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How can OAT Reading Comprehension tutoring help you?
The OAT Reading Comprehension assessment is one of countless reading comprehension sections that you may encounter on standardized exams over the course of your educational pursuits. Given that these sub-tests are so generically categorized, many students feel as though they have no idea what to expect. Passages presented in reading comprehension sections can span a wide array of topics, such as literary formats and time periods. Its associated questions can require both concrete and abstract analyses. The mental agility required to jump from disparate topic to disparate topic several times in just fifty minutes on the OAT can leave even the most talented test-takers exhausted. It is easy to see why this exam is highly valued by optometry admissions committees.
An optometrist must be able to read and understand a significant pool of information, from insurance regulations to scientific journals. As a result, if you truly hope to impress an admissions committee, a strong performance on the OAT Reading Comprehension section is critical. If you are concerned that your section subscore could jeopardize the integrity of your optometry school applications, consider enlisting the help of a private instructor. Each tutor has demonstrated exceptional aptitude on the OAT Reading Comprehension section, developing specific strategies and tricks for this test that can mean the difference between outstanding accomplishment and a mediocre performance. Instead of trying to teach yourself the ins and outs of this exam, build on the success of someone who has already been there. Do not entrust your preparation to generic review books.