Stage 1: Diagnostic test [To identify areas of improvement & create baseline score]
Stage 2: Orientation [To get clarity of the test & in-depth understanding]
Stage 3: Personalized study plan [To create a personalized roadmap]
Stage 4: Concepts & Fundamentals [Relearn concepts to perform shortcut methods]
Stage 5: Practice test [Recreate test scenario & practice]
Stage 6: Pre-test Day Orientation [To prepare for test day]
1. Weekend Morning Batch 09:00 AM to 11:00 AM
2. Weekend Evening Batch 04:00 PM to 06:00 PM
1. 1 on 1 Coaching
2. Group Coaching [Weekend Morning & Evening]
The SAT/ACT are standardized admission tests widely accepted by U.S. colleges, many international colleges & universities. SAT/ACT scores help colleges compare students from different high schools. Your scores show your strengths & readiness for college work. But remember, scores are just one part of your college application, along with grades, course rigor, & recommendations.
The SAT/ACT puts your achievements into context. That means it shows off your qualifications to universities & helps you stand out.