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SAT scores open the doors to some of the world’s most prestigious educational institutions, including US universities and other English-language universities around the world.
The SAT can be daunting for students. For those studying outside the US, and those whose native language is not English, it can be even more daunting. For parents who have not taken the test themselves, it can be difficult to know how best to assist their children and prepare them for success.
Bright Outlook is here to help.
At Bright Outlook, SAT Prep IS College Prep
Our method gives students the skills, strategies, and mindset they need to achieve their best possible score:
that lead to success on the test and in University study
to maximize performance in the exam room and beyond
with focus, concentration, and pacing to build confidence in all high-stakes endeavors
SAT EXAM Prep Options
SAT Private Tutoring
At the heart of Bright Outlook is one-on-one coaching. Students will be matched with an expert who will work to define strengths and weaknesses and develop a plan of action for the exam. Lessons can take place in Berlin, online, or even a combination of the two.
Small group classes
Learn with a small group of peers in our active format. Gather a group of friends and our experts will come to you. Our classes are upbeat and focused on what you need to succeed on the exam.
Jennifer went above and beyond to help me prepare for the exam. She offered not only academic support, but also moral and practical support and information on the test and what to expect. I felt so much more prepared after working with her. Jennifer’s help truly made all the difference on test day.
Admitted to Mannheim Business School with scholarship
Our SAT Expertise began 20 years ago
Jennifer Post Draeger, Bright Outlook’s founder, received a perfect score on the verbal section of the test and a 99th percentile score on the math, as a high school student in the US. Jennifer was recognized as a National Merit Scholar, in the same Scholar class as Chelsea Clinton.
The SAT has changed to be more relevant to the skills students need to succeed in university, including reading about and applying mathematics to diverse topics (the sciences, the social sciences, history and literature). The SAT is different now—and I think it’s better.
In 2018, Jennifer put the Bright Outlook method to the test, by retaking the SAT alongside high school students in Berlin. She wanted to experience what her students do when facing the exam. Her scores remained in the 99th percentile (1580 total), but more importantly, she gained new insights to share with Bright Outlook students.
LET’S GET TO WORK
We’ve coached dozens of non-native speakers of English to outstanding performance on the SAT, and we’ve helped students from all around the world realize their dreams of attending top-notch universities. Let us put this expertise to work for you!
Bright Tips from Our BLOG
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