DWYS, LLC - SAT Preparation Classes
|These classes teach students the basics and prepare them completely for the SAT: strategies for the Evidence-Based Reading, Writing and Language, Essay, and Math sections; practice test sections; personalized feedback based on performance on the practice tests; target score strategies; and college admissions awareness. These classes also help younger students prepare for the PSAT.|
New Milpitas, Newark, and Fremont classes start roughly every 5 weeks. Our very first class was held on Sept 13, 2005.
Current class offerings:
SAT Prep - Reading and Writing - a class that focuses on the reading skills, grammar, and essay-writing skills required for the Reading and Writing sections of the SAT; includes an essay practice test, 3 reading practice test sections, and 2 writing practice test sections
SAT Prep - Math - an in-depth review of all 4 math content categories covered by the SAT (and all math competencies a high school student should carry to college); includes 5 practice test sections; also serves as a good review class for end-of-semester math exams
Special SUMMER offering: SAT Prep classes at the Ohlone for Kids and Teens summer program.
Go to p. 30 of the rec guide: pdf of rec guide
'17-'18 school year SAT Exam Dates:|
Aug 26, 2017 (SAT and Subject Tests)
Oct 7, 2017 (SAT and Subject Tests)
Nov 4, 2017 (SAT and Subject Tests)
Dec 2, 2017 (SAT and Subject Tests)
Mar 10, 2018 (SAT only)
May 5, 2018 (SAT and Subject Tests)
June 2, 2018 (SAT and Subject Tests)
To discuss class details, contact David at email@example.com
Each class (2 hours long) meets once per week for 5 weeks (10 hours total).
Each community center charges $12 to $16 per hour (for residents) - and the material coverage will be very comparable to the MUCH more expensive classes! Ohlone College charges $110 for a 12-hr version of each class.
NO MATERIALS FEE for any SAT class! Complete set of handouts (practice tests + feedback, homework assignments*, in-class worksheets, some class notes) included in class fee.
*Homework is optional
Revised: August 14, 2017