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Bridging Gap offers state-of-the-art SAT prep classes to help students score their best on the exam.

We offer a free initial assessment to identify areas of the test that challenge students the most. From there, we create a unique plan to tackle each issue. By combining traditional tutoring with our state-of-the-art test prep platform, we’re able to fill in the learning gaps holding back your child. Our proprietary test prep software adapts practice tests to your child’s performance so they are constantly optimizing their approach, time spent on questions, and more. To put it simply, tutors and students know exactly where to focus their attention to get a higher score.

By the end of the process, your child will take the SAT with complete confidence.

We offer in-person and online sessions, but sign up soon; test prep slots go fast.

Test Dates

SAT Test DatesSAT Registration Deadline
Aug 24, 2024Aug 9, 2024
Oct 5, 2024Sept 20, 2024
Nov 2, 2024Oct 18, 2024
Dec 7, 2024Nov 22, 2024
Mar 8, 2025Feb 21, 2025
May 3, 2025Apr 18, 2025
June 7, 2025May 22, 2025
Dates pulled from collegeboard.org

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Test Details

Digital SAT
Math Modules
Module 1: 35 minutes
Module 2: 35 minutes
Reading & Writing Modules
Module 1: 32 minutes
Module 2: 32 minutes

 

OVERVIEW OF THE READING AND WRITING SECTION

The Reading and Writing section of the test includes short reading passages, each followed by a multiple-choice question. These questions are categorized into four domains: Craft and Structure, Information and Ideas, Standard English Conventions, and Expression of Ideas. The questions are grouped by skill similarity and arranged in increasing difficulty to assist with time management.

 

The Test Structure

The test consists of 2 modules, encompassing questions from all 4 domains.

Nature of Passages

Passages in this section vary in length, ranging from 25 to 150 words. They cover diverse subjects such as literature, history/social studies, humanities, and science.

DURATION AND QUESTION BREAKDOWN FOR READING AND WRITING SECTION

Total Time: 64 minutes, comprising 54 questions in total

1st Module: Lasts for 32 minutes and includes 27 questions on reading and writing

2nd Module: Spans 32 minutes, with an additional 27 questions on reading and writing.

 

OVERVIEW OF MATH SECTION

The Math section on the SAT emphasizes crucial math areas essential for success in college and career. It covers the following areas:

  • Algebra
  • Advanced Math
  • Problem-Solving
  • Data Analysis
  • Geometry and Trigonometry

 

This section, much like the Reading and Writing section, is organized into 2 modules.

 

DURATION AND QUESTION BREAKDOWN FOR MATH SECTION

 

Total Time: 70 minutes, comprising 44 questions in total

1st Module: Lasts for 35 minutes and includes 22 questions

2nd Module: Also spans 35 minutes, with an additional 22 questions

 

IMPORTANT. The use of a calculator is permitted in both modules of the Math section.

Questions for the Reading Section are Grouped into 4 Themes

Information and Ideas: This domain tests skills in comprehension, analysis, reasoning, and the ability to find, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information from text and graphics.

Craft and Structure: It assesses understanding and usage of vocabulary, analysis, synthesis, and reasoning skills. It also involves evaluating texts rhetorically and connecting related texts.

Expression of Ideas: This focuses on revising texts to enhance written expression and achieve rhetorical objectives.

Standard English Conventions: It involves editing texts to adhere to the fundamental conventions of Standard English in terms of sentence structure, usage, and punctuation.

Questions for the Math Section are Grouped into 4 Themes

Each module contains questions from all these categories. The questions in each module are ordered from simplest to most complex, giving you an optimal chance to display your knowledge and abilities.

Algebra: Between 13 to 15 questions

Advanced Math: Also 13 to 15 questions

Problem-Solving and Data Analysis: Ranges from 5 to 7 questions

Geometry and Trigonometry: Similarly, 5 to 7 questions

Doors Open at 7:45 a.m.

Arrive on time. Check your admission ticket for arrival time and the test center address. Test centers open at 7:45 a.m., and doors close at 8 a.m. sharp. You can't enter once testing has started. If you're late or absent, you must register again, and standard fees apply. If you're borrowing a device from College Board, arrive 30 minutes early to sign in and set up the exam. You'll get an admission ticket once setup is complete. Bring all necessary items.

Testing Starts Between 8:15 and 8:45 a.m.

The proctor will start check-in. Your seat is already assigned. Follow these steps:

  • Connect to Wi-Fi and open the Bluebook™ application for instructions.
  • The proctor answers procedural questions only.
  • You will receive a start code to begin the test. The app tracks your time.
  • Each student is timed individually, so breaks and test completion vary.
  • The test has two sections: Reading and Writing and Math, divided into timed modules.
  • You can review answers within a module until time expires, but you can't go back once you move on.
  • Your answers are submitted automatically. If submission fails, they will be saved to your device, and you can resubmit by the next day.

