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Receive personally tailored OLSAT 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 OLSAT?

The Otis-Lennon School Ability Test, or OLSAT, is a standardized exam used to analyze the yearly development and academic progression of students in kindergarten through twelfth grade. The OLSAT is also used by certain schools to identify potential candidates for gifted and talented, or GAT, programs, in conjunction with the results of other standardized tests like the NNAT. The OLSAT analyzes both verbal and nonverbal abilities throughout its five core areas. Students face twenty-one subtests on this exam, which can inspire a combination of test anxiety and exhaustion, and result in them failing to demonstrate all of their abilities. Helping your student become familiar with the structure of the OLSAT can help him or her approach the exam confidently, and personal OLSAT tutoring can help your student learn what is expected on each section of the test through supportive personal instruction.

Whether you are concerned with your child struggling to score highly on the OLSAT, or you want him or her to gain a greater understanding of the content in general, a private tutor is able to help them prepare for test day. This instructive approach is distinguished by the degree to which tutors customize each student's tutoring program to address his or her particular academic situation and needs. Varsity Tutors can help you select the perfect tutor to help your student become familiar with the OLSAT sections and problem types. Your student's tutor can then construct an OLSAT tutoring plan to specifically address the test content your student finds least familiar and most difficult.

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Recent Tutoring Session Reviews

Online OLSAT Tutoring review by John
Worked with the student on More Distractors in Reading, Advanced Math concepts, and reviewed two passages in English. Performed well.
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Online OLSAT Tutoring review by Zachary
Today at our first session, I explained what tutoring would be like to the student and his father, and we proceeded to take reading speed measures, introduce Long Smooth Underline and the first-pass/second-pass system, and spent an hour talking specifics on the ACT Reading Test.
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Online OLSAT Tutoring review by Courtney
In our session today, we reviewed an essay the student had written since our last session and went through the Verbal, Quantitative, and some of the Math Achievement sections of the exam. The student wrote a very good essay content-wise, but had some stylistic inconsistencies. We went through ways she could be more clear in the space she is provided to write the essay and give more examples. The student did very well in the Math Achievement section of the test. We reviewed strategies to handle the Quantitative Reasoning section and she seemed to have a better grasp by the end of the session.
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Online OLSAT Tutoring review by Ruth
Finished covering the incorrect and blank answers on the student's past SAT and started working on strategies and practice for the writing section by working through her SAT book. We focused mainly on identifying sentence errors, improving sentences and improving paragraphs, reviewing participial phrases, idioms, and subject-verb agreement. She is going to print out the essay from her past SAT and we are going to work on essay writing for our Sunday session.
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Online OLSAT Tutoring review by Nicholas
I conducted a brief interview with the student about her academic experience and then had her take a sample passage from each section of the ACT. We went over her answers and I made notes on the types of questions that were troublesome for her. We made plans to approach each section of the ACT in the future and then I had her write a sample ACT essay to assess her writing abilities.
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Online OLSAT Tutoring review by Lauren
Today the student and I started by going over the rest of the math section that we had previously been working on. He did well on this section, but is still working too slowly to finish everything on time. He then completed the English section of practice test 5, and did pretty well, with a raw score of 45 for a scaled score of 20. We redid the problems he missed. For homework, the student will complete the first two reading passages of practice test 5.
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