I do enjoy my Chinese lessons and I have told my friends about how wonderful this program is. I am impressed with my teacher's ability to adjust her teaching according to my needs. I appreciate her many emails as well. Minnie, thank you for your customer support work behind the scenes!
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SAT Chinese with Listening (Formerly SAT Ⅱ Chinese) Test Preparation
If you want to take part in SAT ⅡChinese test, you should have more SAT test preparation and practice. We offer professional SAT prep lessons online. You will have live one-on-one SAT test preparation designed based on your actual level and needs. SAT test preparation focuses on improving your ability in four aspects: speaking, listening, reading and writing, especially in the context of the SATⅡChinese with listening subject test (formerly SAT Ⅱ Chinese test). Our professional teachers will select appropriate SATⅡChinese test materials based on your specific needs and level. We will work around your particular strengths and weaknesses in SAT Ⅱ Chinese test to ensure that you will get the best test score possible.
What is SAT Chinese with Listening (Formerly SAT Ⅱ Chinese)?
SAT Subject Test in Chinese with Listening (Formerly SAT Ⅱ Chinese) are designed to measure your knowledge and skills in particular subject areas, as well as your ability to apply that knowledge. Students take the SATⅡChinese test to demonstrate to colleges their mastery of specific subjects like English, history, mathematics, science, and other language. The tests are independent of any particular textbook or method of instruction.
The SAT Ⅱ Chinese with listening subject test is formerly known as SAT Ⅱ Chinese test, which evaluates Chinese learners' reading ability and ability to understand spoken Chinese. The test paper includes 85 questions which are shown in four types: pinyin, phonetic symbols, simplified and traditional Chinese characters. All questions are relevant to the daily life usage.