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If you're taking the SAT test, you need an expert SAT tutor now. Revisions to the test make it absolutely essential to get up-to-date preparation beforehand. College admissions and future employers regard SAT scores as accurate indicators of your future performance. Give the SAT your best shot, and your career prospects may soar. Varsity Tutors may assist you in connecting with an expert tutor in Omaha, NE, who may try to help you score high on the revised SAT. Since 1926, the SAT has been evaluating verbal and mathematical abilities of senior high school students. For decades, students have been taking the SAT in their junior year for practice and in their senior year for their actual college admissions applications. But the best edge comes from SAT tutors who live and breathe the SAT every day. This is especially true since the March, 2016, revision of the test, its biggest change in 30 years.

Your professional SAT tutor knows the test's structure, how the questions are written, and what to study before test day. As your personal tutor, they also know your strengths, weaknesses, and abilities. To get started, your personal tutor may prepare a detailed study plan custom-made for you. Your plan is flexible and may change as you practice certain math functions or brush up on critical reading or other skills. If you're preparing for the SAT, let our educational directors connect you with a tutor in Omaha.

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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
The student is a very high functioning student who is keen to get a stellar score on her SATs. I appreciated her good energy and proactive demeanor in taking down notes for all the tips I gave her this session. She's very smart and often moves a little too quickly. ;) I'm working to make sure she doesn't rush during the actual test. We went over one reading and one math section, as her writing skills are indeed very strong. For reading, I found that she sometimes overanalyzes questions instead of reading closely and actively for hints and clues straight from the text. We also worked on asking ourselves 'what is the author really trying to say' and 'what is this question asking in simple terms.' I found this helped her arrive at the right answer. She is a fast reader and has absolutely no issue with finishing on time, we just need to work on answering questions carefully and astutely from here on out. Going over the math section, I only had to point her in the right direction for her to correct her own mistakes and get the question correct-- she is a very fast learner and has good foundational mathematics skills. She just needs to learn certain techniques and certain 'tells' when it comes to math problems as she often will overcomplicate a problem that can be solved in simple, few steps.
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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
The student had finished another practice test and had done very well on it. We were able to cover all the questions she had missed in a very short time because they were so few! We spent the majority of the remaining time then looking at her essay and discussing structure, particularly how much time and space she should spend on the introduction and conclusion. In the next session, we will look at the test she will complete before then.
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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
We went over percentages and then statistics. Initially, she found some of the percentage questions difficult, but soon seemed much more confident. Statistics was a review and she did well on the majority of the questions. Questions with variables seem to throw her off, so we're working on applying concepts she knows to problems where there are variables. For next time, I sent her statistics for practice and we're going to go over some reading as well.
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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
I went over test format with the student. He took a reading section and got a perfect 36. We are going to go to 1 session a week. He did have a bit of hesitation in English. I assigned him the rest of the English section for homework.
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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
Today we started by reviewing the homework and going over the problems the student missed. He was able to self-correct most of them. Then we reviewed the grammar rules for the test. She appreciated the review and it helped her to go over the different types of questions. We discussed the essay she wrote for homework and brainstormed some examples for future essays. Then she completed a timed writing section (with 20 minutes to spare!). We corrected it after and he only missed 4 questions which we corrected. He also completed a math section, where he missed 2 and self-corrected, and a portion of a reading section. His homework is to complete a reading, writing, and math section and to continue to practice his vocabulary. At this point we will continue to work on practice tests to prep for the May test.
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Omaha, NE SAT tutoring
We went over the essay, some homework problems from the reading and writing section, verb tenses, and punctuation. The student's attitude seemed pretty good. We covered information that he was already familiar with and built on that and clarified common errors. One thing that I want to keep my eye on is that he is reviewing his notes. When he does not know the answer to something, he comes up with one, which is a good test taking strategy. However, I want to make sure that he does not remain "stuck in his ways," so to speak. When we review definitions, notes, and how to tackle problems, I want to make sure that he adopts our new and agreed upon definitions of things instead of sticking with the old ways, which are not always 100% correct. I gave him his practice exam as homework and asked him to review his notes for a short period of time every day next week.
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