SAT Chemistry – MIP – Dates: 2/13 – 5/22


Dates: 2/13 – 5/22

Time: Wed 7:00PM – 9:00PM


Chemistry is the #1 most dreaded undergraduate science course in college. If you’ve taken chemistry, you might understand why. If you’ve chosen to take the SAT II Chemistry test, then we hope you enjoy chemistry. Even if you don’t enjoy it, but somehow found yourself seriously reading this paragraph, then we can still help you! Our students improve by 100 points on average after taking our course. Give us 30 hours of class time and we will teach you how to solve acid-base trick questions in less time than it takes to sip soda — three times. You can then spend the extra time double-checking your answers about how many moles of sodium are in 8 ounces of soda.    

  • This course is designed to prepare the student for the SAT Subject Chemistry. The student should already finished high school Chemistry.
  • Over the 15 sessions (2 hours/session), there will be two in-class quizzes and three take-home exams. The course covers all of the topics for the SAT Subject Chemistry.
  • Our experienced instructor not only teaches you how to solve each problem, but also teaches you the strategies of solving each type of problems.


  • Dates: 2/13 – 5/22
  • Time: Wed 7:00PM – 9:00PM
Weekly Schedule
Lessons Topics Quiz and Exams
  • Introduction of SAT Subject Chemistry
  • Diagnostic Test
  • Go over the Diagnostic Test
  • Chapter 1 Introduction to Chemistry
  • Chapter 2 Atomic Structure and the Periodic Table of the Elements
  • Chapter 3 Chemical Bondings
  • Quiz for Chapter 1-3
  • Chapter 4 Chemical Formulas
Quiz 1
  • Chapter 5-6 Gasses and the Gas Laws, Chemical Calculation and the Mole Concept
  • Chapter 7 Liquids, Solids, and Phase Changes
  • Review of Chapter 1-7. Midterm Test as Homework.
  • Chapter 8 Chemical Reactions and Thermochemistry
  • Midterm Exam
  • Go over the Midterm Exam
  • Chapter 9 Rates of Chemical Reactions
Midterm Exam
  • Chapter 10-11 Chemical Equilibrium, Acids, Bases, and Salts
  • Chapter 12 Oxidation- Reduction
  • Quiz for Chapter 8-12
  • Chapter 13 Some Representative Groups and Families
Quiz 2
  • Chapter 14 Carbon and Organic Chemistry
  • Chapter 15 The Laboratory Rules. Review of Chapter 1-15. Final Assessment as Homework
  • Final review
  • Final Exam
  • Go over the Final Test
  • More Targeted Practice
Final Exam

Additional information


2019 Spring