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Standardized Test Programs

Key Features of EDUINFINITE Standardized Test Programs:

Live, interactive online classes are conducted by eminent faculty members with years of coaching experience. Given our global student base, we take online classes almost round the clock and are able to service students across different time zones. In person classes are held from our India centre in Kolkata
We provide extensive study material for students. Both group and one-on-one class options available.

Key features:

  • Diagnostic tests designed to pin-point areas of weakness and address gaps
  • Rich curriculum – based on extensive research of past papers
  • Regular monitoring and feedback on progress
  • Convenient and flexible schedule
  • Affordable pricing

Guidelines for our students:

The most important factor for exam preparation is your mental orientation and attitude. The entire focus of the preparation is on “understanding” and application of understanding to “problem solving”.

  1. Attendance – Ensure that you do not miss any class. For group classes, in case you miss any session due to unavoidable circumstances,  you will get access to our recorded lectures
  2. Preparation for the lecture – The schedule for the classes will be given to you in advance. For every class, read up the relevant portion that was covered in the earlier class. This will make your understanding in the class easier, and you will be able to grasp the finer points.
  3. The two most important parameters for preparation are “systematic study plan” and “consistent and regular effort”. As far as the study plan is concerned, its very simple – just do exactly what is told to you by the faculty members.

Key Faculty Profiles

Quant

  • A Kaplan-trained mathematics instructor, has coached hundreds of students for standardized tests since 2005.
  • Has a bachelor’s degree in math from Wabash College, US and a master’s degree, also in math, from IU Bloomington, US.
  • Won the first prize at the Indiana College Mathematics Competition, conducted by the Mathematical Association of America

Verbal

  • An engineer and a financier by education; holds an advanced degree in Finance from the EDHEC Business School in France.
  • Extensive experience in training students for the verbal sections of standardized tests like SAT, GMAT, ACT and GRE.

The SAT® is a standardized test that measures mathematical, reading and writing skills of students and is widely used for Undergrad admissions in the United States and few other countries. In India, nearly 40 universities accept the SAT score for admissions and the list is growing.

SAT coaching offered by EDUINFINITE is a 60-hour program; each class is for 2-hour duration. We spend 30 hours each for English and Maths section. Depending upon the progress of the batch and student feedback, we may adjust the number of hours between Verbal and Quant sections.

Customized crash course options are available for one-on-one classes.

Our Faculty has been taking SAT coaching classes for students from different countries for more than a decade. SAT counselling services are also provided to students.

Students get access to extensive study material when they sign up for the course.

All the classes are held online. Only for our India centre in Kolkata, we offer in person classes as well.

Maths Coaching
A 30-hour rigorous curriculum that is rich, both in content and depth, and trains the student in several problem solving and test taking strategies that are unique to SAT. In addition to the classwork, students are carefully guided into fulfilling extensive homework assignments that serve to synthesize the learning in class. The development of each student is carefully tracked and feedback on progress is provided periodically.
The course includes as content, 650+ problems that are thoughtfully sourced from over 15 actual SATs from the past few years. These problems are organized in 20+ problem sets by topic and collectively, they represent the entire range of types of problems that a student may expect to come across in SAT. The majority of these problems, particularly the challenging ones, are covered in class while the remaining are assigned as homework. Homework assignments also include several problems sourced from reputed SAT textbooks and readings from precalculus textbooks that are provided to students at no additional cost. Select problems that are assigned as homework are reviewed in the following class.

Test Structure
The test has 4 sections – Reading, Writing & Language, Math–No calculator and Math-Calculator.

  • Math No Calculator – 25 minutes, 20 questions
  • Math Calculator – 55 minutes, 38 questions
  • Reading – 65 minutes, 52 questions
  • Writing and Language – 35 minutes, 44 questions

Total 154 questions needs to be answered in 180 minutes. Compared to the ACT®, the SAT provides 43% more time per question. SAT exam is more than 4 hours long including the breaks.

Most of the questions are multiple choice, though some of the math questions ask you to write in the answer rather than select it.
On all questions, there’s no penalty for guessing: if you’re not sure of the answer, it’s better to guess than leave the response blank.
The composite score for the SAT exam ranges from 400 to 1600.

The Writing and Language Test
The Writing and Language test is a multiple-choice test in which you read passages and find and fix mistakes and weaknesses.

This part of the SAT is 35 minutes long, includes 4 passages, and contains 44 multiple-choice questions. The 4 passages on the test are each 400–450 words. The complexity of the passages varies: some are more challenging and others more straightforward.

The passages are about a variety of topics, including careers, science, the humanities, and history and social studies.

Each passage has 11 multiple-choice questions. The questions fall into two main types: those where you improve the expression of ideas, and those where you have to recognize and correct errors in sentence structure, grammar, usage, and punctuation.

The Reading Test: Overview
The Reading Test presents five reading passages followed by multiple-choice questions about each passage. You have 65 minutes to complete this test, which includes 52 questions total.

