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Get prepared with Sage Tutoring's SAT exam test prep.

The SAT  has undergone changes to the test. Sage Tutoring has already developed SAT exam prep strategies to help students adjust to these changes.  One-on-one SAT test prep sessions are designed to target every section and strategy of the new SAT. Before students learn important strategies to maximize their SAT score, Sage tutors find out the academic backgrounds of our students -- their strengths and their weaknesses in each client's basic subjects. With this knowledge, we can identify the best test fit.  Should my child take the SAT? ACT? Both?

Next, a pre-test is given to further analyze strengths and weaknesses and to establish a base-line test score. At this point, we begin to teach our students specific strategies for each section of the SAT or ACT. These proven strategies, if used, will maximize your student's test scores. Typically one-on-one sessions are held for 1-hour sessions over 8 weeks.  Parents are given updates each week to make sure that Sage is giving each student the academic and emotional support needed for students to score high enough on the SAT or ACT to gain acceptance into the college of their dreams.

 

     

SAT Exam Now:

NO WRONG ANSWER PENALTY 

4 ANSWER  CHOICES

OFFERED DIGITALLY AND IN PRINT

OPTIONAL ESSAY WITH 50 MINUTES EXTRA TIME

CALCULATOR ALLOWED ON A MATH SECTION

 SAT Exam Before:

¼ POINT PENALTY

5 ANSWER CHOICES

ONLY OFFERED IN PRINT FORM

NO ESSAY OPTION

CALCULATOR NOT ALLOWED

In our next post on the SAT changes series:

  • We will touch on the student strengths that may determine if the SAT is the right exam for you.
  • Why colleges continue, even though for many it is optional, to prefer standardized test to improve their admissions data.

Contact Sage Tutoring and get started with SAT test prep today!