Udemy SAT Critical Reading Mastery : A Better Score Guaranteed
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My name is Sam Levin and I've been helping students achieve high SAT scores for over 4 years.
For many students, the Critical Reading section is the most challenging. How can someone possibly get better at READING in a short period of time?
Well, there is NO magic bullet.
But, by practicing the techniques discussed in this course and completing all the practice questions (12 assignments + a full-length critical reading exam), your reading abilities will improve and you'll achieve a higher score on the SAT.
This course contains a range of videos which are meant to work together to make sure that you fully understand effective SAT techniques and also how to apply them. It will go something like this:
-introduce a strategy
-practice on your own
-review the practice questions in a video
This cycle will repeat throughout the course. The strategies build on each other so that the things you learn in the first lesson will still come up even at the end of the course.
I am so confident your score will improve that I am willing to extend a 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee.
So what does this course include?
Tried and true strategies for every part of the reading section
Analysis of every section and question type
Example questions demonstrating the strategies in action
Example passages and questions detailing the way that you should approach every passage
12 assignments and a full length Critical Reading exam with walk-throughs and explanations.
The "Big Vocabulary List" - a collection of vocabulary words that are frequently tested and MUST be memorized.
Unrestricted, unlimited access to my time in the Questions section of the course - I'm here to answer any and all SAT related questions.
I look forward to seeing you in the class.
P.S. need help with the essay? Check out my essay course.
What are the requirements?
A printer is preferred but not mandatory.
A pen and paper to work along with the course.
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 56 lectures and 3 hours of content!
Improve your SAT Critical Reading score.
What is the target audience?
Anyone taking the SAT