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Receive personally tailored SSAT lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.
How can a tutor help your child master the SSAT?
The SSAT, or Secondary School Admissions Test, is given to students in third through eleventh grades who are applying to private schools. There are three levels, the lower, middle, and upper level, depending on a student's grade. Each level has four sections: quantitative, reading comprehension, verbal reasoning, and an unscored essay, which is nevertheless sent to the schools they apply to. The test is offered each year, once a month from October through April, and then once again in June. It is not unusual for this to be the first standardized test your student may take, and as standardized tests are so different from regular classroom testing, it's a good idea to get your child a little help studying for the SSAT. Let Varsity Tutors find an expert SSAT tutor in Fairfield with the experience, skills, and teaching approach that matches your child's needs
Our educational directors will be happy to connect your child with a custom-picked tutor, after finding out information such as your child's grade, their academic strengths and weaknesses, and their goals for the SSAT, as well as their personality and preferred learning methods. The Varsity Tutors educational directors can find an expert SSAT tutor in Fairfield, CT, to cater to your family's specific needs. Your tutor will be able to meet with your child on the days, whether weekdays or weekends, that work best for your family, and at whatever times work best, whether it's early in the day or later. Their tutor will also meet with your child in the location you choose, whether it's at their school, at a local library, or in your own home.