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Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 12:46pm On Dec 02, 2017
The New SAT is so designed to help select the most college-ready students for admission into the various American universities.

Being college-ready is a quality that nieeds to be adequately acquired by every intending student. There are well-defined academic (achievement)and aptitude skills that a person preparing to study in an American university is expected to possess. It is the student's mastery of these skills that makes him ready for college. It is also the mastery of the skills that the SAT assesses.

Here, I'll talk briefly about the various sections of the SAT and the corresponding skills that are needed to do very well in the test.

THE SAT READING TEST

At the Be-Noble Home School, we divide the 52 Reading Test questions into 6 main categories.
1.) Command of Evidence (COE) questions;
2.) Words-in-Context (WIC) questions;
3.) Description/Information questions;
4.) Purpose questions;
5.) Infographic questions; and,
6.) Paired Text questions.

We teach our students effective and proven techniques that help them to adequately grasp the skills needed to answer each of these types of questions correctly.

The most important skill needed to really do well in the English section of the SAT is VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT. That is, to score something in the range of 700-800 in the Reading/Writing section of the new SAT a student's vocabulary prowess should be very high. This doesn't in any way suggest that a student needs to sit down studying the dictionary day and night - like many did for the old SAT. High vocabulary mastery is very essential for many reasons. But foremost among them is that the correct answer to a question in the Evidence-based Reading section of the new SAT is only a rewriting of the relevant part of the passage. The problem is that many students fail to recognise the correct answer as a restatement of the the required section if the passage. They fail to see that the words used in giving the correct answer are mere synonyms of the words used in the passage. Those who do poorly are easily fooled because they can't see the restatement for what it is. Most students that aren't not well tutored for the SAT will go for what we at the Be-Noble Home School call the SEEMINGLY CORRECT ANSWERS. These answers which are actually wrong will look very correct to a student that hasn't been well prepared for the SAT. This is so because those seemingly correct answers are somewhat direct quotations from the passage. But unfortunately they are quoted from the irrelevant parts of the passage: the parts of the passage that are not relevant to the questions asked.

At the Be-Noble Home School, we train our students how to easily recognise the OBVIOUSLY WRONG ANSWERS, SEEMINGLY CORRECT ANSWERS and the VERY CORRECT ANSWERS.

Besides vocabulary mastery, the other skills that are needed to gainfully and easily tackle the various types of questions in the SAT Reading section are:
1.) Ability to use the introduction to the passage and the the passage's first few sentences to correctly deduce the purpose or main theme of the passage. The same applies to determining the purpose of paragraphs.
2.) Ability to quickly and effectively study Infographic materials.
3.) Ability to use the quotations for the second question of the command of evidence (COE) pair of questions to answer both questions correctly. And to use same as strong aids to reading or skimming the passage.

These are few of the basic skills that high scoring students have been using to tackle the Evidence-based Reading section of the new SAT.

THE SAT WRITING TEST


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Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 1:11am On Jan 01, 2018
SAT Prep Tutor, Lagos.
When your Year 11(SS2) or Year 12(SS3) child prepares for the SAT with us, we promise that s/he won't score less than 1300 in the test.
We can even bet on 1500 and above for our students that are studious, obedient and above average in their academics.
For a result-oriented and experienced SAT prep tutor in Lagos, Nigeria, call or 'whatsapp' Teacher Femi(DeProf) on 08168974531, 08093162871.
Thank you.

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Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 1:26am On Apr 09, 2018

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Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 1:27am On Apr 09, 2018
We can be of great help to that child that has difficulty with reading.

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Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 12:31pm On May 28, 2018
Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by privatetisa(m): 12:42pm On May 22, 2019
In Nigeria here, we overlook learning differences/difficulties. Parents and teachers deny dyslexia, dyscalculia and so on even when the LD is very obvious in a child. Denial or rejection has never been and will never be of help. Worse still, some parents, guardians and teachers term children with LD "dullards, slow learners, blockheads, olodo" and all the bad names in the world. The truth however is that they are not any of these. It's actually the teachers, parents, guardians, siblings, friends, neighbours and the likes that make life difficult for the children with LD. These children learn differently from the way most people do. But people around them do not understand this. They want to force their style of learning on them and things become difficult, frustrating and fruitless. LD is neither a disease nor a curse. It's just a character or better still a different way of seeing or doing things.
To help bring out the best in a child struggling with English Language, Mathematics and Writing, get in touch with us at Be-Noble Home School, Lagos on 08168974531. Thank you.

Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by RuggedSniper: 3:12pm On Jun 14, 2020
privatetisa:
SAT Prep Tutor, Lagos.
When your Year 11(SS2) or Year 12(SS3) child prepares for the SAT with us, we promise that s/he won't score less than 1300 in the test.
We can even bet on 1500 and above for our students that are studious, obedient and above average in their academics.
For a result-oriented and experienced SAT prep tutor in Lagos, Nigeria, call or 'whatsapp' Teacher Femi(DeProf) on 08168974531, 08093162871.
Thank you.
Re: Rocksolid Strategies For Scoring Very High Mark In Sat by RuggedSniper: 3:20pm On Jun 14, 2020
privatetisa:
The New SAT is so designed to help select the most college-ready students for admission into the various American universities.

Being college-ready is a quality that nieeds to be adequately acquired by every intending student. There are well-defined academic (achievement)and aptitude skills that a person preparing to study in an American university is expected to possess. It is the student's mastery of these skills that makes him ready for college. It is also the mastery of the skills that the SAT assesses.

Here, I'll talk briefly about the various sections of the SAT and the corresponding skills that are needed to do very well in the test.

THE SAT READING TEST

At the Be-Noble Home School, we divide the 52 Reading Test questions into 6 main categories.
1.) Command of Evidence (COE) questions;
2.) Words-in-Context (WIC) questions;
3.) Description/Information questions;
4.) Purpose questions;
5.) Infographic questions; and,
6.) Paired Text questions.

We teach our students effective and proven techniques that help them to adequately grasp the skills needed to answer each of these types of questions correctly.

The most important skill needed to really do well in the English section of the SAT is VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT. That is, to score something in the range of 700-800 in the Reading/Writing section of the new SAT a student's vocabulary prowess should be very high. This doesn't in any way suggest that a student needs to sit down studying the dictionary day and night - like many did for the old SAT. High vocabulary mastery is very essential for many reasons. But foremost among them is that the correct answer to a question in the Evidence-based Reading section of the new SAT is only a rewriting of the relevant part of the passage. The problem is that many students fail to recognise the correct answer as a restatement of the the required section if the passage. They fail to see that the words used in giving the correct answer are mere synonyms of the words used in the passage. Those who do poorly are easily fooled because they can't see the restatement for what it is. Most students that aren't not well tutored for the SAT will go for what we at the Be-Noble Home School call the SEEMINGLY CORRECT ANSWERS. These answers which are actually wrong will look very correct to a student that hasn't been well prepared for the SAT. This is so because those seemingly correct answers are somewhat direct quotations from the passage. But unfortunately they are quoted from the irrelevant parts of the passage: the parts of the passage that are not relevant to the questions asked.

At the Be-Noble Home School, we train our students how to easily recognise the OBVIOUSLY WRONG ANSWERS, SEEMINGLY CORRECT ANSWERS and the VERY CORRECT ANSWERS.

Besides vocabulary mastery, the other skills that are needed to gainfully and easily tackle the various types of questions in the SAT Reading section are:
1.) Ability to use the introduction to the passage and the the passage's first few sentences to correctly deduce the purpose or main theme of the passage. The same applies to determining the purpose of paragraphs.
2.) Ability to quickly and effectively study Infographic materials.
3.) Ability to use the quotations for the second question of the command of evidence (COE) pair of questions to answer both questions correctly. And to use same as strong aids to reading or skimming the passage.

These are few of the basic skills that high scoring students have been using to tackle the Evidence-based Reading section of the new SAT.

THE SAT WRITING TEST


(To be continued)

Be-Noble Home School (Lagos Home Tutors)
Call DeProf on 08168974531 or 08093162871.

SAT Prep Home Tutor
Awesome!

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