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Receive personally tailored PSAT 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 you master the PSAT?
Are you are planning on taking the Preliminary SAT (PSAT) this year? Contact Varsity Tutors' educational directors. We are experienced at helping students in Newark find independent PSAT tutors. The PSAT is an important first step in making sure you are prepared for the college entrance process, and it will be one of your first opportunities to practice for the SAT. Working with a tutor could give you the edge you need to perform your best on the PSAT, and the experience could give you an early look at what areas you will need to try to improve before you take the SAT. Whether you are just taking the PSAT to see how you do, or if you are hoping to qualify for a National Merit Scholarship, our educational directors in Newark can locate a PSAT tutor who might help you pursue your goals and excel on your exams.
In 2015, the PSAT changed because the SAT changed, so if you are using old PSAT prep materials, they won't be enough to strive to ensure you succeed on this exam. An individual tutor will know about these changes and could help you prepare. Your tutor can assess your reading comprehension and help you understand what reading and writing skills you will need to work on. Your tutor can review your knowledge of algebra, problem solving, and data analysis, and then quiz you with questions similar to what you'll see on the PSAT. An experienced PSAT tutor in Newark, NJ, can present you with multiple teaching approaches until they find the one that works best for you. Your PSAT tutor could help alleviate test anxiety by preparing you for what to expect on the day you take the test, like how much time you'll have, how the content will be sectioned, and the types of questions to expect.