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The new SAT is here. Our experienced tutors help students ease their fears by giving them authentic guidance. Our students learn useful vocabulary, mathematics, writing, and all of the real secrets so that they can conquer their fears and score higher than they ever have. Each tutoring session will be designed to meet your specific needs. We have all of the necessary preparatory material so that students will feel equipped to study effectively. Most importantly we will be using the ideal study tool—real SATs. Our tutors review both correct and missed questions with the students, explaining each clearly. We believe knowing the reason for a correct answer is as effective as knowing why a question was incorrect. All study programs will be laid out by your selected tutor on a calendar, as well as a day-to-day study schedule. We counsel students on the important, frequently overlooked details and issues in order to best manage their time, like when to use a calculator, prior-night planning, and what to do the morning of test day.

What is in the Post March 2016 SAT?

In competition with the ACT, the College Board has changed their exam to remain popular for students considering college. The exam is no longer scored on a 600-2400 scale, it is now from 400-1600 (200-800 for each section). The essay portion is now optional, but if you would like to apply to an array of universities, it is recommended. You may now guess on the exam without any penalty. The exam may now be taken as a computer based version as well.
The Critical Reading section is now called the Evidence-Based Reading and Writing section (which now compiles reading and writing into one section) composed of a 65-minute, 52 question section and a 35-minute, 44 question Writing and Language section. Math has a 25-minute no calculator section and a 55-minute calculator section.

Breakdown

The English section is composed of a 65-minute, 52 question section and a 35-minute, 44 question section.
The Math section is a 25-minute, 20 question (no calculator) section, and a 55-minute, 37 question (calculator) section.
The optional Essay section is a 50-minute, 1 essay section.
Totaling 153 questions and 230 minutes (3 hours and 50 minutes) of examination time.

Should you take the SAT or ACT?

In a nutshell, if you prefer more time per question, the SAT may be best for you. If you enjoy a science section, then the ACT may be best for you. We recommend taking a practice ACT and SAT exam and based on your preliminary scoring, we can help you determine which test to move forward with. Our exam experts have accumulated years of exam preparation material to provide you with an effective tutoring session. Our practice exams will give you a true feel for the most updated SAT exam. Our tutors have ranked highly in English, Math, Reading, Science and Writing, so you know that you will only be matched with the best. Call us now for a diagnostic ­­ — our authentic advice will put you in the direction of success.

Luke

Luke

Luke was born in Rome, Italy to a family of historians. He grew up in Annapolis, Maryland and attended the College of William & Mary, where he studied Neuroscience and Mathematics. Though deeply interested in scientific thought and processes, he remained fascinated by the murky, semi-charted waters between myth and history. Luke has tutored...
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Undergraduate Degree: College of William & Mary Class of 2015 - Bachelor of Science, Neuroscience. Minor in Mathematics.

Graduate Degree: Loyola Marymount University Expected Class of 2021 - Master of Fine Arts Candidate, Writing for the Screen.

Subjects: A.P. Calculus AB, ACT, ACT Math, ...
Aaron

Aaron

Hi! My name is Aaron and I have a passion for language. The importance of language in understanding and succeeding in this world cannot be ignored. I would love to share my knowledge and show others how to use language effectively to express thoughts, arguments, critiques, and much more. Additionally, I am a history buff who majored in the field. I...
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Undergraduate Degree: History

Sabrina

Sabrina

My name is Sabrina and I am a rising senior at Carnegie Mellon University. I am majoring in Biological Sciences while also pursuing a minor in Business Administration, and I am currently on the premedical track. I hold a lot of extracurricular positions on campus, many which I greatly aid me in being able to provide the best teaching experience pos...
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Undergraduate Degree: Biological Sciences

Jose

Jose

Hello! My name is Jose and I love tutoring! In some shape or form, I've been tutoring for 6 years and I enjoy taking challenging course material and breaking it down into fun, insightful examples. I love seeing my students grow and not only gain knowledge, but confidence in their own abilities! I am an engineer by trade but I an educator in s...
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Undergraduate Degree: BS in Computer Science, Mathematics

Graduate Degree: MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering

Karen

Karen

I graduated with honors from Bradley University in 2005 with a Bachelor of Science degree. Since then, I have worked in various industries and have always enjoyed tutoring in ACT, SAT, English, Reading, Math, and Study Skills. I also worked as an Education Director for a learning center, where I developed curriculum, trained instructors, tutored st...
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Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Science

Subjects: ACT, ACT English, ACT Math, ...
James

James

Hello, my name is James and I'm a student at Columbia University. I am a linguistics major, and there's nothing better than learning more of a new language. In high school, I participated in many math competitions such as the AMC 10/12, the AIME, and ARML Nationals. I would love to get to know more about you and help you in any way that I can!
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Jessica

Jessica

Hi! I'm Jess, and I graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Richmond in December 2018 with a BA in International Studies and minors in Economics and Latin American and Iberian Studies. During my time in college, I was able to study and work in Spain and Brazil, respectively. I graduated a semester earlier than expected, and I spent nine...
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Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Arts

Subjects: ACT, ACT English, ACT Math, ...
Jonah

Jonah

I love learning, and (perhaps strangely), I love tests. When the SAT was out of 2400 points, I scored a 770 on the Reading Comprehension section, a 710 on the Writing Skills section, and a 700 on the Math Section. In college, I scored a 172 (99th Percentile) on the LSAT. I prefer a relaxed tutoring environment where students need not feel necessary...
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Undergraduate Degree: California State University, Long Beach, B.A., Political Science w/ Honors

Caroline

Caroline

Caroline is a knowledgeable, patient, and enthusiastic tutor who has experience connecting with students from many different backgrounds and with differing learning styles. Caroline graduated from Williams College cum laude in 2018 with a B.A. in Chemistry and English. Throughout college, she was a teaching assistant for several chemistry classes a...
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Undergraduate Degree: Williams College, B.A. in English and Chemistry

Subjects: A.P. Chemistry, ACT, ACT English, ...
Annalise

Annalise

I am an artist and multidisciplinary educator holding six years of experience working with learners of all ages in a variety of educational settings in the US and abroad. My philosophy of education is student-centered and informed by culturally-responsive and social emotional learning (SEL)-informed practices. Empowering students is my goal and thr...
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Undergraduate Degree: Bachelor of Fine Arts- focus in Photography, magna cum laude

Subjects: ACT English, ACT Reading, ADHD, ...
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