AEI
SAT/ACT Prep

Are you aspiring to attend a top American university or college?

Prepare yourself for success with the American Education International SAT Prep Program, your gateway to achieving an exceptional SAT score and securing admission to your dream institution.

 

Our SAT Prep Program is meticulously designed by experienced educators and test experts to provide you with a comprehensive and effective study plan. We understand that mastering the SAT requires a strategic approach, and our program is tailored to equip you with the knowledge, skills, and confidence needed to excel on test day.

 

 

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2023–24 School Year Test Dates

SAT Test Date*Deadline for Registration,
Registration Changes, and Regular Cancellation
Aug 26, 2023Aug 11, 2023
Oct 7, 2023Sep 22, 2023
Nov 4, 2023Oct 20, 2023
Dec 2, 2023Nov 17, 2023

Here's what sets our SAT Prep Program apart:

Expert Instruction

Benefit from the guidance of highly qualified instructors who are well-versed in SAT content, test-taking strategies, and scoring techniques. They will provide you with personalized attention and support throughout your SAT preparation journey.

Comprehensive Curriculum:

Our program covers all sections of the SAT, including Reading, Writing and Language, Math (with and without calculator), and the optional Essay. Gain in-depth knowledge of key concepts, practice essential skills, and learn effective time management strategies.

Extensive Practice Materials

Access a vast array of practice resources, including realistic practice tests, sample questions, and interactive exercises. Our materials are designed to simulate the actual test experience, enabling you to build familiarity and confidence in tackling each section.

Targeted Strategies:

Learn proven techniques to approach different question types, eliminate incorrect answer choices, and maximize your scoring potential. Our program equips you with the tools to analyze passages effectively, solve complex math problems efficiently, and optimize your writing and grammar skills.

Progress Tracking

Stay on top of your performance with our comprehensive progress tracking system. Monitor your strengths and areas for improvement, allowing you to focus your efforts where they matter most.

Expert Support

Our dedicated support team is here to assist you throughout your SAT preparation. From answering your queries to providing additional resources, we are committed to your success and ensuring a smooth learning experience.

Importance of the SAT

The SAT serves as a standardized measure of a student’s academic abilities and is widely accepted by American universities. While it is not the sole criterion for admission, it is a vital piece of the puzzle, complementing other factors such as high school grades, extracurricular activities, and recommendation letters. High scores on the SAT can enhance a student’s chances of gaining admission to their preferred institutions.

Passing Scores

The SAT consists of two main sections: the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) section and the Math section.

 

Each section is scored on a scale of 200 to 800 points, with a total possible score of 1600. In addition, there is an optional essay section that is scored separately on a scale of 2 to 8 points. Many universities and colleges require or recommend that students take the essay portion of the test.


To pass the SAT, students need to achieve a minimum score set by the university or college they are applying to. While the passing score varies depending on the institution, a score of at least 1200 is generally considered a good score for most schools. However, the most selective universities and colleges may require a score of 1400 or higher.

 

Test Structure and Length

The SAT is a standardized, multiple-choice exam, divided into four main sections: Reading, Writing and Language, Math (no calculator), and Math (calculator allowed). Additionally, there is an optional Essay section, which some colleges may require.


The Reading section comprises passages from various disciplines, testing a student’s comprehension and analytical skills. The Writing and Language section assesses grammar, vocabulary, and the ability to improve sentences and passages.


The Math sections evaluate problem-solving skills, data analysis, algebra, and advanced math concepts. The first Math section does not allow calculator usage, while the second Math section permits the use of a calculator.


The optional Essay section requires students to analyze an argument and provide a persuasive response. It is scored separately on a scale of 6-24.

Let nothing stand in your way!

Don’t let the SAT stand in the way of your educational aspirations. Join the AEI SAT Prep Program today and unlock your true potential. Get ready to stand out from the competition and pave the way for a successful academic future.

 

Contact us now to learn more and enroll in our SAT Prep Program. Your journey to SAT success starts here!

 

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