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  • Become Familiar with the Test!

    Becoming familiar with the test and the format is half of the mental battle. If you walk into the test knowing what to expect, you’ll alleviate some of your anxiety and therefore increase your odds of scoring higher. The SAT is no exception!

  • Tutoring Sessions

    Tutoring sessions for the SAT can be done in either a private or group format. Whatever format will work better for your student is the route to go. We’ll be with you every step of the way seeking to improve your scores!

  • Plan & Practice!

    Practice makes perfect. Whether you’re looking for perfection or not, practice is proven to improve your test scores. And with us, not only are you practicing, but you’re also receiving feedback and instruction on how to improve. We’ll administer practice exams that we can then review to see what we need to work on specifically!

The digital SAT is here

In preparation for taking the digital SAT, you’ll need to familiarize yourself with the Bluebook testing application as well as the approved devices and operating system requirements. You’ll also need details on borrowing a device if one isn’t available to you.

Bluebook App and Device Information


Bluebook Testing App

Bluebook must be installed before test day. This digital testing application supports testing on Mac and Windows devices, iPads, and school-managed Chromebooks.

Download Bluebook

Device Readiness

Device specifications and installation instructions vary by device type and test. Ensure that the device you plan to use on test day meets the required specifications.

Approved Devices

Borrowing a Device

Find information on how to borrow a device if you don’t have access to one for the digital SAT.

Device Lending Information

SAT Test Dates

Registration Deadline: Sep 7, 2023

Registration Deadline: Oct 5, 2023

Registration Deadline: Nov 2, 2023

Registration Deadline: Feb 23, 2024

Registration Deadline: Apr 19, 2024

Registration Deadline: May 16, 2024

Ranges for Section Scores

(Each of the assessments in the SAT Suite reports a total score that is the sum of two section scores: Reading and Writing and Math)

SAT: 200–800

PSAT/NMSQT and PSAT 10: 160–760

PSAT 8/9: 120–720

SAT Test Outline

The digital SAT is composed of two sections: Reading and Writing and Math. Students have 64 minutes to complete the Reading and Writing section and 70 minutes to complete the Math section for a total of 2 hours and 14 minutes.

Each section is divided into 2 equal length modules, and there is a 10-minute break between the Reading and Writing section and the Math section. The first module of each section contains a broad mix of easy, medium, and hard questions. Based on how students perform on the first module, the second module of questions will either be more difficult or less difficult.

Reading & Writing

Number of Questions/Tasks: 54

Time Allotted: 64 minutes (two 32-minute modules)

The questions on the Reading and Writing section fall into four content domains:

Measures comprehension, analysis, and reasoning skills and knowledge and the ability to locate, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information and ideas from texts and informational graphics (tables, bar graphs, and line graphs).

Measures the comprehension, vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills and knowledge needed to understand and use high-utility words and phrases in context, evaluate texts rhetorically, and make connections between topically related texts.

Measures the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals.

Measures the ability to edit text to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.


Number of Questions/Tasks: 44

Time Allotted: 70 minutes (two 35-minute modules)

The four types of math you’ll see on the SAT Math section are listed below.

  • Linear equations in 1 variable
  • Linear equations in 2 variables
  • Linear functions
  • Systems of 2 linear equations in 2 variables
  • Linear inequalities in 1 or 2 variables
  • Equivalent expressions
  • Nonlinear equations in 1 variable
  • Systems of equations in 2 variables
  • Nonlinear functions
  • Ratios, rates, proportional relationships, and units
  • Percentages
  • One-variable data: distributions and measures of center and spread
  • Two-variable data: models and scatterplots
  • Probability and conditional probability
  • Inference from sample statistics and margin of error
  • Evaluating statistical claims: observational studies and experiments
  • Area and volume formulas
  • Lines, angles, and triangles
  • Right triangles and trigonometry
  • Circles


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