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The SAT is an exam that your child may need to take in high school, traditionally in their 11th or 12th grade. Your child may score between 400 and 1600 on the exam. The exam spans three sections with only two required ones: math and writing and language. The test takes three hours to complete with an additional 50 minutes to spend on the essay, which is an optional section. The SAT is similar to the ACT, though it is more rigorous about vocabulary. Many students may prefer it because it offers a bit more time per question and assesses critical thinking. In order to give your child the best preparation possible, you may contact Varsity Tutors to connect with a tutor in Jacksonville, Florida.

Our educational directors in Jacksonville may help you and your child find independent SAT tutors. Your student's tutor is selected based on several of their needs. The directors may factor in their learning style, testing goals, strengths, and weaknesses, and other aspects that may have an impact on what your child gains from tutoring.

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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
We did another last session. We went over practice tests, and we did a couple critical reading sessions. Hopefully this really will be the last session!
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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
The student's attitude was great as usual. We went through 1.5 hours of math this time and spent the other half hour on the writing session. One thing that was iffy was how the student seemed to have a hard time sitting down completing the practice test, but we talked through some things he was unclear about, and I will ask him to do another one a week or so from now. Otherwise, he's doing great and making lots of improvement, and I've enjoyed having him.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
The student and I continued to work on SAT math. We reviewed homework from previous week, redoing some questions which were misread. The student is making progress and will improve further with more practice.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
The student and I worked on the Math portion of the SAT today. The student scored three incorrect on the first portion (all in the fill-in portion), three incorrect on the second portion, and two incorrect on the third portion. His score, had this been a real SAT, would have yielded a score range of 630-690. On the first section, he allowed himself to work on a problematic question for almost four minutes instead of skipping it; the result was that he didn't have enough time to complete the section. After we addressed this problem by having him read the questions and answers fully before he began to solve for information, he managed to complete the third section with three minutes to spare. That is great progress. It seems he enjoys to draw and isolate terms as he reads, which are wonderful skills and the habits of a good math student. By waiting until the end of the question to isolate the needed information, he was able to reduce his tangential explorations. Further, we discussed how to isolate the given information embedded in the questions or how to plug in answer choices to solve the problem. There were a few missteps with regards to basic error of operations, but for the most part only the very difficult problems gave him pause. I recommend that he practice the last few Math problems for each section so that he can accustom himself to the thinking strategies the exam will throw at him as right now he seems a little uncertain as to how to tackle them. For our next lesson, we will transition into a new components of the exam and review his answers from the Math portion of practice exam.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
In this session we worked through questions from the practice exams in the a study guide for Math, reading and writing. The student was strong in the Math section. We will continue to practice with the more difficult questions to help her gain as many correct answers as possible. Overall, she just needs to maintain her ability to answer the beginning questions correctly and review the strategies we go over in our sessions to quicken the speed with which she gets the correct answers. In reading, the student is strong in the passage-based questions that require going back to the passage for details about a certain point. So we focused more on the strategies for reading passages and what to focus on. I assigned her to go over more practice sessions in her free time. We will go over those sections when we meet next in two weeks.
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Jacksonville, FL SAT tutoring
The student and I started out by reviewing his homework from the past week, all of which he completed. He did very well on the two sections of Passage-Based Reading questions he completed from Practice Test 2 and it seems like the strategies we've been working on are helping him improve his score compared to the ones in last week's homework. He also did very well on the Math Grid-In session he'd done! We spent the bulk of the rest of our session working on the Sentence Completions from the Reading section - the two ways to increase his score here are to increase his vocabulary but also to get his strategy for approaching these problems very solid. I was happy to see that in the 20 or so problems we did together, he seemed to start to internalize the strategy I was teaching him and start to use it for himself. He is also very good about being forthcoming about words he does not know, so we can add them to his flashcards. We spent some time going through his flashcards today to see how those words are coming along. The end of the session was spent on Sentence Errors from the Writing section.
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