Just-in-time prep—SAT® Rapid Review Live
Learn your formulas. Review your grammar rules. All before dinner.
When you're short on time, it's even more important where you focus your prep. A thorough review of SAT math, verbal, or both will get you up to speed.
A team of our finest teachers who know the SAT inside-out talk you through what to study—and how to study it for maximum benefit. They'll make the time fly.
Studying the right topics matters, but so does knowing how to "think" like the test. Learn about pacing, answer elimination, and looking for giveaway clues.
Key math concepts you’ll see on test day—and how to answer them quickly and easily.
Common grammar rules you’ll need on test day—plus how to take smart notes on reading sections.
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Take intro and advanced classes for both math and verbal. Everything you need, all in one place.
What's a session like?
Each session is hosted by a live teacher on camera, while several other teachers provide support through a live chat and polls. They'll teach you about each test section before diving into more depth on the topics and question types you will see on the test. You'll also learn helpful test-taking strategies to boost your confidence.
What’s covered in the Math sessions?
In the Math session, we'll go over commonly-tested topics like algebra and exponents. You'll also find out what types of questions you'll see on the Math—No Calculator section and how to answer them easily. Complete your prep by practicing math strategies that allow you to move more quickly and accurately through the math sections.
What’s covered in the Verbal sessions?
Our Verbal sessions spend 60 minutes on the Reading portion and the other 30 minutes on the Writing and Language section. You'll discover methods for note-taking and strategies to answer the questions, especially challenging question types like Command of Evidence. Finish out the session by reviewing the grammar and pronoun rules you'll need for test day.
How do I know if I need Introductory or Advanced?
If you have taken the SAT before or a practice test, look at your test scores and percentiles. Using those results, you should be able to determine if you need to brush up on key topics or if you are ready to dive into advanced material. If you’ve never taken the SAT or know you have a lot of room for improvement, you’ll probably want to start with the Introductory sessions. Looking to get in as much review as possible before test day? You can take both the Math and Verbal lessons using our Combos as they will cover each section of the test.