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SAT II SUBJECT TESTS MASTER CLASSES 2018

SAT's change, but subject don't. Fortify your score report with SAT II Subject Tests to prove how well your knowledge of real school subjects measures up on a national yard stick.

Before your SAT II's and AP Exams, Join us for Sunday SAT II Master Classes and get access to a specialist in the fields of US History, Math Level I, Chemistry, Physics, and Biology. Get your questions answered and refine your test strategy in an efficient 3-hr cram session.

  • 3 hours of instruction
  • class capped at 10 (minimum 3)
  • 1 full-length take-home REAL test
  • convenient location
  • group rate savings

Register online or by mail for one or more subjects; please see directions 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.

SAT SUBJECT MASTER CLASS: MATH IC SPRING SESSIONS 1 & 2

MATH Levels I & II SESSION 1

Sunday April 29, 2018
$350/student (Includes materials)

12-3:00pm Register

 

MATH Levels I & II SESSION 2

Sunday May 27, 2018
$350/student (Includes materials)

12-3:00pm Register

SAT SUBJECT MASTER CLASS: CHEMISTRY

CHEMISTRY

Sunday April 29, 2018
$300/student (Includes materials)

3-6:00pm 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.

Registration SAT II Subject Test Prep School Year 2017-2018


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.

New, Jersey, NJ, SAT Subject Test prep, SAT II test prep, US History, Math Level I, Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Monmouth County

WaveLength SAT and ACT Course Reviews:

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.
 

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