MLICETS, an American
Education Initiative of MLI Consulting, Inc.
New York is a value leader in goal-driven and skill-enhancing test
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test-taking skills of each of the SAT review course
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Rules for Sentence Improvement, Review of anchor-phrase
strategy for Reading Comprehension, and Review of
SAT-specific Math concepts and completion of SAT-relevant
concept-specific assignments in factoring, algebra,
Statistics 101 (mean, median, mode, Standard Deviation), and
geometry. The estimated time-burden for completion of
mandatory pre-SAT-course assignments is 40-50 hours. You will
receive instructions for downloading and completing the
pre-SAT-class assignments as soon as you register or 30 days
before the scheduled SAT prep class date, whichever is
earlier. Also, to be eligible for the SAT Score guarantee,
you will be required to attend all SAT prep class sessions
in the SAT prep course center to which you are assigned and
to actively participate in all SAT-class-tests and
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REVIEW SAT COURSE? For starters, MLIC SAT prep courses offere 42 hours of in-class training versus 18 to 21 hours offered by Kaplan or Princeton Review. MLIC SAT prep courses use a coaching approach that uniquely identifies your weaknesses and proactively helps you get better in those areas of weaknesses. MLIC prep materials are frequently updated to reflect changes on the SAT Reasoning test and to include newer types of questions appearing on the SAT. MLIC preparation for SAT math and SAT Verbal reasoning areas are the most thorough ones you can work with. Click here to read more.
- MLICETS SAT prep courses
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Kaplan SAT courses and Princeton Review SAT prep classes
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arms SAT prep class participants with works-every-time
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- All MLICETS SAT prep classes
are taught by our full-time employees, who are M.B.A
graduates and who take the standardized tests repeatedly
to be fully apprised of the new developments and who bring
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process. As consultants, our teachers identify each
client's unique problems and weaknesses and engage in
problem-solving for the clients. We bring the same
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participant's unique deficiencies and problem areas in
order to be able to bring each participant up to the
required level of SAT test-competency. In Contrast, Kaplan
SAT courses and Princeton Review SAT classes may use
part-time students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate
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experience or expertise to bring the SAT course
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MLICETS SAT TURBOPREP
COURSES AVAILABLE DURING JULY 2008 TO JUNE
MLICETS SAT TURBOPREP™ COURSES SCHEDULE FOR 2008-2009 SAT TESTING SEASON.
|MLIC SAT TURBOPREP™ COURSES SCHEDULE ||SAT TURBOPREP™ courses are offered in the following centers:
NEW YORK CITY (MANHATTAN), PHILADELPHIA, WASHINGTON D.C./CRYSTAL CITY,
BOSTON, ATLANTA, MIAMI
CHICAGO, DALLAS TX, HOUSTON TX
LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO, SEATTLE WA,
TORONTO, MONTREAL, VANCOUVER (CANADIAN LOCATIONS)
YOU CAN ENROLL IN MLIC ONLINE PREP COURSE FOR THE SAT FROM ANYWHERE.
||MLIC TURBOPREP COURSE DATE
||REGISTER IN THE COURSE
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - OCTOBER 4, 2008
|| SEPT. 14, 15, 16 & 21, 22, 23 -- 2008
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on Sept.14 and 21; On Sept. 15-16 and 22-23, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on September 21, 2008.
| JULY 31, 2008|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - NOVEMBER 1, 2008
|| OCT. 12, 13, 14 & 19, 20, 21 -- 2008
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on October 12 and 19; On Oct. 13-14 and 20-21, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on October 19, 2007.
| AUG. 29, 2008|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - DECEMBER 6, 2008
|| NOVEMBER. 9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18 -- 2008
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on November 9 and 16; On November. 10-11 and 27-18, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on November 16, 2007.
| SEPT. 20, 2008|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - JANUARY 24, 2009
|| DECEMBER 12, 13, 14 & 19, 20, 21 -- 2008
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on January 11 and 18, 2008; On January 12-13 and 19-20, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on December 19, 2008.
| NOVEMBER 28, 2008|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - MARCH 14, 2009
|| FEBRUARY 15, 16, 17 & 22, 23, 24 -- 2009
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on February 15 and 22, 2008; On February 16-17 and 23-23, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on Februar 22, 2009.
| DECEMBER 28, 2008|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - MAY 2, 2009
|| APRIL 11, 12, 13 & 18, 19, 20 -- 2009
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on APRIL 11 and 18, 2008; On APRIL 12-13 and 19-20, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on APRIL 18, 2009.
