Inspirica’s SAT Boot Camp is a crash course in the essentials of taking the SAT, taught live and online by the most experienced test-prep tutors in the business. Whether you’re preparing for your first test date or looking to raise your score after a couple of previous attempts, we’ll show you exactly how to spot and exploit the predictability in every area of the test.

Each week, we’ll focus on a single section of the test, teaching you strategies designed by our test experts to meet the unique challenges of that section. Over the course of three 60-minute sessions, we’ll identify the tendencies of the test-writers, teach you tactics that take advantage of their predictability, and develop a plan of attack that with practice will allow you to achieve your best possible score on test day.

Classes are scheduled with flexibility in mind. Because the course runs on a continuous basis, with each of the test’s four sections repeated every four weeks, you can sign up whenever you like and complete the course at whatever pace works best for you. Attend all three classes each week and you’ll wrap things up in a single month; attend one class each week and you’ll complete the course in three months. And if the schedule of live sessions doesn’t work for you at any point, you’ll have access to a complete library of class recordings for as long as your membership in the course is active, so you can make up any sessions you miss at whatever times are most convenient for you.

All course materials are provided through this site, including official tests, workbooks, study guides, and access to the live lecture hall and the video archive. Homework is assigned at the end of each session so you can practice with a purpose, and office hours are available each week so that you can review the work you’ve done with your instructor.

So whether you’re aiming for a perfect score or just looking for a couple of points of improvement, sign up and begin moving your score today

SAT Math No Calculator: Three Key Strategies Question: if Frederick wants to buy x apples, each one costs y dollars and z cents, and he has b dollars in his pocket, how long will it take him to realize that it’s a lot easier to answer this question using real numbers instead of variables? Welcome to the SAT Math No-Calculator section, where the SAT tries to bait you into coming up with needlessly complicated algebraic equations. We’ll help you show…

SAT Math No Calculator: Advanced Concepts Ah yes, real-world algebra and statistics questions, otherwise known as “the College Board trying desperately to convince you that you’ll need to know how to use inequalities at any point after college graduation.” You almost certainly won’t -- unless you want to be a tutor, in which case look us up in 5 years -- but you’ll definitely need to know them for this test. We’ll show you how to unlock these imposing blocks…

SAT Math No Calculator: Office Hours In our final lesson on the SAT Math No-Calculator section, you’ll get the opportunity to ask any questions you have about the homework passages and the section as a whole. We’ll wrap up with some tips for how to structure your own practice and provide some links to good study materials so you can continue to prep on your own. Students: Enter the classroom hereNon-Students: Join the class here

SAT Math with Calculator: Three Key Strategies SAT Math with Calculator – if it looks like a slightly longer version of the Math No-Calculator section, well, that’s because in a lot of ways, it is. In this session, we’ll show you how to make your calculator do most of the heavy lifting, and you'll learn how to make the answer choices work for you with clever applications of the process of elimination, and learn why answering the grid-in questions first…

SAT Math with Calculator: Tables, Charts, and Graphs The biggest difference in the Calculator section when compared to the No-Calculator section is the addition of tables, charts, graphs, and statistics, so that’s what we’ll tackle in this lesson. Learn how the test disguises questions of other types as data questions, brush up on your data analysis skills, and review some statistics terminology. This workshop-style lesson will include plenty of practice question from past tests, so you can work through these…

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We’ll wrap up our SAT Math Calculator week with one of our most-requested topics: calculator usage. Unlike math class, the point of the SAT Math Calculator section is simply to get the answer however you can, so we’ll learn to use the calculator to our advantage by discussing the ways a calculator can quickly and easily get us an answer on certain question types. We’ll wrap up this lesson with a discussion of how you should structure your own practice,…

SAT Reading: Three Key Strategies If you’ve ever wondered what it would feel like to have your soul slowly vacuumed out through your ears, you’re going to love the SAT Reading section! Our first session will start with a section overview; then, we’ll jump into the three key strategies for conquering this dense section, learn the unfortunately-named “chunking” method, and master the proof-pair question-type. Don’t worry – unlike SAT Reading, this session will not feel like it’s 4 hours long.…

SAT Reading: The Paired Passage Strategy Twice the passages and approximately half the fun: it’s the paired passages! Fortunately, that doesn’t have to mean twice the work as well. We’ll show you how to apply the key strategies to this set of questions and how to use process of elimination to answer the questions faster. Students: Enter the classroom hereNon-Students: Join the class here

SAT Reading: Office Hours During this session, we’ll work through example problems from the assigned homework passages, go over the best way for you to practice the skills you’ve learned, and answer any and all questions you have about the homework, the Reading section, and life in general. Students: Enter the classroom hereNon-Students: Join the class here

SAT Writing + Language: Three Key Strategies Fun fact – though this section may look like it’s comprised of 44 unique questions, it’s actually composed of the same 7-8 questions asked over and over again. Learn the three core strategies that will help you recognize the patterns inherent in those questions, identify what a particular question is testing, and then attack it accordingly. Spoiler alert: it’s a lot easier than it looks. Students: Enter the classroom hereNon-Students: Join the class…