SAT Math Online Tutoring Classes Dubai
SAT Math Tutor Dubai Abu Dhabi Sharjah UAE : We’re so confident that you’ll improve with 800MathPrep that if you are willing to retake the test, will assure you at least 100 points improvement on your next SAT compared to your last SAT Test. Online SAT Math Prep Course at 800MathPrep, The Trainer had a track record of improvements of Student’s scores in last 10 years in UAE.
SAT Math Online Class schedule:
Every Sunday 79 pm & Friday 111 pm (8Weeks)
( Time Zone: Dubai GMT+4)
Factors to Consider Before Joining Online SAT Math Course

Improvement needed – take a free SAT Math practice test / First Attempt Test Score to see where you stand. If your score needs improvement after 1st attempt, Online SAT Math prep course may be a good option.

Study discipline – if you routinely have trouble maintaining a study schedule, you’ll find that a prep course is worth it.

Needs Motivation – if you need encouragement, feedback and motivation, a prep course with an instructor (either inperson or online) is a good option.
Benefits of Online SAT Math Prep Course

Score improvement – the top SAT prep courses will guarantee a score improvement of 100 points or more.

Simulates actual test – the online exams included in an SAT prep course do a great job of simulating the real SAT.

Experienced instructor – Online SAT Math courses that includes efficient strategies, motivation, and oneonone feedback.

Identify strengths and weaknesses – the best SAT prep courses offer advanced diagnostics to identify the topics you need to focus on.

Comprehensive study plans – SAT Math courses will help you craft, and stick to, a customized study schedule that works for you.
SAT Math Online Tutoring Classes are a great way for students to refresh their knowledge on multiple topics while also learning new material. Online SAT Math Preparation Classes will help students become more comfortable taking the SAT by offering strategies and test taking tips. The more comfortable a student is with the material and concepts, the better the student will do when taking the SAT.
The SAT exam is an admissions test used by many colleges and universities to assess a potential student’s academic strengths and readiness for college. Standardized tests such as the SAT and ACT are used in the admissions process along with other factors such as high school grades, class rank, community service, recommendations and extracurricular activities. The intent of the SAT is to measure a student’s capabilities in the core areas of reading, writing and mathematics.
SAT Math Tutoring Topics
SAT Math Tutoring Classes by Topic:
1. Heart of Algebra (SAT Math)
Solving linear equations and linear inequalities
Interpreting linear functions
Linear inequality and equation word problems
Graphing linear equations
Linear function word problems
Systems of linear inequalities word problems
Solving systems of linear equations
Summary of Tasks:
Use multiple steps to simplify an expression or equation or solve for a variable.
Solve for a variable within functions or systems of inequalities with two variables (usually x and y).
Determine whether a given point is in a solution set or what value would make an expression have no solution.
Select a graph that shows an algebraic equation, or, on the flip side, choose the equation that describes a graph.
Indicate how a graph would be affected by a given change in its equation.
2. Passport to Advanced Math
Solving quadratic equations
Interpreting nonlinear expressions
Quadratic and exponential word problems
Radicals and rational exponents
Operations with rational expressions and polynomials
Polynomial factors and graphs
Nonlinear equation graphs
Linear and quadratic systems
Structure in expressions
Isolating quantities
Functions
Summary of Tasks:
Solve equations by factoring or using other methods to rewrite them in another form.
Add, subtract, multiply, or divide two rational expressions or divide two polynomial expressions and simplify your results.
Select a graph that matches a nonlinear equation or an equation that corresponds to a graph.
Determine the equation of a curve from a description of a graph.
Figure out how a graph would change if its equation changed.
3. Problem Solving and Data Analysis
Ratios, rates, and proportions
Percent
Units
Table data
Scatterplots
Key features of graphs
Linear and exponential growth
Data inferences
Center, spread, and shape of distributions
Data collection and conclusions
Summary of Tasks:
Solve multistep problems to calculate ratio, rate, percentage, unit rate, or density.
Use a given ratio, rate, percentage, unit rate, or density to solve a multistep problem.
Select an equation that best fits a scatterplot.
Use tables to summarize data, such as probabilities.
Estimate populations based on sample data.
Use statistics to determine mean, median, mode, range, and/or standard deviation.
Evaluate tables, graphs, or text summaries.
Determine the accuracy of a data collection method.
4. Additional Topics in Math
While 90% of your questions will fall into the Heart of Algebra, Passport to Advanced Math, or Problem Solving and Data Analysis categories.
The remaining 10% will simply be classified as Additional Topics. These topics include geometry, trigonometry, and problems with complex numbers.
Volume word problems
Right triangle word problems
Congruence and similarity
Right triangle geometry
Angles, arc lengths, and trig functions
Circle theorems
Circle equations
Complex numbers
Summary of Tasks:
 Determine volume of a shape.
 Apply properties of triangles to determine side length or angle measure.
 Apply properties of circles to measure arc length and area.