SAT On Demand Video Course

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Bullseye Prep’s SAT On Demand Video Course offers more than 15 hours of videos covering 145 strategies in the Reading, Writing and Language, and Math sections. The course guarantees a score improvement on the SAT, see the details.

This course is the result of a year-long study by Bullseye Prep founder Ben Smith. Ben spent a year analyzing every released SAT test by categorizing every question. He then used this database to determine which questions and content types appear most often on the SAT.

The course also includes five real SAT practice tests, giving students more than 1,000 practice problems. This course is a must-have for any student who wants to improve his or her SAT score.

Taught by 99th Percentile Scorer Ben Smith

Ben Smith is one of the world’s foremost experts on standardized testing. In the past 12 years, Ben has spent more than 10,000 hours teaching the SAT and ACT to more than 5,000 students. He has a perfect score on the ACT and a 99th percentile score on the SAT. Having been in senior management at various companies in the test prep industry, Ben started Bullseye Prep in January 2021 after spending a full year developing a curriculum for the SAT and ACT.

Ben’s students often have score increases that change the trajectory of their college careers. His students have score increases of up to 10 points on the ACT and 500 points on the SAT.

Targeted SAT Videos

Every Bullseye Prep course and tutoring package comes with access to our full video curriculum. We have videos that explain every strategy for the SAT and the ACT. Also, the video curriculum includes a full explanation of how to solve every problem that is assigned in every course. Most other test prep companies will charge hundreds of extra dollars for access to their video curriculum, but at Bullseye Prep, it’s included in every course.

There are more than 15 hours of videos included. They cover every possible question type that could appear on the SAT, a total of 145 strategies for the Reading, Writing and Language, and Math sections of the SAT.
You will be able to get started immediately. As soon as you sign up, you will have access to the full video curriculum.

The course starts with a diagnostic SAT test that pinpoints a student’s weaknesses on the SAT. From there, students can either choose to study the entire course, or to focus only on their weaknesses.

As students watch the videos, they will follow along with hundreds of practice problems. Also, five real SAT tests are included. Bullseye Prep recommends that students take one practice test a week, although students can go at their own pace.

The course is designed to be finished in four to six weeks.

The standard path is for students to take an ACT or SAT course the summer after their 10th grade year of high school. The reasoning is that most college bound students have finished Algebra II and Geometry by this time, and so they are ready, in terms of math knowledge. Of course, each student’s case is unique, and so there is no reason to stick to the standard plan as a hard and fast rule. The important thing is that a student has completed Algebra II first.
There is very little difference between the SAT and ACT. While many people think the bigger difference is that the ACT has an extra section - Science - the bigger difference is timing. The pace of the ACT is much quicker than the pace of the SAT. However, something like 95 percent of students will score in nearly the same percentile on both tests. A student who scores a 27 on the ACT, the 85th percentile, will most likely get about a 1300 on the SAT, also the 85th percentile. Colleges will look at the score as equivalent. However, some states give awards to students based on their scores on one test or the other. For instance, the ACT is highly favored in Nevada, and students can earn scholarships for doing well on it.
We guarantee that your student's SAT score will improve.

145 SAT Strategies

Bullseye Prep founder Ben Smith spent one year analyzing the SAT and found the 145 most common types of problems.

99th Percentile Scorer

Ben Smith used these strategies to score a 1570 on the SAT.

Score Improvement Guarantee

These strategies work so well, we guarantee it, literally. If you do all the work, we guarantee your score will increase. See the details.

SAT Writing Strategies SAT Math Strategies SAT Reading Strategies
Don't Go By What Sounds Right Backsolving Don’t Assume
Read Paragraph by Paragraph Picking Numbers Review Method
Approaching Prompt Questions Write Out Every Step Bubble by Passage
Approaching Non-Prompt Questions Timing Nail the Timing
SAT Writing Review Strategy Draw Shapes Skim the Passage
Parts of Speech Annotate Figures Map the Passage
SAT Writing Bubbling List Things Out Annotate the Passage
Identify Clauses Circle What You are Solving For Stay Focused
Eliminate Extras Translating Hide the Answers
Test Nonessential Appositives Start with Step One Highlight Keywords
Colon Pre-Algebra: Factors and Multiples Find the Evidence
Commas with Modifiers Pre-Algebra: Ratios, Proportions, Percents Which of the Following
Commas with Items in a List Pre-Algebra: Data Representation Most Nearly Means
Commas with Connecting Clauses Pre-Algebra: Mean, Median, Mode Specific Questions First
Commas with Coordinate Adjectives Pre-Algebra: Number Problems Broad Questions Last
Dashes Pre-Algebra: Absolute Value and Ordering Attack Answer Choices
Periods Pre-Algebra: Linear Equations in One Variable Avoid Extremes
Semicolons Pre-Algebra: Place Value Avoid Answers that are Too Specific
Tone Pre-Algebra: Scientific Notation Agrees with the Main Idea
Add, Keep, or Delete Pre-Algebra: Probability Conquer Passage Types
Always Eliminate Elementary-Algebra: Algebraic Operations and Polynomials Conquer Comparison Passages
Short and to the Point Elementary-Algebra: Exponents and Roots Understand Passage Structure
Compare the Same Things Elementary-Algebra: Substitution
Coordinating Conjunctions Elementary-Algebra: Factoring
Subordinating Conjunctions Elementary-Algebra: Linear Inequalities
Correlative Conjunctions Intermediate-Algebra: Quadratic Formula
Conjunctive Adverbs Intermediate-Algebra: Rational and Radical Expressions
If Deleted Intermediate-Algebra: Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities
Modifiers Intermediate-Algebra: Sequences and Patterns
Parallelism Intermediate-Algebra: Systems of Equations
Possessives Intermediate-Algebra: Functions
Prepositional Idioms Intermediate-Algebra: Matrices
Primary Purpose Intermediate-Algebra: Roots of Polynomials
Pronouns: Singular/Plural Intermediate-Algebra: Complex Numbers
Pronouns: Subject/Object Intermediate-Algebra: Logarithms
Pronouns: Unclear Referent Coordinate Geometry: Intersecting Lines
Pronouns: Missing Referent Coordinate Geometry: Polynomials
Pronouns: Relative Pronouns Coordinate Geometry: Modifying Polynomials
Sentence Placement and Movement Coordinate Geometry: Graphing Inequalities
Subject-Verb Agreement Coordinate Geometry: Slope
Verb Tense Coordinate Geometry: Parallel and Perpendicular Lines
Transitions Coordinate Geometry: Distance Formula
Wrong Word Coordinate Geometry: Midpoint Formula
Active Voice Over Passive Voice Coordinate Geometry: Conics - Circle
Coordinate Geometry: Conics - Ellipse
Coordinate Geometry: Conics - Parabola
Plane Geometry: Angles
Plane Geometry: Shaded Regions
Plane Geometry: Circles
Plane Geometry: Triangles and Pythagorean Theorem
Plane Geometry: Rectangles
Plane Geometry: Parallelogram
Plane Geometry: Trapezoids
Plane Geometry: Transformations - Translations
Plane Geometry: Transformations - Reflections
Plane Geometry: Transformations - Rotations
Plane Geometry: Volume
Trigonometry: Radians
Trigonometry: SohCahToa
Trigonometry: Inverse Trig Functions
Trigonometry: Solving Trigonometric Equations
Trigonometry: Graphing and Shifts