I am currently enrolled at MOEC for SAT Test prep, and in my experience I would first like to appreciate the teaching staff here who have worked so hard with all of us to help us all reach our desired goals. MOEC gives you the right environment and guidance to lead your path to success. The other member staff - the counselors- are always ready to help you whenever you face any kind of trouble or confusion.
The faculty here is really nice, the teachers have been really helpful, they have cleared all my doubts and the experience here was great. It wasn't just all about studies we would have fun too during our classes. When I joined MOEC my first mock score was around 1200 and when I gave my SAT exam my score was 1520. All thanks to both the teachers I scored really good in the first attempt.
The teachers are very supportive, every student gets the personal attention that he/she needs and the batch sizes are small. I Scored 1500 in my Digital SAT exam. The practice tests provided by MOEC are really helpful and it simulates a real test environment.
The SAT is a pencil-and-paper-based multiple-choice test. The central purpose of the SAT exam is to examine the readiness of students for college and give colleges a common data point or criterion that can be utilised for comparing all applicants. Overall, it is given via international high school students applying for the US, Canada, Italy, and the UK, along with some Australian universities for admission to undergraduate courses.
|Number of Questions
|Reading and Writing
|54 (27 questions/module)
|44 (22 questions/module)
The SAT exam syllabus is as follows:
SAT Mathematics Section: topics under this section and number of questions are:
|Type of Math
|Number of Questions
|Problem-solving and Data Analysis
|Geometry and Trigonometry
SAT Reading & Writing Section: This section consists of passages of different lengths (50 to 150 words), and these passages cover topics like social studies, literature, science, and humanities. The questions in this section fall into domains such as Craft and Structure, Information and Ideas, Standard English Conventions, and Expression of Ideas.
|Information and Ideas
|Evaluate comprehension, analysis, 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).
|Craft and Structure
|Examines 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.
|Expression of Ideas
|Assesses the ability to revise texts to improve the effectiveness of written expression and to meet specific rhetorical goals.
|Standard English Conventions
|Examines the ability to edit text to conform to core conventions of Standard English sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.