If you're doing SAT training, you have two options.

  1. Fixed Goal

    In this approach, you do the full training program, putting in whatever amount of time you need in order to get that done. The goal is fixed: completing our SAT training checklist, then taking the test, then doing additional, free training if needed.

    This is the stronger approach, and is backed by our 1500+ guarantee.

  2. Fixed time

    In this option, you indicate how much time you are willing to spend on SAT training. We get through whatever we can in that time. You may not see any score improvement if you choose this method.

    This approach doesn't come with a guarantee. However, our program is very front-weighted. That means we do the most significant things first. If you only have a total of 10 hours to spend, the best place you can spend them is at Vohra Method.

    A fixed time approach is obviously less effective than a fixed goal approach. However, if that's all you have time for, then do that.

Wait, why can't I do both?

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Fixed time says, "I will spend x hours, and then stop."
Fixed goal says, "I will take as long as needed to get this done."

What if you combine the two, and say, "I'll finish this task in x hours."? Isn't that the best of both worlds?

Not exactly. Combining the two creates a high-stress, high-anxiety, "Hurry-up time."

This approach does not work.

It primarily causes such a high level of stress in students that they accomplish very little. By trying to make people hurry up and finish, they end up accomplishing much less than they would with fixed time or fixed goal approaches. They forget more, and they usually retain no long term gains at all.

At Vohra Method, we don't enable that kind of psychologically self-destructive, academically ineffective approach. We're totally happy to cater to Fixed Time or Fixed Goal approaches, but not to the Hurry-up Time approach.

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Becoming an Expert

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According to Outliers, it takes 10,000 hours to become an expert at something. Fortunately, at Vohra we can make you an SAT expert a lot quicker than that! Our program covers literally years of math and verbal skill building faster than most educational "experts" consider possible. 

Vohra Method SAT

SAT Math: Approx. 30 hours.
SAT Reading: Approx. 40 hours.
SAT Essay (optional): Approx. 15 hours.

If you are very focused and intense, you might actually finish much quicker. If you are the opposite, it will take much longer. 

Note that these are not guaranteed times by any stretch of the imagination. If we need to fix major gaps, or if you forget material quickly, it will take much longer. There is no upper limit to how long the program can take. It's just however long it takes for you to complete the checklist, which can be found here.

Fixing Major Deficits

If you have major gaps in arithmetic and algebra, you will need to learn those skills. If you don't know how to factor or add fractions, this may apply to you. Time added: approximately 50-100 hours.

Students who are not yet proficient in English, or have a very unusually high level of difficulty with reading, may need additional time with reading. Time added: approximately 40-100 hours.

Note that these are based on students giving 110% during every second of every class. If the work focus is less than that, it can take many times longer. 


Below is a breakdown of the phases of our program. These phases apply both to reading and to math. They can give you a slightly better idea of how your time is broken down. The total required time, as you can see, can vary greatly based on skill and needs.

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