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The MCAS (Massachusetts Comprehensive Assessment System) exams are administered to students in the state of Massachusetts in order to determine whether they have the academic skills necessary to succeed in either college or the workplace. If your child needs a little bit of help with their MCAS prep, Varsity Tutors can connect you with an experienced MCAS tutor to help them work toward their academic goals.
Here are the exams that MCAS tutoring may be able to help with:
- Grade 10 ELA - includes reading comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, and writing in multiple-choice, multiple-select (more than one correct answer per question), and essay formats
- Grade 10 Mathematics - Broken into two sections, calculators are only allowed on section two. Multiple-choice, multiple-select, and short answer questions
- One of the high school MCAS Science and Technology/Engineering tests (Biology, Chemistry, Introductory Physics, or Technology/Engineering)
All of the tests above are administered on a computer, a format that students may not be accustomed to. An MCAS tutor may administer timed practice tests to help their pupil get a feel for the formatting they can expect on test day. Reviewing the results of these practice tests after the fact may also help students identify their strengths and weaknesses, allowing future study sessions to be adjusted accordingly. In addition, MCAS tutoring allows students to work in a one-on-one learning environment catered to their individual needs. If your child is better at math than grammar, their sessions can focus on grammar. Likewise, a private tutor may be able to incorporate a student's interests into study plans to make them engaging for the student.