Kate Language’s SSAT classes start with the most challenging part – vocabulary. Assigned with the SSAT vocabulary list and tested in every session, students can boost vocabulary to above 10,000, so they will be able to handle synonym and analogy questions in the test. The reading part focuses on students’ challenges such as slow reading speed and low accuracy rate in poems, proses, novels, and historical arguments, teachers will guide students with strategies of speed-reading passage, catching key words in questions, and differentiating options. Although writing is not counted in the SSAT total score, private schools’ admissions officers will evaluate it. These courses aim to cultivate students’ critical thinking and creativity via reshaping students’ writing structure and syntax expression. The Mathematics part helps students quickly review the commonly tested questions, avoid the trap answers, and target full marks.