How can an OAT Quantitative Reasoning tutor help you?
By the time you are preparing to take the OAT exam, high school math may seem like a distant memory. Many students are surprised to find themselves calculating percentages or solving systems of equations as they prepare for the OAT Quantitative Reasoning section. However, the ability to perform simple quantitative calculations is essential for any healthcare professional, including optometrists. You may have to calculate dosages or adjust prescriptions based on these kinds of fundamental calculations. Despite the importance of the skill, it is not something that is in the recent memory of most OAT test-takers. Instead of poring through high school textbooks or wandering through the material on the Internet, consider personalized OAT Quantitative Reasoning tutoring.
OAT instructor's high scores on this section of the exam show that they understand exactly what you need to know to post a similarly outstanding score. OAT Quantitative Reasoning Tutoring offers you the chance to work with one of these knowledgeable guides and to build on the test-taking strategies that he or she has demonstrated to be effective. Why spend hours developing these skills on your own when you can work with a talented tutor who is eager to show you how to get on the fast track to success?
Working with your tutor one-on-one, you can benefit from a customized course of instruction designed to help you augment the specific OAT Quantitative Reasoning topics you understand least. This focused approach to review can help you get the most out of every hour of your study time. Studying efficiently means that you can study smarter, not harder, and work toward success while still having time to meet your many other obligations.
You may find that you notice several benefits once you hire a private tutor. Your knowledge and understanding of the subject will soar. Once you begin to realize that you understand the material, your self-esteem and confidence will rise rapidly. Your tutor can teach you vital study skills that you can take with you for the rest of your academic career and beyond. Tutors have multiple ways to help you study, including visual aids. With a tutor, you can work at your own pace. If you have mastered a concept, you can move on right away, so you aren't wasting time. On the other hand, if you are having a problem grasping a concept, you can spend as much time on it as you need. Furthermore, you won't have to wait in line at the end of class to ask your teacher questions, only to be rushed because you only have a few minutes between classes.
Your OAT Quantitative Reasoning score is one of the most important parts of your optometry school application. Consider that undergraduate institutions vary considerably in challenge and rigor and, therefore, each applicant's GPA can be difficult to compare to others. Instead, admissions committees use OAT scores to level the playing field and analyze which candidates are most likely to succeed in a rigorous optometry curriculum. You can't afford anything less than optimal preparation for the OAT. Short-changing yourself now will only lead to more headaches later in your development, as you find the need to return continually to concepts that you studied previously. A personal instructor can use his or her enthusiasm and communication skills to help you retain concepts in your long-term memory, simplifying your preparation and helping you maximize your chance of gaining a seat in the ultra-competitive optometry school admissions process. You can schedule in-person sessions in the comfort of your home or any place of your choosing. Additionally, you can have face-to-face online sessions through a live-learning platform. Contact Varsity Tutors' educational directors to learn more about the OAT Quantitative Reasoning Tutoring available near you!
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