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SAT Cram Course Test Prep

Taking the SAT on November 7 or December 5?

Make sure you score your best on the upcoming SAT with Peninsula Academy's SAT Cram Course. See immediate results with our eight-week SAT Intensive program or 1 on 1 customized SAT coaching where you’ll get hands-on exposure to real SATs and proven strategies for each section that you’ll need on test day. Space is limited. To register, please give us a call at 310.377.1297 or email us at

Program Details

  • Course schedule: June 15-August 6, Monday through Thursday from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm

  • Access 18 full-length practice tests, including five administered in settings identical to test day

  • Learn a proven way to analyze questions to beat the SAT Reading section

  • Grasp easy-to-follow test-taking strategies for all sections of the exam.

  • Avoid the most common grammar traps.

  • Master the trickiest SAT Math questions.

  • Receive a step-by-step guide to writing the essay.

  • Receive a comprehensive SAT Math overview and SAT English vocabulary flashcards

Meet Our Instructor



Haseeb graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Southern California in 2019 with a B.S. in Human Biology and a minor in Health Care Studies. With a GPA of 3.97 and MCAT of 519 (98th percentile), Haseeb is a test guru himself! He has been teaching and tutoring SAT and MCAT since 2017 at Kaplan and USC, along with a variety of STEM subjects. His students were able to score 200-300 points higher in SAT and 5-10 points higher in MCAT. In addition to knowing the subject, Haseeb focuses on helping students practice time management, improve test-taking strategies, and build test-taking confidence.


All of his students describe him as energetic, engaging, and super smart. He is not only a natural teacher but also an excellent role model for students. We are extremely proud of Haseeb. We're also glad that he is committed to USC and will continue working with us in our test prep and tutoring classes.

Quick Facts: Haseeb has been recently admitted to USC Keck School of Medicine and Weil Cornell Medical College.

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