FREE SAT Prep Course at Puente Learning Center

Join Mundo Academy and Puente Learning Center as you prepare for the SAT in May or June. This 6-week intensive course will teach you how to approach the exam and prepare you by reviewing key concepts commonly tested. Our virtual classroom will keep you engaged by using a variety of learning tools. In addition, our tutors will ensure you get the support you need.

Dates

March 24th to May 1st
Wednesdays: 4pm-5:30pm
Saturdays: 10:30am-12pm

Topics Covered

* Heart of Algebra
*Passport to Advanced Math
*Problem Solving and Data Representation
*Key Grammar Concepts
*Reading Strategies
*Vocabulary
*General Test-Taking Tips and Tricks*

Practice Tests

You will take 2 practice tests on March 27th and April 17th from 9am-12:30pm. Practice tests will be taken on paper with an online proctor.

Support

Our expert team will ensure you have the support you need. We will have office hours twice a week to review anything you didn't understand in class. We will use results from the practice tests to create small groups that will cover the most important material for you.

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Got a question?
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Look at our list of questions here, and if we didn’t address your question, send us an email or give us a call/text!

Frequently Asked Questions

What does it mean if a school is test optional?

Test optional schools are those that don’t require that you submit a SAT or ACT score with your application. These schools will use other parts of your application such as your essays, courses, and activities to assess your college readiness. However, if you do submit scores, they will be taken into consideration.

If I'm only applying to test optional schools like UCs and Cal States, do I still need to take the SAT?

Even if schools are test optional, many other opportunities such as scholarships and internships may still require the you have a SAT score. You can always take the SAT and not submit it to your schools, but have a score in case you need it for other purposes.

What if my test is canceled?

We closely monitor the College Board website with any cancellations. However, even if the exam is cancelled, the content we review in this course will help you beyond the SAT.

How to I sign up for a weekend SAT?

If you haven’t registered for a weekend SAT or ACT date, please do so ASAP. You can go to collegeboard.org. You may also want to ask your college counselor if there are any fee waivers available for you.

Questions about the course

What if I can't make one of the practice tests?

If you can’t make one of our scheduled practice tests because of a circumstance beyond your control, you will still be required to complete it during the weekend when it was administered.

What materials do I need?

A notebook and pencil! That’s it. Oh, and your attention and willingness to learn.

What if I've never taken the SAT before?

Not a problem at all. We’ll teach you everything you need to know.