The Digital Testing Application

The Bluebook app is used for the digital SAT, offering various helpful features, including a test preview and practice tests. Download the app from the Bluebook website and follow the installation instructions. Complete the exam set up five days before the test to receive your admission ticket.

 

During the test, tools available in the app include:

  • A reference sheet and calculator for math questions (you may also bring your own calculator).
  • An annotation tool for reading and writing questions.
  • A feature to cross out wrong multiple-choice answers.
  • A review-marking tool for questions you want to revisit.
  • Zoom functions, via keyboard shortcuts on laptops or by pinching on tablets.

 

If problems arise, raise your hand for the proctor or use the Help icon for tips.

Breaks

You'll have a 10-minute break during the test. Taking an unscheduled break will reduce your testing time. During breaks:

  • Leave your device open.
  • Keep your ID with you; it will be checked upon re-entry.
  • Leave your calculator on your desk.

Dismissal

Testing typically ends before noon unless you have extended time accommodations. Your answers are submitted automatically, but if submission fails, they are saved to your device for later resubmission by the end of the next day. The proctor will then collect scratch paper, return your items, and dismiss you quietly.

Testing Devices

You can use various devices, including laptops (Windows or MacOS), iPads, Windows tablets, or school-managed Chromebooks. Download Bluebook before the test. Complete exam setup 1-5 days prior, ensuring your device meets all requirements. Your device must stay charged for 3 hours and be Wi-Fi capable. Bring a power cord or portable charger. You may use an external mouse and keyboard if necessary. Close all other applications before the test. If your device fails, you can switch to another, with help from the proctor or tech coordinator. Arrive 30 minutes early if borrowing a device to complete exam setup and get your admission ticket.

Prohibited Devices

Mobile phones and electronics aren't allowed. Your scores can be canceled if rules aren't followed.

 

Remember:

  • Staff will collect devices or place them away from your desk during the test, including breaks.
  • Any prohibited device that makes noise, is seen in use, or is accessed will lead to dismissal, score cancellation, and possible confiscation.
  • The College Board isn't responsible for personal items' loss or damage.

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Why Choose Bridging Gap

Your child’s success begins with the guidance of expert educators who specialize in SAT tutoring. They’ll give your child a current breakdown of the exam and teach them how to tackle its hurdles.

Our program goes beyond essential test-taking strategies. We equip students with the skills to handle unfamiliar scenarios and beat the clock.

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Benefits that Extend into College

Our teaching methods instill habits and values that go beyond SAT prep solutions. With Bridging Gap, your child will pick up skills and study habits that carry them through college.

Better Stress Management

If your child feels overwhelmed at preparing for the SAT, our blueprint for success is here to help. With a concrete plan in hand, test prep becomes less and less stressful. Each session of purposeful practice replaces anxiety with confidence. By test time, your child is well-prepared to reach their goal.

State-of-the-art Testing Platform

We combine traditional tutoring techniques with our state-of-the-art test prep platform. The platform adapts practice tests to your child’s performance and generates detailed reports.

With this informed in hand, we can track progress with a high degree of accuracy and make adjustments along the way.

Your tutors know what to work on, which learning gaps need to be filled, and how to guarantee a better score for your child.

SAT prep classes with Bridging Gap are a win-win-win for tutors, parents, and students alike. Avoid the waiting list, and call today to secure a slot for your child. Let us know if you prefer in-person or online sessions.

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Student Colleges and Universities

Our students have proudly earned acceptances from prestigious institutions, including the following.

University of Georgia

Georgia Tech

Emory

Georgetown

University of Alabama Birmingham

University of Florida

Army Westpoint

Ohio State

Kennesaw State

Georgia State

Clemson University

Union College, New York

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FAQs

What makes Bridging Gap USA’s SAT Test Prep different from others?

Our SAT Prep classes stand out because we only hire state-certified teachers with a proven track record of success. You’ll also receive a thorough academic assessment to pinpoint the subject areas that challenge you the most. We also guarantee an improvement in your score as long as you follow our protocol. Every student to date has seen an improvement in their score going through our program.

Are the tutoring sessions for SAT Test Prep available online?

 Yes, we offer both in-person and online tutoring options to accommodate your needs. Whether you prefer face-to-face learning or the flexibility of online sessions, we have you covered.

How long does the SAT Test Prep program last?

The duration of our SAT Test Prep program varies based on your individual needs and goals. Typically, we recommend am 8 to 12-week program to ensure thorough coverage of all test sections and ample practice time, but some students are already partially prepared and need less time. Others need more time to produce a consistent result and walk into the testing center with complete confidence. Either way, we provide a comprehensive assessment, so we’ll know how much work is needed to meet the student’s SAT goals.

What subjects are covered in your SAT Test Prep program?

Our SAT Test Prep program covers all sections of the SAT, including Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math. Our personalized approach ensures that we address your specific strengths and weaknesses.

How soon can I expect to see improvement in my SAT scores?

While individual results may vary, most of our students start seeing noticeable improvements within a few weeks of consistent tutoring. Our results-driven approach ensures that you’re well-prepared and confident by the time test day arrives.