Nichols School will be hosting a two-day SAT class for interested juniors, with classes on Saturday, April 24 and Saturday, May 1 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
The cost of this course is $295 and will be billed to your student account. Registration is limited to 25 students on a first-come, first-serve basis. This class is ideal for students taking the May 8 or June 5 SAT. Please note that the cost of registration for the SAT is not included in the fee for this course.
Students will be provided with a curriculum binder with practice test materials, strategy sheets, scoring guides, test-day tips and advice, and a College Board-approved stopwatch.
Day One (Saturday, April 24) - Students will take a timed diagnostic test with a trained SAT instructor. The test is an actual, released SAT from College Board, including Evidence-Based Reading and Writing and Math sections.
Day Two (Saturday, May 1) - Students will have a guided review and strategy session using the diagnostic SAT test. Areas of strength and weakness will be quickly identified for targeted practice.
Classes will take place in the Rand Dining Hall. Students will be expected to follow all regular safety measures, including completion of the daily Magnus App questionnaire. We intend to offer this class on campus. If state guidelines prohibit us from gathering, we will move to an online format.
Please contact Ms. Chris Hill at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 716-332-5162 if you have any questions about the Spring 2021 SAT Class and test preparation. Students may also visit the "Test Preparation" group on MySchoolApp for more helpful links about standardized test preparation.
Please only complete the form once. If you complete the form but do not receive a confirmation email, we will be able to contact you directly to confirm. Ms. Hill will also send a Welcome Letter with more information before the course begins.