Master the Suite of Assessments (SAT) and Achieve Your College Dreams!

Does your teen need help improving their SAT scores, or preparing for their first time taking the test?  Our SAT prep program will help them succeed and feel confident going into the test!

Why Prep with Futurelink?

At Futurelink, we understand the stress and pressure that come along with preparing for the SAT. Our SAT preparation courses are designed to not only prepare our students with the material they will need to master the test subject material, but also to empower them with test taking tips and strategies so that they go into their test day feeling confident and prepared to do their best and achieve their desired scores. Our instructors have all achieved top scores on the SAT themselves, and we pride ourselves on offering individualized feedback and guidance to all of our students. Register today to get a head start on securing your future goals!

Convenient class, Individualized Instruction

Program Highlights:

  • Master language arts and math skills to achieve a high score!
  • Learn effective test taking strategies and tools. Feel confident and prepared on test day!
  • Improve the skills areas that you need. Our students receive personalized evaluations and instruction based on their needs.
  • Enjoy convenient classes on Friday after school and Saturday Mornings.

Classic Plan ($599):

Futurelink’s Classic Plan for SAT Prep is perfect for those who are getting ready for the exam soon. The program is developed in such a way that students will be able to take full advantage of instructions and testing to get the best results.  Our instructors have worked hard to put together tips and techniques to improve your score while working on speed and accuracy.

  • 4 Weeks (12 Hours) of expert in-person instruction
  • Individualized Instruction based on real SAT practice question
  • 4 Full Practice Tests and Scores

Deluxe Plan ($899):

Futurelink’s Deluxe Plan for SAT Prep is created for individuals who wants to go little bit further. The program is developed in such a way that students will not only be able to take full advantage of instructions and testing to get the best results, but work on 1:1 with our subject experts to gain further understanding of the topic.  Our instructors have worked hard to put together tips and techniques to improve your score while working on speed and accuracy.

  • 4 Weeks (12 Hours) of expert in-person instruction
  •  Individualized Instruction based on real SAT questions
  • 4 Full Practice Tests and Scores
  • 6 hrs 1:1 coaching

Improve your Confidence and Boost your Score!


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BATCH : May 2019 (28 Hours)

(Prepares For SAT test Date : Jun 1 2019)

Saturday: May 4th, 11th, 18th, & 25th (Time: 10AM – 2PM)

Friday: May 10th, 17th, 24rd, 31th (Times: 4Pm – 7pm)

BATCH : July 2019 (28 Hours)

(Prepares For SAT test Date : Aug 24 2019)

Saturday: July 27th, Aug 3rd, 10th, 17th (Times: 10AM – 2PM)

Friday: Aug 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd (Times: 4Pm – 7pm)

BATCH : September 2019 (28 Hours)

(Prepares For SAT test Date : Oct 5 2019)

Saturday: Sept 7th, 14th, 21st, 28th (Times: 10AM – 2PM)

Friday: Sept 13th, 20th, 27th, Oct 4th (Times: 4Pm – 7pm)

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What is the S.A.T.?

The S.A.T. is an exam administered by The College Board to test college and career readiness. It is primarily used for the purpose of gaining admission to college.

What changes were made to the S.A.T. in 2016?

Changes were made to the S.A.T. in 2016, and include changes to the format of the exam, scoring scale, and types of questions.

The new S.A.T includes a combined Reading and Writing section, formally called the Evidence Based Reading and Writing section, a Math section, and an optional 50-minute Essay. The Reading/Writing and Math sections are scored from 200-800, for a total composite score of 400-1600. The optional essay is given a score of 6-24; this score will not be reported along with your composite score, meaning your essay score does not affect your composite score. If you skip the essay writing section of the new SAT, the test will only be three hours long.

The new SAT no longer tests vocabulary in the same way; instead of testing students’ memorization of less commonly used vocabulary words, students are asked to identify the meaning of more commonly used words that change in definition based on the context in which they are used. In addition to being optional, the SAT Essay is no longer a persuasive essay. Instead, the Essay is evidence based. In terms of content, the SAT Math section will change most. These changes are discussed in more detail below.

The new 2016 SAT will have:

  • Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section with a combined score (Possible score: 200-800)
  • Math section with non-calculator and calculator sections (Possible score: 200-800)
  • An optional essay (Scored separately)
  • Composite score of 400-1600 plus the essay score
  • Different means of testing vocabulary
  • Essay is evidence based rather than persuasive
  • Many content changes on Math

When should I register for the S.A.T.?

The deadline to register for an S.A.T exam is usually four to five weeks before the test date. The S.A.T is offered seven times a year in the following months: January, March, May, June, October, November, and December. Students should carefully consider factors like the availability of the test date, the length of time it will take to fully prepare for the exam, and the deadlines of the colleges they will apply to when constructing their overall college admission timeline.

Schedule the exam:

  • After you have completed the S.A.T. Prep Program
  • Registration deadline is usually 4-5 weeks prior to the test
  • Only 7 SAT exams each year: March, May, June, August, October, November, December
  • Consider college deadlines, preparation times, and test date availability before scheduling

How do I register for the S.A.T?

  • Online: Register at the College Board website
  • By phone: (888) 728-4357. Students may only register for the SAT over the phone if they are retaking the SAT. Only students who have a previous SAT registration can register by phone.
  • By mail: Under certain circumstances, some students may be required to register for the SAT by mail. You can learn whether or not these circumstances apply to you at the following web address: 

How much does it cost to take the S.A.T?

The SAT costs $47.50 or $64.50 (with essay) + a $29 late fee if you register after the registration deadline. For more SAT-related fees, click on the following link:

How long does it take to get my scores back?

The scores are usually mailed out 4-6 weeks after you take the test. You may also look up your scores online through the College Board website two weeks after your exam at