jan Writing & Language Expression of Ideas
    25, Jan Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (1 of 2)
    30, Jan Reading Information and Ideas, Words in Context, Science Passages
    1, Feb Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (2 of 2)
    6, Feb Writing & Language Conventions of Usage
    8, Feb Math Passport to Advanced Math
    13, Feb All Full Length Test
    15, Feb Essay Writing Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    20, Feb Reading Rhetoric and Synthesis, Double Passages
    22, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (1 of 2)
    27, Feb Writing & Language Sentence Structure
    1, Mar Math Additional Topics in Math (2 of 2)
    6, Mar Reading Speech Passages and Strategies
    8, Mar Writing & Language Punctuation
    15, Mar Math Math Section Review
    22, Mar Reading Reading Section Review
    29, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    5, Apr All Full Length Test
    Troy Class-1 (Saturdays : 12 - 3 pm)
    Dates Subject Topic
    13, Oct All Full Length Test
    20, Oct Math Heart of Algebra (1 of 2)
    27, Oct Reading Reading Strategies, Fiction Passages
    3, Nov Math Heart of Algebra (2 of 2)
    10, Nov Writing & Language Expression of Ideas
    17, Nov Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (1 of 2)
    24, Nov Thanksgiving
    1, Dec Reading Information and Ideas, Words in Context, Science Passages
    8, Dec Math Problem Solving and Data Analysis (2 of 2))
    15, Dec Essay Writing Essay Writing Strategies and Drills
    22, Dec Christmas
    29, Dec Christmas
    5, Jan New Year
    12, Jan Writing & Language Conventions of Usage
    19, Jan Math Passport to Advanced Math
    26, Jan All Full Length Test
    2, Feb Reading Rhetoric and Synthesis, Double Passages
    9, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (1 of 2)
    16, Feb Writing & Language Sentence Structure
    23, Feb Math Additional Topics in Math (2 of 2)
    2, Mar Reading Speech Passages and Strategies
    9, Mar Math Math Section Review
    16, Mar Writing & Language Punctuation
    23, Mar Reading Reading Section Review
    30, Mar All Jeopardy Competition
    6, Apr All Full Length Test

    About the SAT

    SAT Information

    Overview :

    Test is about reading, writing, language, and math. Questions in science and history/social studies contexts. Questions will require the student to read and understand texts and to synthesize information presented through texts and graphics.The SAT measures college readiness, not aptitude.

    Exam Pattern :

    Multiple-choice questions provide a set of answer options from which the student must select the correct or the best-fit answer. On a multiple-choice question, there will be four answer options lettered A, B, C, and D. Only one of these will be correct.

    Exam length :

    New SAT is three hours test plus optional 50-minute essay.

    Score :

    The redesigned SAT is scored out of 1600 (the old SAT was out of 2400), and there are new subscores and cross-section scores to consider. No negative marks for wrong guess. SAT percentile ranks are based on the total SAT test-takers. The number can range from 1 to 99, and indicates the percentage of test-takers who achieved an equal or lower score than yours.

    SAT Specifications

    Math

    80 Minutes     58 Questions

    Testing algebra, problem solving, data analysis and advanced math

    Reading

    65 Minutes     52 Questions

    Reading Science, Literature, History & Social Studies, Social Science

    Writing Language

    35 Minutes     44 Questions

    Writting Argument, Informative, Narrative, Precision, Concision style & Tone, Syntax & other Grammer...

    Essay

    50 Minutes     1 Questions

    Essay Writing is Optional Question.