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SEMINAR SAT PREP 2016 – 2017

At Wavelength we bring private tutoring into the classroom with our trademark fresh, effective teaching, combining innovative material with an engaging approach that flexes to suit the learning style and aptitude of each student we teach. This school year we will be offering 5 course sessions, each with early and late sections available at a cost 70% off the price of our private tutoring. Our small, seminar-style SAT Prep courses span 6 weeks and include:

  • 30 hours of instruction
  • class capped at 10 (minimum 4)
  • 2 full-length take-home tests
  • convenient location
  • group rate savings

Considering the ACT as well? The good news is, if you have already prepped for the SAT with us, transitioning from SAT to ACT is easy with the right advice. Just add on the ACT Addendum, a single session, 3-hr course taught by our ACT Specialist Andrea Goldman. Andrea will cover the Math, Science, and Reading sections of the ACT, showing you how to adapt the WaveLength skills and test-taking techniques you mastered in SAT class to the ACT.

Register Online or by Mail; directions for both are below!

To Register Online:

  1. Click the button of the Session and Time you prefer.
  2. Check out through our secure Registration Center.
  3. Fill out our Contact Form so that we have your info and the name of your student.

ACT ADDENDUM FALL SESSION 1

September 4, 2016 
Sunday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9am-12pm Register

SAT CLASS FALL SESSION 1

September 27- November 3, 2016
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

6 - 8:30pm Register

ACT ADDENDUM FALL SESSION 2

October 15, 2016
Saturday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9am-12pm Register

SAT CLASS FALL SESSION 2

November 8- December 15, 2016
Tuesdays and Thursdays*
*substitutes Wednesday, 11/23 for Thanksgiving* 

$1500/student (Includes materials)

EARLY: 3:30 - 6pm Closed

LATE: 6 - 8:30pm Closed

ACT ADDENDUM FALL SESSION 3

December 4, 2016
Sunday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9am-12pm Register

SAT CLASS SPRING SESSION 1

January 31- March 9, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

EARLY : 3:30 - 6pm Register

LATE : 6 - 8:30pm Register

ACT ADDENDUM SPRING SESSION 1

February 5, 2017 
Sunday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9- 12pm  Register

 

SAT CLASS SPRING SESSION 2

March 14- APRIL 20, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

EARLY : 3:30 - 6pm Register

LATE : 6 - 8:30pm Register

ACT ADDENDUM SPRING SESSION 2

April 2, 2017 
Sunday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9- 12pm  Register

 

SAT CLASS SPRING SESSION 3

APRIL 25- JUNE 1, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

EARLY : 3:30 - 6pm Register

LATE : 6 - 8:30pm Closed

ACT ADDENDUM SPRING SESSION 3

June 4, 2017 
Sunday
$400/student (Includes materials)

9- 12pm  Register

 

SAT CLASS SUMMER SESSION 1

June 27 - August 10, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

Closed

SAT SUMMER CRAM

Sundays, July 30 - August 20, 2017
$1000/student (Includes materials & pizza)

5- 9pm Register

SAT CLASS SUMMER SESSION 2

August 15 - September 21, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays
$1500/student (Includes materials)

EARLY : 3:30 - 6pm Register

LATE : 6 - 8:30pm Register

To Register by MAIL:

  1. Download and print the Registration Form.
  2. Check off the session and time you prefer.
  3. Mail the form with payment to reserve your spot.

Space is limited and reserved on a first come first serve basis. All schedules are subject to change pending enrollment; if changes are incompatible with the student, a full refund will be issued. Students dropping course by the end of Week 2 will receive a prorated refund less the cost of books and materials.

New, Jersey, NJ, SAT class, prep course, registration, Monmouth, Ocean County

WaveLength SAT Course Reviews:

SAT class Colts Neck -Kalisz

WaveLength tutoring and test prep was beyond amazing. The experience here was very educational and was quite enjoyable at that. Matt and Marlee are profound teachers who teach what is needed and leave out any unnecessary information to help us understand better. I was quite impressed with the skill level each of them have for us. I am very impressed with this class and was happy I was able to enroll.

Michal Kalisz Colts Neck High School 2014 Colts Neck, Monmouth County, NJ 07722

Current Monmouth and Ocean County SAT Classes -WaveLength tutoring

Matt and Marlee are very good at what they do. They are extremely knowledgeable and informative when discussing SAT tactics. On top of this, they are also good teachers, possibly the best I’ve ever had in my 12 years of education. In all honesty, I wish that my school teachers were as good as Matt and Marlee.

Seneca Kinn-Gurzo St. Rose High School 2016 Manasquan, Monmouth County, NJ

Useful SAT classes -Stacy

I love Math again. Matt has made it so much easier to understand, and to show me new ways of looking at problems. Marlee and Matt taught me various useful SAT skills. More importantly, they taught me that if I can overcome the SAT (something I really dread and fear), and work hard for it, I can do anything.

I learned so much from Marlee and Matt. They taught me skills that will not just help me on the SAT, but also throughout life. With every SAT practice test I take I can see my score and skill improving. Thank you guys so much!

Kayla Stacy St. Rose High School 2016 Wall Township, Monmouth County, NJ 07719
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Curriculum Overview

Math

Curriculum Designer: Matthew Makrinos

Overview

My teaching focuses on problem solving through pattern recognition and streamlined mental flow-charting. This foundation upon which SAT materials and life situations are based is the constant underpinning of my class. I avoid teaching “tricks” to solving problems and focus on one universal problem solving method which functions as the corner stone of SAT reasoning and of all deductive logic. I stress study skills, mental acumen, time management, awareness and elimination of silly mistakes, and conditioning by encouraging students to do head math and discouraging the constant use of calculators, which drain confidence and encumber.

Critical Reading and Writing

Curriculum Designer: Marlee Napurano

Overview

My approach to the Critical Reading and Writing sections centers on exposing how literal and formulaic the verbal questions are. On that platform I have built structured and efficient techniques for each type of question and my students practice these techniques until their familiarity with the material makes them virtually immune to silly mistakes and the stress of the test. Along the way, I teach students to point out (and laugh at) all the tricks and traps in the questions and answer choices so that these can no longer intimidate or confuse. Focusing on what you know, not what you don’t, living by the Law of the Dictionary, staying literal, and breaking the test into a series of short, concrete missions (in 5-15 minute intervals) are the main principles of my curriculum.
 

WaveLength of Wall Township, Monmouth County, NJ