Overall Features


Class Size



Hours of Instruction

60 hours of intensive instruction covering an advanced curriculum


Number of Tests

5 full-length proctored SATs and 15 additional tests


  • A guaranteed score of at least 2100 on the SAT or your money back
  • Extensive in-class prep for the most difficult questions on the test
  • Access to 30 hours of additional self-guided online lessons to review what you learn in class
  • The most experienced Princeton Review SAT instructors
  • Admissions and Financial Aid courses to help you research schools, organize your applications, maximize financial aid and more
  • PSAT PLUS: Comprehensive PSAT prep to ensure you’re prepared for both tests
  • Explanations to all 125 questions in your PSAT practice exam
  • A minimum qualifying SAT score of 1850 on a practice or real SAT (or a 185 on the PSAT) is required for admission

SAT Honors covers a rigorous, advanced curriculum and is designed for students who are aiming for perfection. A minimum qualifying SAT score of 1850 is required to ensure you'll prepare alongside students who are just as driven as you.