The five passages on the Reading Test include four standalone passages and one pair of passages that you read together. The standalone passages and the paired set are each 500–750 words. The passages are drawn from the following types of documents:
• 1 literary passage from a work of fiction.
• 1 or 2 passages from a U.S. founding document or a text in the Great Global Conversation they inspired.
• 1 passage from a work of economics, psychology, sociology, or some other social science.
• 2 passages from scientific works that examine foundational concepts and developments in Earth science, biology, chemistry, or physics.

The questions fall into three broad categories:
• How the Author Uses Evidence
• Understanding Words in Context
• Analysis in History/Social Studies and in Science

 

The GRE® General Test is a computer-delivered test that features question types that closely reflect the kind of thinking you’ll do — and the skills you need to succeed — in today’s demanding graduate school programs, including business and law. The GRE General Test measures your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills. Most universities in the US, require GRE® scores while inviting applications for MS programs.

GRE coaching offered by EDUINFINITE is a 60-hour program; each class is for 2-hour duration. We spend 30 hours each for English and Maths section. Depending upon the progress of the batch and student feedback, we may adjust the number of hours between Verbal and Quant sections.

Customized crash course options are available for one-on-one classes.

All the classes are held online. Only for our India centre in Kolkata, we offer in person classes as well.

Our Faculty has been taking GRE coaching classes for students from some of the top institutions. Students get access to extensive study material when they sign up for the course.

The examination is entirely a computer-based test, and no two students get an identical set of questions. The test is scored on a maximum of 340. The GRE® score alone cannot guarantee admission into a university or college – the test is only one of the major factors taken into consideration in the long process of an applicant getting admitted into the program that they desire.

The GRE® test has three parts – Quantitative, Verbal and Analytical Writing Assessment. The following is the GRE® test structure:

Analytical Writing

This section measures your ability to:

  • articulate complex ideas clearly and effectively
  • support ideas with relevant reasons and examples
  • examine claims and accompanying evidence
  • sustain a well-focused, coherent discussion
  • control the elements of standard written English

The Analytical Writing section requires you to provide focused responses based on the tasks presented, so you can accurately demonstrate your skill in directly responding to a task.

There will be 2 tasks; 30 mins per task

Verbal Reasoning

This section measures your ability to:

  • Analyze and draw conclusions from discourse; reason from incomplete data; identify author’s assumptions and/or perspective; understand multiple levels of meaning, such as literal, figurative and author’s intent
  • select important points; distinguish major from minor or irrelevant points; summarize text; understand the structure of a text
  • understand the meaning of individual words, sentences and entire texts; understand relationships among words and among concepts

There are 2 sub-sections; 20 questions per sub-section. Each sub-section is for 30 mins

Quantitative Reasoning

This section measures your ability to:

  • understand, interpret and analyze quantitative information
  • solve problems using mathematical models
  • apply basic skills and elementary concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis

There are 2 sub-sections; 20 questions per sub-section. Each sub-section is for 35 mins

An unidentified unscored section that does not count toward your score may be included and may appear in any order after the Analytical Writing section. Questions in the unscored section are being tried out either for possible use in future tests or to ensure that scores on new editions of the test are comparable to scores from earlier editions.
An identified research section that does not count toward your score may be included in place of the unscored section. The research section will always appear at the end of the test. Questions in this section are included for ETS research purposes.
The Analytical Writing section will always be first. The Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and unidentified/unscored sections may appear in any order; therefore, you should treat each section as if it counts toward your score.

GMAT® is a computer adaptive test that assesses analytical writing, quantitative and verbal skills of students applying for MBA and similar courses to a graduate school of business. The GMAT exam is used by more than 6,000 programs offered by more than 2,100 universities and institutions in 114 countries with testing in over 600 test centers around the world. The GMAT exam is designed to test skills that are highly important to business and management programs. It assesses analytical writing and problem-solving abilities, along with the data sufficiency, logic, and critical reasoning skills that are vital to real-world business and management success.

GMAT coaching offered by EDUINFINITE is a 80-hour program; each class is for 2-hour duration. We spend 40 hours each for English and Maths section. Depending upon the progress of the batch and student feedback, we may adjust the number of hours between Verbal and Quant sections

Customized crash course options are available for one-on-one classes

All the classes are held online. Only for our India centre in Kolkata, we offer in person classes as well

The examination is entirely computer-based and scored on a maximum of 800.
The GMAT® has four sections – Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning (IR) and Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA). The following is the GMAT® test structure.

The sections are as follows:
• 31 Quantitative Reasoning:62 minutes
• 36 Verbal Reasoning:65 minutes
• 12 Integrated Reasoning:30 minutes
• 1 Analytical Writing Assessment:30 minutes

Candidates will have the flexibility to choose from three options for their exam’s section order:
• Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal
• Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
• Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
The total exam time is 3 hours 7 minutes, not including two optional 8-minute breaks.

When candidates receive their official score report, they will see individual section scores as well as the total score on their exam. Candidates will also be able to view the percentiles of their score in their score report.

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