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For many children, the Early Childhood Admissions Assessment (ECAA) is the first standardized test or assessment they will ever face. If you are interested in independent schooling at an accomplished institution and your child is entering a grade between pre-kindergarten and fourth grade, his or her score in the ECAA could have major implications on their enrollment qualifications. An ECAA tutor can address anxieties that you or your child may have about the test, explain the content, and model the assessment with your student to give them the tools to succeed on test day. Contact Varsity Tutors today and let us help connect you and your child to an experienced ECAA tutor.
ECAA tutors have not only demonstrated knowledge in the details of the assessment, but are experienced in working with young children. A tutor can analyze your student's academic aptitudes and interests and discuss with you how to best prepare him or her for the ECAA. Not every child will learn material in the same way, and the individual instruction available through private tutoring can help to provide the best possible educational fit for your child's test preparation. A talented tutor can cater ECAA tutoring to your child's specific strengths and weaknesses, integrating engaging games and activities to keep your student excited about future sessions. Your child may be unsure as to what study method works best for them. An experienced ECAA tutor can help them identify this, which will not only help on this test, but in subsequent standardized tests as well.