SAT Private Tutoring
SAT is the single most important factor to get you into a top undergrad program in the US and Canada. So if you’re looking forward to studying in the states get ready to ace your SAT.
The SAT has changed. The New SAT  made its debut in March 2016 and impacts students in the class of 2017 or younger. Our team has studied the changes thoroughly and here is an overview
The content on the New SAT is very similar to that which is on the ACT. The major difference is in how the concepts are tested and the steps students will have to take to solve problems correctly. Students have to reason their way through this exam by tackling problems in a linear and sequential fashion; a student’s ability to process information quickly is key.
The new SAT (as of spring 2016)
SECTIONS2 sections
  • Math
  • Evidence-Based Reading and Writing
SCORINGTotal score (400–1600)
  • 2 section scores (200–800)
  • 3 test scores (10–40)
  • 7 sub-scores (1–15)
  • 2 cross-test scores
LENGTH OF TEST (WITHOUT BREAKS)3 hours (without essay)
3 hours, 50 minutes (with essay)
ANSWER CHOICES4 answer choices per question
INCORRECT ANSWER PENALTYNo penalty for incorrect answers
FORMAT OF TESTPaper and pencil (The College Board has announced a computer-based option is forthcoming.)
  • Two tests:
    • Reading Test
    • Writing and Language Test
  • No more sentence completions; focus on multiple-meaning words
  • Passages will draw from significant historical or scientific documents – may include informational graphics, such as charts
  • The reading passages will include complex structure and vocabulary
  • Passage-based grammar – including punctuation
MATHFocuses on:
  • Application-based, multi-step questions
  • Higher-level math, including trigonometry
  • One set of “extended-thinking” grid-in questions (worth 4 points);
  • Core math competencies (translating math into English and English into math)
  • A deep understanding of the theories behind mathematical principles, such as building equations
CALCULATORSCalculators only allowed in the longer of the two math sections
THE ESSAYThe essay is optional (50 minutes, timed)
Students will be provided a substantial passage (600–700 words) and will then be asked to analyze how the author built their argument; students will need to understand the techniques authors used to write persuasively
Timing on the new SAT
Writing and Language3544
Essay (optional)501
Everything you need for SAT success
When you enroll with OPUS you get all the tools
and resources that you will need to succeed on test day:
4 Official College Board SAT practice exams4 OPUS Prep lesson books
Unlimited access to our online homework helpTaught by a 99th percentile scoring instructor
Dedicated SAT instructors

Every OPUS SAT instructor has scored in the 99th percentile on the official SAT and has prior teaching experience. But, that’s not enough. Before they ever set foot in a classroom, all instructors are audited through rigorous demo’s.

Comprehensive support

OPUS SAT students will receive comprehensive material and
faculty support throughout their course.


OPUS will provide you with 75 hours of one – on – one personalized training. This helps our instructors to zone in to your learning style and make YOU a better test taker.

The schedules for your classes are flexible and you can schedule your own SLOTS.


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