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Turkish American Association


Realize your dreams of higher education in America with our SAT courses! The SAT Reasoning Test measures critical thinking skills necessary for academic success in higher education, while the SAT Subject Tests assess knowledge and skills in specific subjects.

Course Program and Content:

Our preparation for the SAT Exam focuses on:


  • Exam Techniques and Strategies
  • Question Type Analysis
  • Vocabulary Studies
  • Composition Writing
  • Practice Tests and Problem-Solving Sessions

Course Schedule:

✔ Mode: Online (2 days, 8 hrs p/w)

✔ Days: Tuesday and Thursday

✔ Time: 18:00 - 21:30

✔ Dates: September 3, 2024 - October 17, 2024

Students can also benefit from our online EFL CAFE, offering free English speaking classes in small groups of up to 12 students, guided by a teacher.

Who Can Participate?

This program is open to students with at least Upper-Intermediate (B2) level.

Registration Process:

Level Assessment Test: You can access the online SAT placement test by clicking on the link: ONLINE PLACEMENT TEST 

Oral Assessment: Students who have completed the placement test must make an appointment for the oral English assessment stage to be conducted by the Academic Department specialist.

Academic Counseling: During the appointment, our Academic Department specialist will call you by phone to inform you in detail about all our current programs and your questions that are suitable for your English level.

A fee is charged for the interview with the Academic Department specialist for detailed information on oral assessment, needs analysis, academic guidance, course content, and how the lessons are conducted. This fee will be deducted from the course fee if you register for the course.

For More Information:

The course program and information about the program are valid for the Turkish-American Association Center located on Cinnah Street in Ankara. You can contact us at 0312 426 26 44 or for registration and detailed information.

What is the SAT?

The SAT is a standardized test administered by the College Board, essential for admission to undergraduate schools. Originally known as the Scholastic Aptitude Test, it assesses candidates' verbal, written, and mathematical skills. The SAT consists of two sections: Evidence-Based Reading and Writing, and Math, each scored on a 200-800 scale, with a maximum possible score of 1600. It's a critical step for entry into the American university system and widely recognized by American universities.

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