Score 1400+ in the SAT exam

The Scholastic Assessment Test is used as an entrance exam into most colleges and universities in the United States. Get a tutor or register for classes at our centres to learn the tips and tricks you need to score above 1400 in the SAT.
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Exam Format

Here are the main components of the SAT.
Test features question types that closely reflect the kind of thinking
you'll do in graduate and professional school, including business and law.
Reading Test
– 65 minutes, 52 questions
Writing and Language Test
– 35 minutes, 44 questions
Math Test (two sections):
1) No calculator – 25 minutes, 20 questions
2) Calculator permitted – 55 minutes, 38 questions

Our SAT Exam Cost

A diagnostic test will be given to you to assess your proficiency
level, pinpointing you strengths and weaknesses in reading,
writing and listening

Our SAT program schedule

A diagnostic test will be given to you to assess your proficiency level,
pinpointing you strengths and weaknesses in reading, writing and listening

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Textbook Costs

Wondering what are the best SAT books? And which SAT
resources are the most up-to-date and comprehensive? Here are our
up-to-date reviews of the top SAT books
Book Subject Year Cost
SAT Prep Black Book: 2nd Edition SAT Tutoring 2017 10841.39 Naira
Kallis' SAT Pattern Strategy Kallis 2015 11911.43 Naira
Cracking the SAT Premium Edition with 5 Practice Tests, 2019 Princeton Review 2018 8314.50 Naira
PWN the SAT: Math Guide Mike McClenathan through CreateSpace 2016 14243.10 Naira
10 Practice Tests for the SAT, 2020 Edition Princeton Review 2019 9033.89 Naira
Barron's SAT, 29th Edition Barron's Educational Series 2017 9033.89 Naira
The Official SAT Study Guide College Study Board 2020 10841.39 Naira

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What our customers have to say!

Still unsure? We’ve put together a collection of feedback and reviews from our learners.
  • Elina Glubert
    Digital Strategist
“I earlier took the SAT class before the SAT and I did okay, but it wasn’t as good as I knew I could do better. But after learning with PrepClass, I’ve raised my potential.”
  • Greg Adeniran
Before I joined PrepClass,, I was insecure about my math skills. Now, I’m always doing math problems. I’m starting to like them more than writing!”
  • Mrs. Faith Akintola
    Teacher at Queens College
The Prepclass SAT prep course has helped our son improve his SAT practice test scores, and he really likes the format. It's easy to use and effectively directs focus of study to the areas which need the most improvement.


Some of our frequently asked questions.
Deadlines for SAT registration is approximately 5 weeks before each test date. One can register for the SAT exam online or through the mail. Registering online is considered as the most convenient and fastest way to apply for the SAT test. Aspirants below 13 years of age have to register through the mail. Also, while registering candidates can also choose their preferred SAT 2020 exam date and centres. Steps for SAT Registration 2020 process:
- Make sure to check with the college you are applying whether you need to give the SAT 2020 exam with an essay or not, then proceed accordingly.
- Visit the SAT’s official website and fill in your personal details and upload the photograph.
- Move ahead and make payment for SAT 2020 through credit card or Paypal.
- Or simply register through us by clicking here
The candidates can take the SAT exam as many times as they want. The SAT is conducted six times a year (January, May, June, October, November, and December). However, it also depends on the program/college you are applying to. If the college requires you to submit your highest SAT scores then you can take the test as many times as you want and send your highest scores to the college, they will not be able to your any other SAT score. Whereas if the college requires you to send all your score reports, then it is recommended that you should not give it more than three times.
You should still consider taking Subject Tests in case you decide on colleges or programs that do require or recommend them. You don’t want to have to try to schedule tests at the last minute. And remember, even colleges that don’t require or recommend Subject Tests may consider them as part of your application.
The weight placed on SAT scores varies from school to school. Colleges and universities also consider high school grade point average and academic transcript, letters of recommendation, interviews, and personal essays when deciding on admissions. In addition, virtually all U.S. colleges and universities will accept ACT scores in lieu of SAT scores. For more specific information about the weight of your scores, contact the admissions offices of the schools to which you will apply.