Private SAT tutoring is effective for students who prefer targeted instruction and a high level of customization in their prep. Private SAT tutoring is a great way to ensure you are focusing on rectifying specific weaknesses with certain types of questions or test taking tactics such as time management.
Some candidates use private SAT tutoring as their sole test prep method, whereas others prefer supplementing independent study or online courses with private tutoring. Schedule a call with one of our experts to figure out what will work best for you.
Yes, you can certainly let us know if you would like to work with a specific tutor. However, a lot of our tutors get booked months in advance, so it’s hard for us to guarantee that we’ll be able to pair you with someone.
We use the diagnostic test and your input to match you with a tutor. The diagnostic test helps us understand what sections or types of questions you need the most help with. We will also speak with you to make sure the diagnostic is an accurate representation of your preparedness. We will connect you based on your needs and the tutor’s expertise or preferences. Some tutors are experts at helping students get better at SAT Math, whereas others have spent years honing time management techniques. Your tutor will know what you need and how to get you there in the least amount of time.
Our private SAT tutoring service can be used in numerous ways. Some candidates use it as the sole method of preparing for their SAT, whereas others use it to supplement self-study or other online courses. What gets covered depends on how you plan to use this service and what you need help with.
We don’t have any cookie-cutter programs. Every study plan is customized depending on your specific needs. We can focus on specific sections like Writing and Language or test-taking strategies such as time management. Set up a call with us to discuss what might work best for you.
All our tutoring sessions are online. You and your tutor will figure out a convenient time to connect. Most students meet their tutors once a week, but sometimes they may also meet multiple times depending on where they are in the SAT preparation process. We like to give you enough time between two sessions to complete your assignments and revisions and absorb what you and your tutor discussed.