SAT Exam Prep
Molloy College offers SAT exam preparation courses every fall and spring.
SAT Exam Preparation for High School Students
We have a proven record of successful SAT exam preparation! High school students will prepare for the SAT including the critical reading, math, and writing sections. Students rave about the individualized attention they receive from our experienced, professional SAT instructors. Those who have taken our course have increased their SAT scores by up to 360 points as a result of the course's proven test-taking strategies and intensive review. The course fee includes all of the latest SAT prep materials. The fall class runs for 6 sessions late September to late October and the spring class runs for 6 sessions from mid-March to the late April/early May.
Note: The Spring 2016 SAT prep course prepares students for the new version of the exam which begins in March 2016.
Program Coordinator: Robyn Freiman, M.S. Ed.
Course number: AP1400. Tuition: $525.
Schedule and Registration
Click here for the schedule of classes and to register online. Phone in registration is available by calling 516 323.3550 with your MasterCard, Discover or Visa. To register in person, by fax or mail, please follow the directions on our web page: www.molloy.edu/ce/registration under Registration.
The schedule of classes comes out in our catalog which is mailed twice a year (January and July) to students who have made an inquiry or registered within the last 6 months. However, the most up-to-date scheduling information can be found on the program webpage. We will also email you reminders of the upcoming schedule if you have provided us with an email address. Request a catalog or join our mailing list.
SAT Prep Brochure - Spring 2016 for download.
Students enrolled in an SAT prep section are not permitted to attend the course on a different day or evening after the course has started without the permission of the SAT prep coordinator. This permission can be obtained by phoning Robyn Freiman at (516) 316-6758. She will attempt to accommodate each student's need for a make-up session, subject to the availability of space in a given classroom.
Under no circumstance will the student be allowed to attend more than one make-up session during the course. This restriction will allow the maximum number of students to attend make-up sessions without overcrowding classrooms.