Baccalaureate Academy

Admissions in the upmost international educational universities are not just a matter of good academics; but also about scoring great on the SAT. Our Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) training program is concentrated on assisting students excel all three subjects of the SAT – Math, Critical Reading, and Writing. Our expert team of faculties and comprehensive course material ensure that students are able to perfect all three stages of the SAT preparation.

Student Engagement in Classroom

SAT Preparation/ Training Program at IB Academy


In this stage, students go through the basics of complete course topics & subjects, learning concepts in detail and joining them over on the spot practice exercises. The Studying & SAT Preparing stage equips students with all kind of skills and tools that they will require to gear any problem on the SAT test.


In the 2nd stage, we offer best practice on various concepts, graduating from simple to complex questions. The questions at each level have been specially developed by our expert faculties to safeguard categorized learning and broad familiarity with each and every SAT topic is covered.


Eventually, in the final stage of learning necessitate students to produce superior time management, growing test psychology and test stamina, and directing their weak areas to it. In this stage, we also share powerful tips and tricks that help students to surpass their pace and accuracy to perform excellently in SAT Test.

Our SAT Program is favored and highly sought after for the Following Reasons

Stellar Results:

Students continually score above 2100 on the SAT exam, and repeatedly above the much esteemed 2300 mark. Just Approach experience our teaching and find the difference.

Comprehensive and Exhaustive Study Material:

Students are not required to search scores of books and study materials to study for the SAT. We offer total SAT study material and resources in our united study package. Students are not required to waste time hunting for SAT study material.

Taught by Expert & Experienced Faculty:

Each and every one of our faculty members has a Graduate / postgraduate qualification from excellent schools.

Constant Guidance:

Our Guidance to individual student through unalike stages of the SAT Coaching to ensure that he/she is comfortable at every phase of learning. We determine individual student’s strengths and weaknesses in previous stages and inform them, so we can meticulously address them before the program ends.

Highly Personalized Classes:

The SAT Training offers many of practice tests to students along with thorough diagnosis of every test so that they can be test assured. Students do not just take tests. They outdo with each test that they take too in the class.

American College Testing (ACT)

American College Testing (ACT)

ACT is a systematized test used for college admissions in the United States. ACT is demanded by colleges across the USA to be taken for application for admission to their undergraduate courses. It also tests students in 4 sections – English, Reading, Math and Science. INCEPT adopts a reasoning attitude to academics and concentrates on explaining mathematical and verbal reasoning skills to students at a conceptual level, which assures that they are fundamentally strong with the respective skill set.

The Premium SAT Program Includes the Following:


Long hours of in-class instruction time.

Six full length practice SAT Tests with comprehensive diagnosis on each test.

Comprehensive detailed SAT course material covering all three sections of the SAT.

Special tips, tricks, and strategies to provide you the high score edge you need.

Continual, boundless doubt questions to be cleared in doubt clearing sessions.

Tailored & Personalized SAT preparation that is created for each student.

Extra follow-up exercises day to day to explain concepts taught, with detailed explanations.

Main Components of the ACT Classes:


The reading test is a 35-minute, 40-question test that aims to measure the aspirants reading comprehension skills. The test is comprised of 4 sections, of which, three contain one long prose passage and the fourth comprised of two shorter length passages. There are four basic genres that passages fall among – Fiction, Humanities, Social and Natural Sciences.

The ACT classes are meant to check your understanding in 2 main areas:

  • Conventions of English: These include Punctuation, grammar, sentence structure etc.
  • Verbal Skills: Consists of strategies like organizing the text and making sure it’s consistently redesigned and made concise.


The Math test is hour long and you’ve got to answer sixty questions within the given time. This works out to about one question per minute. ACT Math covers a wide range of math topics from pre-algebra to plane geometry and even a little bit of trigonometry. More value is placed on earlier level mathematics skills and fewer on higher level mathematics.

There are three main types of Math problems in the ACT Test

  • Reading and Drawing Diagrams where they either give you a diagram or describe a situation that you should draw a diagram for.
  • Story Problems focuses on the mastery of linear equations and systems, which helps students develop key powers of abstraction.
  • Concept Questions are directly ask to demonstrate knowledge of specific math concepts.


The Reading section is of 35 minutes duration. During this, you need to answer 40 questions.

The four categories of reading passages are mentioned below:

  • Prose Fiction
  • Social Science
  • Humanities
  • Natural Science

Each class can embrace one passage and it is continually within the same order. The passages will be of approx. 1000 words each. You will have 10 questions to answer after every passage.


The Writing Test will be of 40 minutes. In this part, you need to write an essay. The essay prompt will include an issue with three stated perspectives. Present your terribly own perspective moreover as expects to discuss all the 3 views. You should also explain the relationship between your perspective and the three other perspectives provided by the prompt.
It is good for you to undertake and support your analysis with specific and relevant references. It is not important to be excellent together with your perspective. You need to display your ability to evaluate an issue, the given perspectives and present your perspective in a smart, coherent and mature way. Your grammar and punctuation skills aren’t as necessary as your ability to precise your thoughts through writing and with points that ar clear, crisp, concise and balanced.


The science test is a 35-minute, 40 question test that aims to test the aspirant’s analytical skills such as Interpretation, Analysis, Reasoning, Evaluation and problem-solving skills in the natural sciences, and isn’t a check of data within the field of science. Students are tested across many sets of science-related passages.
Data is conferred in several formats like graphs, charts, tables and other forms while other questions will be on science experimental passages. The science section is really a reasoning or logic test. You do not need to have prior knowledge of the subject matter, though sometimes it is helpful. The focus is on deciphering information and knowledge and creating logical conclusions.

The science section contains three categories of passages.

  • Data Representation
  • Research Summaries
  • Different viewpoints

Exam Pattern

S No. Section Questions Time (Minutes)
1 English 75 45
2 Maths 60 60
3 Science 40 35
4 Reading 40 35
5 Essay (Optional) 1 40



Addresses students’ academic needs and their social and emotional well-being

Encourages students to develop independence and to take responsIBility for their own learning

Supports students’ effort to gain an understanding of the world and to function effectively within it

Helps students to establish personal values as a foundation on which international-mindedness will flourish.

The written curriculum, outlined below, is made up of five essential elements and details what students will learn.

Essential elements in the PYP

The five essential elements of the PYP are:

Knowledge, which is both disciplinary, represented by traditional subject areas (language, maths, science, social studies, arts, PSPE) and transdisciplinary

Skills, which are the broad capabilities students develop and apply during learning and in life beyond the classroom

Concepts, which students explore through structured inquiry in order to develop coherent, in-depth understanding, and which have relevance both within and beyond subject areas

Action, which is an expectation in the PYP that successful inquiry leads to responsible, thoughtful and appropriate action. In order to implement the PYP, schools must have begun the process of becoming an IB World School.

Attitudes, which contributed to international-mindedness and the wellbeing of individuals and learning communities, and connect directly to the IB learner profile