SAT 1 classes at SLIG offer a stimulating experience for achievement. SAT 1 is an extremely important test for freshman applicants to the USA. SAT 1 scores open many doors. You can explore early options, full rides and full tuition waivers along with regular options if you achieve at the SAT 1 test!

Our 360 Hybrid Approach for students who take SAT 1 and study in the USA packages incorporates many elements to provide one-stop solutions to US bound Freshmen:

  • Full Ride and Full Tuition Waiver by our Expert Counseling Team for SAT 1 achievers
  • Early Decision, Early Action, Regular Decision
  • Common Application
  • Excellent Theory, Strategies and Tips in class
  • High Value workshops on Great Global Conversations
  • High Value workshops on US Founding Documents
  • Lab and Library after class
  • Daily Assignments for all SAT 1 students
  • Booster Classes before the real test to refresh skills
  • SOP Training workshops
  • SOP Editing Facilities
  • USA Student Visa Interview Preparation
  • Pre-Departure Briefing for students who have obtained their visas
  • Biggest Collection of USA universities with free-choice applications

SLIG Online

SLIG Online is a new innovation by Secured Life International and incorporates the following:

  • E-Mail assignments sent to students every class day
  • E-Library with a truly vast collection of e-books and videos
  • E-Practice Center- part of our website and a great virtual space to practice skills you have learnt in class
  • Video Lessons- available on this site and our official YouTube channel


The SAT is made up of three main sections — Math, Evidence-Based Reading, and Writing. In addition, there is an optional 50-minute essay, and total testing time with the optional essay is 3 hrs. and 50 mins. The detailed breakdown of each section is as below.

Section Sub-Section Total Testing Time & Breakdown Number of Questions & Types Content/Skills Covered
Evidence-Based Reading & Writing Reading 65 Minutes 52 Reading, inferring, identifying evidence and vocabulary in context
Writing 35 Minutes 44 grammar and usage
Math 80 minutes; 1 55-minute calculator-optional section and 1 25-minute no-calculator section 58 heart of algebra, problem solving & data analysis, passport to advanced math, additional topics (geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus)