Teenagers have a surmounting amount of pressure to attain high scores on the SATs. These high-stakes tests are important for the college admissions process. Team Tutor understands how important these tests are for your teen’s future. Our SAT tutors inspire teens to do their very best with our personalized SAT program. Our SAT tutors focus on your teen’s learning style while focusing on the following 3 core aspects:
- Understanding Test-Taking Strategies & Techniques
- Mastering SAT Content
- Strengthening Academic Concepts
Team Tutor SAT Prep Method:
- Diagnostic Assessment: The student completes a full-length diagnostic SAT assessment.
- Analysis: A customized report will outline your child’s strengths and needs.
- Tutor Selection: An expert test prep tutor is selected based on your child’s strength, needs, and personality.
- Program Design: Each test prep program is individualized based on your child’s needs, goals and learning style. The tutor targets the areas that need the greatest improvement.
- Program Feedback: Parents have access to daily updates on your child’s sessions through our parent portal system.
About The SAT Test
The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly Scholastic Aptitude Test and Scholastic Assessment Test), the nation’s most widely used college admission test, is accepted by virtually all colleges and universities. While the SAT is just one criterion among many in the college admissions process, most schools do place significant weight on an applicant’s scores.
The SAT measures a student’s skills in three core areas: Critical Reading, Math, and Writing. Students typically take the SAT in the spring of their junior year and, if necessary, again in the fall of their senior year.
The test is given at set time periods during the year and must be scheduled in advance. The SAT is composed of three main sections (Math, Evidence-Based Reading and Writing) and a 50 minute optional essay, with students allotted approximately 3 hours and 50 minutes to complete the exam. The following is a breakdown of sections:
- One 65-minute reading section (52 questions- reading and vocabulary in context)
- One 35-minute writing section (44 questions- grammar and usage)
- Two math sections (one 55 minute calculator-optional section and one 25 minute no-calculator section; heart of algebra, problem solving & data analysis, passport to advanced math, additional topics include geometry, trigonometry and pre-calculus)
|Test Date||Doors Open||Scores Available|
|March 13,2021||7:45 a.m.||March 26, 2021|
Keep in mind that if you are registering through the mail, the deadline is one week earlier.
To enroll your child in one of our test prep programs or for more information regarding our services, call 215-657-1981 or email us. A member of our team will conduct a brief phone assessment and walk you through our various test prep offerings.