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SAT Prep Courses Toronto – About the SAT!

Please note that we are NOT currently running SAT Preparation programs in Toronto or any other location. This site remains “active” ONLY to provide basic information about the exam.

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Welcome SAT Information Toronto –  SAT Test Prep Central!

 


Whether you just want to register for the SAT, discover  SAT test dates and locations, try a free SAT Practice Test, find the best SAT prep books, hire an SAT tutor, find an SAT preparation course, find free  SAT preparation aids, or even watch some  SAT prep videos you have come to the right place. If you are an institution or small group we can also offer  you a custom designed  SAT preparation course.

Private Toronto SAT tutoring and Toronto ACT tutoring are also available.

Those applying to Ontario independent and private schools may be required to take the SSAT. Toronto SSAT tutoring is  available.

 

 

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How To Register For The SAT Reasoning Test

An important reminder! Registration in our Toronto SAT Preparation Course does not register you for the SAT. Information and instructions for how to register for the SAT Reasoning Test are here.

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Okay, now for a bit of fun!

Check out the trailer to the movie “The Perfect Score“. It’s about a group of high school kids, looking to do anything (well almost) to get that perfect SAT test score.

Getting into U.S. Colleges and Universities

Getting Into U.S. Colleges and Universities Plus SAT Information Seminar

Interest in U.S. colleges and universities is increasing. Applying to U.S. schools is a long process which is unfamiliar to most Canadians. Furthermore, U.S. schools will require either the SAT or  the ACT.

“People don’t plan to fail – they fail to plan!”

Join us for a seminar designed to teach you to plan to be accepted to U.S. colleges. Whether you are academically inclined and are targeting the Ivy League schools or whether you are an athlete hoping to combine your athletics with an education, this is the seminar that you:

“Can afford to take,  but can’t afford to miss!”

When: Saturday May 7, 2011 – 5:00 p.m.  – 7:00 p.m.

Where: University of Toronto  Downtown

Registration Fee: $10 payable either at the door or in advance

Registration – Required! Please email: satreasoningprep at gmail dot com or register through EventBrite. Make  sure that you include  your: name, address, telephone number and tell us where you would like to apply.

How To Get Into The Top Colleges

Bonus: Attendees will receive a free copy of Richard Montauk’s “How To Get Into The Top Colleges”

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Join us for our Toronto SAT Preparation Course – May 15, 21, 22

SAT May Someday Be Optional, Dean Says

News
SAT May Someday Be Optional, Dean Says
Following study, Fitzsimmons says SAT not best predictor of college success
Published On 9/23/2008 1:01:31 AM
Crimson Staff Writer
The SAT Reasoning Test may one day be optional for Harvard applicants, according to Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid William R. Fitzsimmons ’67. Continue reading

SAT in the news – Scores Fall as Gap Widens

The Wall Street Journal

SAT Scores Fall as Gap Widens; Asians Gain

By JOHN HECHINGER

Check out the comments on this article.

High-school students’ performance last year on the SAT college-entrance exam fell slightly, and the score gap generally widened between lower-performing minority groups and white and Asian-American students, raising questions about the effectiveness of national education reform efforts. Continue reading

SAT coaching found to boost scores barely

The Wall Street Journal

SAT Coaching Found to Boost Scores — Barely

Study Results Run Counter to Test-Prep Course Claims; How Colleges Fuel Industry

May 20, 2009

Check out the comments on this article including:

“Agreed – a lot of the courses are not great – but the right one-on-one SAT tutor (who makes the kids work) is worth his/her weight in gold. I believe college administrators are saying the politically correct thing. It was obvious to me (twice) that their is an advantage to students who can afford good SAT prep. Best money I spent – would do it again.”

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