Our SAT test prep program (SAT Success) breaks material down into manageable pieces. At Tutor Doctor Northern Colorado, we share proven tips, tricks, and strategies, and provide numerous opportunities to work with the type of questions and materials students will see on SAT test day. Our instructors encourage students, reinforce strategies, and create a better understanding of how to be successful on the SAT.
Tutor Doctor’s one-to-one SAT test prep program helps students stay on target to reach their full potential. We work with students to:
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The upcoming year’s test dates, registration deadlines, late registration deadlines, and score availability are posted below. These test dates are listed by the College Board, but are still subject to change. The registration and score release dates are estimated based on patterns from previous years. Please note that if you are registering by mail, the deadline is one week earlier than shown below.
|Test Date||Registration Deadline||Late Registration||Scores Released Online|
|December 03, 2016||November 03, 2016||November 22, 2016||December 22, 2016|
|January 21, 2017||December 21, 2016||January 10, 2017||February 23, 2017|
|March 11, 2017||February 10, 2017||February 28, 2017||April 13, 2017|
|May 06, 2017||April 07, 2017||April 25, 2017||June 08, 2017|
|June 03, 2017||May 09, 2017||May 24, 2017||July 12, 2017|
|August 26, 2017||July 28, 2017||August 11, 2017||September 14, 2017|
|October 07, 2017||September 08, 2017||September 22, 2017||October 27, 2017|
|November 04, 2017||October 06, 2017||October 20, 2017||November 23, 2017|
|December 02, 2017||November 03, 2017||November 17, 2017||December 21, 2017|
The SAT has been designed to mirror the strategies and skills that students have learned throughout middle school and high school. It offers students an effective assessment of college ready skills; gives teachers a clearer connection to classroom work; and provides admissions officers with a detailed picture of college readiness.
The SAT is divided into four tests: Evidence-Based Reading, Writing and Language, Math-No Calculator, and Math-Calculator. The SAT also includes an optional Analysis Essay and is now Rights Only scoring; there is no penalty for guessing on any section.
The four tests are scored on a 1600-point scale: 800 points for the Reading and Writing tests and 800 points for the two Math tests. Except for the essay and 12 math questions, the entire test is multiple choice.
The five reading passages are authentic texts from previously published sources and include literary fiction, history, social science, and natural science. Graphs, charts, tables and other pictographic information are included in two of the passages.
The Writing test includes four passages with questions that ask students to correct errors in grammar and usage and to revise passages for development of ideas, sentence and paragraph organization, and effective language use. The Writing test also includes graphs, tables and other pictographic information.
The SAT Math tests focus on four specific content areas: Heart of Algebra, Problem Solving and Data Analysis, Passport to Advanced Math, and Additional Topics in Math. Each area emphasizes the foundations of mathematical analysis: problem solving, pattern and structure recognition, and modeling.
Students will also be presented with an optional essay that asks students to read and analyze an argument and discuss the author’s ability to persuade through use of rhetorical skills and evidence. Students receive three scores on their essays: one for reading and understanding the passage, one for their analysis of the author’s argument, and one for their ability to craft an effective and insightful essay.
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SAT practice tests are available for 10th and 11th grade students. Included in this opportunity is an extensive evaluation of your test results and a comprehensive plan with one of our skilled consultants to maximize your future scores. Contact us today to be added to our email notices for upcoming practice tests. Seating is limited. Pre-registration is required. SAT practice tests are scheduled throughout the year.
Don’t just get a simple composite score! We have 6 pages of results including which questions you missed or got right; each section score; bench mark scores; and more! The most information for the best plan for a great score!
|Practice Test Date||Registration Deadline|
|January 28, 2017||January 20, 2017|
|February 18, 2017||February 10, 2017|
|March 18, 2017||March 10, 2017|
|April 22, 2017||April 14, 2017|
|May 20, 2017||May 12, 2017|
|June 24, 2017||June 16, 2017|
|July 15, 2017||July 07, 2017|
|August 12, 2017||August 04, 2017|
|September 09, 2016||September 01, 2017|
|October 21, 2017||October 13, 2017|
|November 18, 2017||November 10, 2017|
|December 09, 2017||December 01, 2017|
Reading and Writing
200-800 points • 2 Sections • 100 Minutes
Reading Test: 65 minutes / 52 questions
Writing and Language Test: 35 minutes / 44 questions
200-800 points • 2 Sections • 80 Minutes
Math Test (No Calculator): 25-minutes / 20 questions
Math Test (Calculator): 55-minutes / 38 questions
Essay (Optional) 50 Minutes
Reading: 1-4 points • Analysis: 1-4 points • Writing: 1-4 points
Reading Passage plus Analytical Essay
For SAT test prep, call now or email us using the form on this page and get a free consultation.