Live and on-demand viewing of our popular online events, where we proctor & analyze timed tests, discuss test-prep topics, and hold Q&A sessions
Note: This course is only available as part of our All-Access membership plans:
This course contains information about upcoming 1600.io Live online events (webinars), in-progress live events, and an on-demand library of past episodes. During these interactive webcasts, George and other hosts and guests discuss a wide variety of topics pertaining to the test-prep process, college admissions, and related topics, attendees take timed test sections which we then analyze together, and attendees ask questions related to the event's topic(s). The on-demand replays are enhanced with a synchronized view of the online chat room so viewers can see the attendees' commentary as it happened during the original webcast.
New episodes will be continually added to the on-demand selection, so check the course contents to see the current holdings in the library.
PreviewStudy Schedule Start-up Week (68:30)
StartRecommended test-prep schedule, summer edition (66:14)
StartGearing up for the October exam (44:59)
PreviewOctober 2019 Score Release, 2 Weeks to November [10-19-2019] (74:49)
StartWeek 1, Day 6: Coping with the score release and moving on [9/6/2019] (118:08)
StartTwo weeks to the test (88:46)
StartFinal Week: The home stretch + AMA with George (73:56)
PreviewOne Week to the Test [10/27/2019 @ 5:00pm Eastern] (73:42)
StartThe Final Week II [09-29-2019] (79:19)
After teaching thousands of students how to reach their potential on the SAT®, George wanted to create an online SAT resource that could reach a broader audience and provide students with in-depth question explanations and commentary that they could absorb at their own pace. George achieved this goal by leveraging an innovative approach that shatters the traditional, expensive test-preparation model.
Follow along with George as he deconstructs the SAT question by question while explaining how to avoid the most common pitfalls in each section of the exam, and learn the best strategies for getting the highest possible score.
George received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Yale University. In addition to being admitted to Yale, George received undergraduate acceptance letters from Princeton, Columbia, Dartmouth, and Johns Hopkins.