We at DIG International are pleased to share that we will be starting an online college preparatory program with collaboration with students at Soka University of America (SUA).
This program will be a free online SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test) program taught by students at SUA. The curriculum, teacher training, and learning platform will be provided by us at DIG International.
We will also have support for college applications. Although the college application support will be catered to students who wish to apply at SUA, our student-interns will do their best to provide support for colleges other than SUA.
However, please note that all teaching interns (students at SUA) are not trained teachers and they will be doing this to gain experience in the field of online education and student development. Also, the curriculum and student learning materials are only designed to give students a basic understanding of the SAT test and college applications. It is in no way intended to replace any official courses conducted by DIG International or any other academic institution. Furthermore, this program in NO way guarantees admission to SUA or any other institution.
We are looking for students who
- Have intermediate English proficiency (preferably above Duolingo score of 85)
- Are interested in studying at SUA or other universities that use SAT
- Have financial difficulties in studying for the SAT or applying for college
- Have limited information about college application process
*Period of course: 12 weeks
*SAT course contents: Math, Writing and Language, and Reading
Interested in applying?
Click here to fill out the application form. For any other queries please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Application Deadline: 25th of December 2021
This course is designed to give better academic opportunities to students around the world. However, it is not a substitute for DIG International’s official SAT course. It is simply a way to give students who are financially struggling the opportunity to access a supportive network. This course has a basic curriculum and is taught by SUA interns, who are not professional teachers. Taking and completing this course does NOT in any way guarantee admission to Soka University of America or any other university.