| FEBRUARY 27, 2009|
|SAT ADMINISTRATON - JUNE 6, 2009
|| MAY 16, 17, 18 & 23, 24, 25 -- 2009
The classes will meet between 05:00 P.M. and 09:00 P.M. on MAY 16 AND 23, 2008; On MAY 17-18 and 24-25, the classes will meet from 09:30 A.M. to 06:30 P.M. Participants will be required to complete 10 hours of home assignments before they return to the class on MAY 23, 2009.
| MARCH 25, 2009|
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If MLIC Turboprep™ SAT course is not offered in your area, you should enroll in MLIC's industry-leading ONLINE prep course for the SAT Reasoning Test. MLIC was the fist Educational Training company to introduce ONLINE education and training for the Standardized Admission tests such as the SAT, GMAT, GRE, and LSAT in 1991, and has since set the gold standard by which all other SAT prep courses ought to be judged.
The ONLINE prep course for the SAT by MLIc can be completed in 4 to 8 weeks, with 15 to 20 hours of time commitment per week. When you Register in MLIC's goal-driven and skill-enhancing SAT ONLINE prep course, you wil be set up with a dedicated instructor, who will be responsible for the following activities:
Setting you up with weekly study and assignment completion plans;
Providing feedback on your completed and submitted assignments;
Customizing the training on the basis of a diagnostic assessment of your unique weaknesses as identified from your diagnostic assignments sent to you initially;
Scheduling telephonic conferences during which we can discuss with you one-on-one and in real-time your specific weaknesses, your understanding of concepts and procedures, and stategies for enhancing your effectiveness in a time-critical SAT test environment.
WHY MLIC ONLINE PREP COURSE FOR THE SAT IS THE BEST ONLINE TRAINING OPTION FOR THE SAT
Kaplan and Princeton Review both offer ONLINE prep courses for the SAT Reasoning Test but these courses require you to work on your own
in clueless serendipity. They set you up with some practice tests and quizzes on the computer and you receive a score and an automated feedback on your test results. You will then be able to work on some more practice quizzes on your own. You will not receive the guidance, help, and coaching support of a professitonal tutor in Kaplan SAT and Princeton Review SAT courses. Princeton Review's Live Online Course allows you to talk to an instructor over the internet but this option works like a tutorial rather than a training option. In MLIC online prep course for the SAT, you will receive proactive interventional support in your areas of weakness, and we do not leave it up to you to contact us in case you have any questions. We show you what it takes to receive a score of better than 2,100, drill procedural and conceptual understanding in all SAT assessment areas, use the patent-pending CPSD methodology to give you works-every-time Strategies for maximizing your test-taking effectiveness in a time-critical SAT environment, and made Diagnostic assessment of your unique weaknesses and challenges in order to proactively coach and train you to the required level of proficiency. MLIC actively trains you rather than leave it up to you ask us questions. MLIC leads all other prep courses by a wide country mile. Enroll in MLIC SAT ONLINE prep course today and get set for a score of better than 2,100 on the SAT.
The fee for the MLIC ONLINE prep course for the SAT is U$695.
MLICETS SAT PREPARATION COURSE REGISTRATION PROCEDURE AND THE COURSE FEE
You can Register to
be trained in MLIC SAT TURBOPREP™ courses by calling us toll
free at 1 866 542 6542 or at +1 212 682 5000 or at +1 312 235 2850 or at +1 213 985 3450 or
at +1 214 329 9678.
Alternately, you can send in your
registration using our SECURE SAT PREP COURSES REGISTRATION
register or 30 days before the start date for the SAT
Turboprep™ course in which you are registered, you will
receive instructions for completing the required pre-class SAT
The fee for the SAT prep course featuring 42 hours of in-class coaching, 40 hours of pre-class training, additional 40 hours of post-class training is $1,195 in U.S.A.
The fee for the SAT
Turbo-Prep class is GBP795 in London England, and US$1595 in
all other international locations.
The fee for the SAT ONLINE PREP COURSE is U$695. You will be working with a dedicated human instructor, who will be responsible for setting you up with the required weekly assignment and study plans, for providing feedback on your completed and submitted assignments, and for scheduling telephonic conferences with you over a period of 4 to 6 weeks that it takes to complete the online prep course.
WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM MLICETS SAT PREP
Students who would like to
develop Conceptual understanding of content in all three assessment areas of the SAT and to hone their reasoning skills in order to
shoot for and achieve a SAT Total Score of better than 2100
will find our SAT TurboPrep course a great value for their
SAT prep-time and SAT prep-course dollars. A SAT total Score
of 2100 or better will make your application to a Top-rated
Undergraduate program very competitive, and our SAT prep
course will help you achieve this objective. The MLICETS SAT prep course is a coaching program, not an useless Q&A tutorial session such as the one offered by Kaplan SAT prep or Princeton Review SAT courses. The coaching effort made by our instructors will identify unique weaknesses exhibited by participants and customize training in all three assessment areas in order to bring each participant up to the required speed for an SAT test score of better than 2100. SAT prep course participants must be willing to actively participate in in-class tests and in the after-class home assignments. ENROLL IN OUR GOAL-DRIVEN AND SKILL-ENHANCING
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STRUCTURE OF MLICETS SAT REASONING TEST PREPARATION COURSE SCHEDULE FOR PRE-COURSE AND IN-CLASS TRAINING
+++ TYPICAL SAT PREP-CLASS SCHEDULE and SAT
PRE-COURSE/POST-COURSE TRAINING SCHEDULE IN ALL SAT
PREP-CENTERS... CLICK HERE TO READ MORE AND LEARN ABOUT THE MANDATORY PRE-SAT-CLASS TRAINING AND IN-CLASS SAT PREPARATION PROGRAM. MLICETS SAT preparation courses are held over two consecutive weekends, with in-class training running over 6 days. Click to Read more..
All participants who register
and are confirmed in our industry-leading MLICETS SAT
Turboprep course are required to complete about 110 to 120
hours of kick-ass training in three distinct phases as
described below. The in-class training is preceded by
mandatory PRE-SAT-COURSE study and training and followed by
mandatory POST-SAT-COURSE training as described
SAT REASONING TEST IN-CLASS
SAT TURBOPREP IN-CLASSS
TRAINING is held over 6 days (two Weekend
sessions), with the following schedule.
FRIDAY session runs from
05:00 p.m. to 09:00 p.m.
SATURDAY session runs
from 09:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
SUNDAY session runs from
09:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
The class will meet again
the following FRIDAY and will run from 05:00 p.m. to 09:00
Then, the class will
continue on SATURDAY AND SUNDAY from 09:30 a.m. to 06:00
TOTAL IN-CLASS PREP
HOURS: 40 HOURS
All in-class SAT training
sessions in all SAT training centers are preceded by
mandatory PRE-CLASS training and mandatory POST-SAT-CLASS
training as described below
PRE-CLASS TRAINING SCHEDULE
About 6 weeks prior to the
start of in-class SAT training or as soon as you sign up,
whichever is later, you will receive instructions for
downloading your mandatory pre-SAT-class study and
assignment files. The pre-SAT-course training can be
completed from your home, and requires 40 hours of study and
assignment completion effort on the registered participant's
part. The pre-class assignments will cover the following
REVIEW OF ANALYTICAL
WRITING BASICS and Completion of 6 writing
Review of Grammar Rules
and Idiom Rules as they apply to the Writing Section of
the SAT -- Sentence improvement and Paragraph improvement
sections on the SAT Reasoning Test require that be
conversant with the English grammar and idiom rules. The
pre-course training is designed to give you the exposure
that is critical to getting the best value from the
in-class SAT training and SAT Coaching.
Review of Math basics and
Math concepts such as Numbers theory, factoring, Algebra
101, Statistics 101 (mean, median, mode, standard
deviation), Word Problems, Geometry formulas and
Concepts, concept of Probability/ Proportion/ Ratios/
Percentages. Following the review of concepts
covering all the above areas, you will be required to
complete concept-specific assignments in numbers theory,
algebra, and statistics 101. Expected time for
completion of study and assignments is 20-25
Basic Rules for Reading
Comprehension and Critical Reasoning that is tested in the
SAT Reasoning test.
Completion of mandatory
Pre-SAT-course study and assignments is a critical
requirement for validating your SAT Test Score Guarantee
offered by MLICETS.
pre-SAT-course assignment files will be used as the
diagnostic benchmark for determining your unique
weaknesses and for measuring progress during the in-class
SAT PREP COURSE HOTLINE AND CONTACT
WHAT IS THE NEW SAT REASONING TEST AND WHAT
SKILLS DOES IT MEASURE?
SAT Reasoning Test is a measure of the critical reasoning skills you will need to succeed in an academic enviroment. The SAT Reasoning Test assesses how well you analyze information and solve problems.. Click to Read more.
