SAT Coaching by Aemers

How are our SAT batches conducted?

Course structure

  1. All classes are conducted online. 
  2. Time: Daily 8 PM, Bangladesh time. 
  3. Total 32 lectures will be finished in about 40 days
    1. Orientation = 1 lecture
    2. Math and EBRW = 16 lectures each
    3. Mock exams = total four sessions. Both onsite (Lalmatia/Banani) and online (at dl.aemers.com) 
    4. One session on creating your College Board account. 
  4. 16 lectures will be on Reading and Writing
  5. 16 lectures will be on Math
  6. Although we used to provide Essay section in the past, we have discontinued this since College Board itself stopped offering this. 
  7. Each student will have an online Learning Management System (LMS) account, also access to a special mobile application of the LMS.  We use “Moodle”. 
  8. Students will be connected to each other through a special Facebook group where the teachers and head of the organization will be available. Link to the Facebook group is here: fb.com/groups/satbyaemers
  9. Classes will be conducted via Zoom. The Zoom link is found  Students should join 5 minutes before the class, since our lecture begins with a short and easy quiz (called iRAT)

 

  1. General structure of 32 lectures: 

    1. A 5-minute quiz known as Initial Readiness Assurance Test (iRAT). It has only 4 vocabularies and 2 easy questions.  
      1. Students can immediately see their performance and explanations to the questions when they submit the quiz (or run out of time). 
      2. After the quiz, the teacher discusses one or two questions. Actually, the students by themselves usually understand the questions from reading their explanations. 
    2. A 30-minute block of discussion (called Lecture Block -1)
    3. A short quiz containing 3 questions. Duration: 5 minutes.  (called “Micro Quiz – 1”) 
      1. Students can see their performance and explanation to the questions when they submit it, as usual. 
      2. Teacher spends 5 more minutes after the quiz to address questions of the students. 
    4. A 30-minute block of discussion (called Lecture Block -2)
    5. A short quiz containing 3 questions. Duration: 5 minutes.  (called “Micro Quiz – 2”) 
      1. Students can see their performance and explanation to the questions when they submit it, as usual. 
      2. Teacher spends 5 more minutes after the quiz to address questions of the students. 
    6. At this point, the 90-minute period is usually finished. Now the teacher provides a password to another quiz known as Final Readiness Assurance Test (fRAT). It does not have any time limit and students can take it immediately or afterwards. 
    7. The LMS will have one or two more quizzes called home work. These quizzes do not have a password or time limit. 
    8. Our LMS is so powerful that we can monitor when and how the students did their fRAT and homework. If the student is late to the class or remains absent, then our teacher sends email and messages directly from the LMS. 
    9. The mobile app enables the student to take the lessons and quizzes even offline. 
  2. The 4 mock tests
    1. Mock tests will be given online, which will have the facility of immediate grading and explanation 
    2. Mock tests may be given at our Dhanmondi and Chittagong branches as well, but for those, there will be a delay in knowing the grading and a solve session. 

Account at dl.aemers – how to create

Watch this video to learn how to create your free eLearning account with Aemers. All lectures, quizzes and assignments will be provided through this website. 

 

 

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