Courses are listed by test date. Click on a test date below and then choose the location that works best for you!
- Anderson/Northwest Hills – Jewish Community Center
- Bowie High School - In Progress
- Cedar Park – Summit Christian Academy - In Progress
- Dripping Springs High School - In Progress
- Georgetown – Gateway College Prep - In Progress
- Lake Travis – Lakeway Activity Center - In Progress
- McCallum High School - In Progress
- North Austin, Texas-MTAT Office - In Progress
- Round Rock – Williamson County Association of Realtors - In Progress
- Vandegrift High School - In Progress
- Westlake, Austin, Texas-MTAT Office - In Progress
- Austin High
- W Bowie High School New Courses Added
- Cedar Park – Summit Christian Academy
- W Dripping Springs High School
- W Lake Travis – Lakeway Activity Center
- McCallum High School
- W North Austin, Texas-MTAT Office
- W Round Rock – Williamson County Association of Realtors
- Vandegrift High School
- Vista Ridge High School
- W Westlake, Austin, Texas-MTAT Office
W Weekend Only Classes Available
We offer a variety of SAT course schedules throughout the year, leading up to each official test date. Courses typically consist of eight 2-hour classroom sessions, covering every type of question students will encounter on the SAT test, and an optional Essay Workshop. The registration fee is $599. For those who would benefit from additional instruction, free group tutorials are also available.
Practice on actual SATs is a vital part of doing well on the test. For this reason, we schedule SAT practice tests throughout the course. Though students are required to complete at least one practice test as part of our money back guarantee, they are encouraged to take additional tests as they acquire new skills. Practice tests are always FREE! Click here to find a Practice Test.
Our teachers are the best in the industry! We don’t just hire people who ace the tests — our teachers are experienced educators skilled at breaking down the material in an accessible way, while still creating an upbeat learning environment. Better teachers mean better results.
The SAT is offered seven times a year. Be sure to check the College Board’s website for deadline information and to sign up for the official SAT test!