SAT Reasoning Test
The SAT Reasoning Test is a measure of the
critical thinking skills you'll need for academic success in
college. The SAT assesses how well you analyze and solve
problems—skills you learned in school that you'll need in
college. The SAT is typically taken by high school juniors and
Each section of the SAT is scored on a
scale of 200—800, with two writing subscores for
multiple-choice and the essay. It is administered seven times
a year in the U.S., Puerto Rico, and U.S. Territories, and six
times a year overseas.
TYPES OF QUESTIONS TESTED ON THE NEW SAT REASONING TEST
TYPES OF QUESTIONS TESTED ON THE SAT REASONING TEST. The SAT includes a Critical Reading, Math, and Writing section, with a specific number of questions related to content in each of these SAT assessment areas....... Click to Read more.
SAT Question Types
The SAT includes a Critical Reading, Math, and
section, with a specific number of questions related to
content in each of these three assessment areas.
The Critical Reading
|70 min. (two 25-min. sections and
one 20-min. section)
||Critical reading and sentence-level
||Reading comprehension, sentence
completions, and paragraph-length critical
The critical reading section, formerly
known as the verbal section, includes short reading passages
along with the existing long reading passages. Analogies have
been eliminated, but sentence-completion questions and
passage-based reading questions remain.
The Critical Reading Section measures:
Sentence Completion questions measure
- knowledge of the meanings of words
- ability to understand how the different
parts of a sentence fit logically together
The READING questions on
the SAT measure a student's ability to read and think
carefully about several different passages ranging in length
from about 100 to about 850 words. Passages are taken from a
variety of fields, including the humanities, social studies,
natural sciences, and literary fiction. They vary in style and
can include narrative, argumentative, and expository elements.
Some selections consist of a pair of related passages on a
shared issue or theme that you are asked to compare and
The following kinds of questions may be
asked about a passage:
- Vocabulary in Context: These
questions ask you to determine the meanings of words from
their context in the reading passage.
- Literal Comprehension: These
questions assess your understanding of significant
information directly stated in the passage.
- Extended Reasoning: These
questions measure your ability to synthesize and analyze
information as well as to evaluate the assumptions made and
the techniques used by the author. Most of the reading
questions fall into this category. You may be asked to
identify cause and effect, make inferences, recognize a main
idea or an author's tone, and follow the logic of an analogy
or an argument.
|70 min. (two 25-min.
sections and one 20-min. section)
||Number and operations;
algebra and functions; geometry; statistics,
probability, and data analysis
multiple-choice questions and student-produced
The SAT includes expanded math topics,
such as exponential growth, absolute value, and functional
notation, and place greater emphasis on such other topics as
linear functions, manipulations with exponents, and properties
of tangent lines.
Important skills formerly measured in the
quantitative comparison format, such as estimation and number
sense, will continue to be measured through the multiple
choice and student response (grid-in) questions.
Can you use a calculator
during the SAT Reasoning Test?
Yes. Students can use a four-function,
scientific, or graphing calculator. The College Board
recommends that students use a calculator at least at the
scientific level for the SAT, although it's still possible to
solve every question without a calculator.
The Math Section has two types of
||Grammar, usage, and word
||Multiple choice questions (35 min.)
and student-written essay (25 min.)
The writing section includes both
multiple-choice questions and a direct writing measure in the
form of an essay.
- The short essay measures your ability
- Organize and express ideas clearly
- Develop and support the main idea
- Use appropriate word choice and
- You'll be asked to develop a
point of a view on an issue, using reasoning and evidence —
based on your own experiences, readings, or observations —
to support your ideas.
- The essay will be scored by
trained high school and college teachers. Each reader will
give the essay a score from 1 to 6 (6 is the highest score)
based on the overall quality of the essay and your
demonstration of writing competence.
- Get more information
about the essay:
- Sample Essay
of happiness and fulfillment, not personal gain, is the best
motivation and reward for one's achievements. Expecting a
reward of wealth or recognition for achieving a goal can
lead to disappointment and frustration. If we want to be
happy in what we do in life, we should not seek achievement
for the sake of winning wealth and fame. The personal
satisfaction of a job well done is its own
- Essay Scoring Guide --
SAT Writing essays are scored by
experienced high school teachers and college faculty members
who primarily teach English, composition, or language arts
courses, or who teach a course in another subject that
requires a substantial amount of writing.
Readers will use the Scoring Guide in conjunction with sample essays selected for
training. The Scoring Guide provides a consistent and coherent framework for
differentiating between score points.
