Attention college-bound juniors and seniors: maximize your SAT scoring potential. Learn powerful test-taking techniques and strategies for improving your score. High scores on the SAT can help with admittance to the college of your choice and increase the size of potential scholarships. Prepare for the three sections of the SAT: math, critical reading and writing. For the math section, you will review the basic concepts of algebra and geometry. This review is especially important for students who are currently taking upper-level math and have been away from the basics for awhile. Additionally, problems from third-year college preparatory math (including exponential growth, absolute value and functional notation) will be covered to give you an edge on the more advanced problems. Preparation for the critical reading section stresses vocabulary, reading comprehension and grammar skills. Prepare for the writing section by practicing the 25-minute timed essay and reviewing grammar, usage and word choice. Your essay will be scored according to College Board standards and returned to you. Students in all sections will meet for one additional hour at either the second or third class meeting. Click here for up-coming test dates.