When should my child start preparing for the SAT Exam?
If your child is enrolled in the CSEC / CAPE / UK High School system (goes up to Grade 13), the summer after completing 5th form is the best time to start preparing for the SAT exam. If your child is enrolled in the US / Canada / IB High School system (goes up to Grade 12), the summer after completing 10th grade is the best time to start preparing for the SAT exam.
Does enrolment in AIM's SAT Class mean that my child is registered for the SAT Exam?
Does AIM have payment plans for SAT Class?
Yes, we do! You can pay in up to 5 small payments depending on when you sign up for the class. The closer to the class start date, the less payment plan options there are. FINAL PAYMENT MUST BE MADE 6 WEEKS BEFORE THE END OF CLASSES.
What subject areas are on the SAT?
The SAT exam comprises of 2 Verbal (English) sections and 2 Math sections, and our classes will cover both areas.
Which subjects do students need to be competitive in the SAT and the college admissions process?
To be most competitive students must take all three science subjects, English, Mathematics AND Add Math, a Social Science (History preferably) and a Foreign Language at some point between Grade 9 & 12 / 4th Form & Upper 6. This course selection will make a student's application competitive to US universities, no matter what his/her intended career or major. Beyond 5th form/Grade 10 (CAPE, IB, A-Levels, etc.) students are advised to continue with as many core subjects as possible, checking the prerequisites for the major/area they are potentially interested in studying.