Each essay will be scored independently
by two qualified readers on a scale of 1 to 6, with 6 being
the highest score. The combined score for both readers will
range from 2 to12. If the two readers' scores are more than
one point apart, a third reader resolves the
These sample essays were written in
response to the assignment presented above. They are in rank
order from highest to lowest scores (6 to 1). Each essay is
followed by an essay scorer's description of why the essay
received a particular score.
Multiple-Choice Writing Section on the
SAT Reasoning Test
- The multiple-choice writing questions
measure your ability to:
- Improve sentences and paragraphs
- Identify errors (such as diction,
grammar, sentence construction, subject-verb agreement,
proper word usage, and wordiness)
- Try multiple-choice
- Identifying Sentence
This question type measures your ability
- recognize faults in usage
- recognize effective sentences that
follow the conventions of standard written English
- Improving Sentences --
This question type on the SAT measures your ability
- recognize and correct faults in usage
and sentence structure
- recognize effective sentences that
follow the conventions of standard written English
This type of question measures your
- edit and revise sentences in the
context of a paragraph or entire essay
- organize and develop paragraphs in a
coherent and logical manner
- apply the conventions of standard
The Unscored Section
In addition, there is one 25-minute
unscored section, known as the variable or equating section.
This unscored section may be either a critical reading, math,
or writing multiple-choice section. This unscored section does
not count toward the final score, but is used to try out new
questions for future editions of the SAT and to ensure that
scores on new editions of the SAT are comparable to scores on
earlier editions of the test.
Order of SAT Test
The 25-minute essay will always be the
first section of the SAT, and the 10-minute multiple-choice
writing section will always be the final section. The
remaining six 25-minute sections can appear in any order, as
can the two 20-minute sections. Test takers sitting next to
each other in the same testing session may have test books
with entirely different sections.
CALENDAR OF SAT REASONING TEST ADMINISTRATION DATES FOR THE 2007-2008 SAT TESTING SEASON.
SAT REASONING TEST CALENDAR SHOWING SAT TESTING DATES AND THE FEES FOR THE 2007-2008 TESTING SEASON.SEE THE DATES THE TEST IS OFFERED, REGISTRATION DEADLINES, INFORMATION ABOUT THE FEE, ETC. Click to Read more.
REASONING TEST CALENDAR AND FEES FOR THE 2007-2008 TESTING
2007-2008 Test Dates
Test Dates and related deadlines for
SAT 2007-2008 period
||SAT TEST Registration
||SAT & Subject Tests
||September 10, 2007
||September 14, 2007
||September 14, 2007|
||SAT & Subject Tests
||October 2, 2007
||October 11, 2007
||September 12, 2007
||October 11, 2007|
||SAT & Subject Tests
||October 30, 2007
||November 8, 2007
||October 10, 2007
||November 8, 2007|
||SAT & Subject Tests
||December 26, 2007
||January 4, 2008
||December 5, 2007
||January 4, 2008|
||January 29, 2008
||February 7, 2008
||February 7, 2008|
||SAT & Subject Tests
||April 1, 2008
||April 10, 2008
||March 12, 2008
||April 10, 2008|
||SAT & Subject Tests
||MAY 6, 2008
||May 15, 2008
||April 16, 2008
||May 15, 2008|
|* U.S. dates are postmark
dates; International dates are receipt dates.|
March 1,2008 the SAT is only offered in the U.S., U.S.
Territories, and Puerto Rico. Subject Tests are not
administered on this
- Sunday administrations will occur the
day after each Saturday test date for students who cannot
test on Saturday for religious reasons. The October Sunday
Test day is October 22, to avoid conflict with Jewish
holiday of Simchat Torah.
- The Language Tests with Listening are
offered in November only. The final administration of the
ELPT was January 22, 2005.
- For students testing outside the U.S.,
U.S. territories, and Puerto Rico: Web registration, and
telephone re-registration must be received by the
international deadline dates listed above.
- You can register to take the SAT Reasoning and SAT subject tests by logging on to REGISTRATION FOR SAT REASONING SITE AT COLLEGEBOARD.COM. You will be asked to set up an account (free) and create your own log-in I.D. and password before you can use the ONLINE Registration for the SAT Reasoning Test.
- Mailed registration materials must be
postmarked by the U.S. deadlines.
- Mailed international registration
materials must be received by the international deadlines.
SAT REASONING TEST
|SAT Subject Tests
the $18.00 Basic Registration Fee to the total fee for
the Subject Tests):
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