SAT & College Prep Courses

SAT & College Prep Courses

Penn State Abington offers high school students SAT prep courses designed to help prepare them for the math and verbal portions of the SAT exam. These courses will familiarize students with test components, questions, and problems. They are designed to provide information about the current format of the SAT and to instruct students in test-taking techniques and strategies.  Starting in March 2016, the new SAT exam will replace the current exam.  Penn State Abington's SAT prep course has been updated to cover the new format of the exam.  

Students will have the opportunity to:

  • Review basic concepts.
  • Explore test-taking strategies, including how to pace yourself, how to approach multiple-choice questions and answer open-ended questions.
  • Take and review practice tests in class.
  • Understand the scoring of the SAT exam and how to compute scores on sample tests.

We offer the SAT Math Prep and the SAT Verbal Prep as two separate courses. Students may register for any individual course or for both courses.

SAT Prep classes are not being offered Fall 2016.


SAT Math Prep - February 2017

This course meets for three Wednesdays in a row.

February 1, 8 and 15, 2017

6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Click here to register for this course:  REGISTER


SAT Verbal Prep - February 2017

This course meets for three Thursdays in a row.

February 2, 9 and 16, 2017

6:00 - 8:30 p.m.

Click here to register for this course:  REGISTER


Please email to add your name to the email list for upcoming classes.



Penn State Abington

1600 Woodland Rd

Abington, PA 19001

Classroom location will be emailed.



$150 per course

*A discounted fee of $280 is offered for students registering for both the math and verbal courses. Students should bring a notebook to class the first day. All other textbooks and materials will be provided. --- Registration confirmations will be e-mailed

Please call 215-881-7400 if you have any questions.

Registration Note:  When registering online, if you are registering someone other than yourself (i.e. a parent registering a child) you will be acting as that person during the registration process and inputting their information, not your own.