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Varsity Tutors can match high school students with a Spokane SAT prep course that could help make the process of getting ready for this important exam a little bit easier. Even if you're not getting ready to apply to colleges this year, it's likely that you are starting to think about your future, including the college application process. There are multiple college entrance exams that one could take, but in Spokane, many students, including those who attend Lewis & Clark High School or Gonzaga Preparatory School, may choose the SAT.
If you're interested in getting Raleigh-Durham SAT prep help, you can join a Raleigh-Durham SAT prep class with other students who are also laying the groundwork for gaining a stronger understanding of the content in the exam. It's extremely important to do the best you can on this exam because colleges use those scores as part of the decision they make regarding whether you'd be a good fit for their educational institution. If you're ready to start studying for this test and you're interested in the energy and collaboration possible in a group-style course, Varsity Tutors can help you find a Spokane SAT prep course that fits your schedule and your goals.
What can I expect to study in a Spokane SAT class?
You'll have three hours to complete the three main sections of the SAT, and, if you choose to take the SAT Essay portion, you'll have an additional 50 minutes to complete your essay. There are 154 multiple choice questions total in the three required sections, and there's just one essay. Your score is determined by the number of correct answers you give, but you do not lose points if you're wrong, so there's not a penalty for guessing. With so many questions to answer, time management is key, because it's easy to find that time passes quickly, especially if you're prone to test anxiety.
The Reading section requires that you read and evaluate written passages from literature, important documents in U.S. history, social sciences, and up to three passages that focus on science. This section has 52 questions to answer and is designed to measure your ability to use evidence and context to determine meaning and analyze documents to come to your own conclusions.
In the Writing and Language section, you'll be tested on your ability to process sentence structure, punctuation and grammar, and your overall comprehension of what you read. There are 44 questions, and some of the passages include graphs and charts. These passages require that you analyze text and then respond to the relevance of an argument or even rewrite a given argument to make it stronger. While these subsections are scored individually, the Writing and Language section and Reading sections are merged for a score between 200 and 800. Admissions boards will look at your combined scores from Writing and Language and Reading to determine whether you're a good fit for their academic programs.
The 58 questions in the Math section are split into two parts: calculator use allowed, and calculator use prohibited. In this section, questions focus on a range of mathematical skills and concepts testing your fluency, understanding of linear equations and the relationship to their graphs, problem-solving abilities, data analysis, and how you use math to solve problems that might occur in the real world.
The SAT Essay section adds 50 minutes to your overall test time. During that time, you'll be given a passage to read and analyze. You'll be asked to critique the way the author uses reasoning, emotion, and stylistic choices to strengthen claims made in the passage. Once your reading and analysis is done, you'll have to write an essay that assesses the effectiveness of those elements in terms of making their argument.
How can a Spokane SAT prep class help me?
When it comes to Raleigh-Durham SAT preparation, for people who thrive in group settings and enjoy a lively discussion or debate, an educational method that brings you together with other people can be hugely helpful. You can join a group Raleigh-Durham SAT prep course. In a course, you will have the opportunity to connect with an instructor through the Live Learning Platform. It uses the internet to allow you to attend courses in a virtual classroom with your instructor and other students. You'll work together in real time and the discussions may be lively, so for those who thrive on interaction, this might be a good option.
Spokane SAT prep classes are unique in that you can connect with your classmates and your instructor anywhere, anytime, in real time using the internet. Classes start weekly, and there's a choice of sessions that last two weeks, or sessions that go on for four. Working with other students in a collaborative environment means that you get the benefit of others' experiences and opinions, as well as feedback and test taking tips that you may not have thought of on your own. It's also possible that you'll help others to improve their understanding of mathematical concepts, information in the Reading or Writing and Language sections, because everyone has different experiences and opinions that shape how they process information and what they take away from it.
You may even learn to decipher which answers are incorrect by analyzing the language, or learn about how to handle sections of the exam that you struggle with, whether that's problem-solving in the Math section, or time management so that you answer as many questions as possible in the time you're given.
How do I find a Spokane SAT prep course?
No matter when you're taking the SAT college entrance exam, academic assistance is available. You just have to reach out to Varsity Tutors for a Spokane SAT prep course. Our educational consultants can help you to weigh the different options and help you decide if the SAT prep class is exactly what you're looking for. We are excited to help as you prepare for the next phase of your education. Contact us today!
Jessica: Spokane SAT course instructor
I am a 22 year old graduate from Eastern Washington University. I graduated with a Bachelors degree in biology and a minor in chemistry. I am now working on my Masters In Teaching through WGU! Doing well in school has always been a huge priority of mine and now I want to help you with any of your academic goals!
Education & Certification
- Eastern Washington University - Bachelor of Science, Biology, General
- Washington Governors University - Masters in Education, High School Teaching
- Middle School Math
- ACT Math
- +22 subjects
Drew: Spokane SAT course instructor
...subjects. I have worked with all ages in my past, from elementary age children all the way up to medical students and all ages and education levels in between. I am especially well versed in teaching study skills in all subjects (especially math and science), so not only can I help you learn the material, but I can also give you the skills to succeed on your own in the future and become an even...
Ashley: Spokane SAT course instructor
...student's area of needed improvement with what interests them. I look to challenge, but also engage and inspire deeper learning through interactive and specialized lessons. I tailor my teaching methods to each individual student in order to meet their specific skills and weaknesses. The areas I specialize in are English, both composition and literature comprehension, French, and History. I have taken the exams for AP English Composition, AP English Literature, AP World, AP European History,...
Education & Certification
- Eastern Washington University - Current Undergrad, English
- ACT Writing
- French 1
- +30 subjects
Courtney: Spokane SAT course instructor
...my own education has given me a passion for helping others become excited about learning math and science as well. I began tutoring Algebra when I was in high school and tutored high school and college students in Pre-calculus, Algebra 2, and Biology while at the University of Idaho. I enjoy tutoring students because I know what it is like to struggle to understand a subject, and the feeling of accomplishment when it finally "clicks"....
Education & Certification
- University of Idaho - Bachelors, Animal and Veterinary Science
- +27 subjects
Kerry: Spokane SAT course instructor
...Varsity Tutors: to continue working for the betterment of society. My qualifications are broad yet applicable. My bachelor's is in humanities, with a formal minor in history and a professional writing certificate in English. My master's includes focused studies in writing pedagogy, course design, and teaching using digital technologies. My blend of digital expertise, honed by experience in digitizing materials for the WSU Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections, and enthusiasm for the teaching and learning...
Kamryn: Spokane SAT course instructor
Hi there, my name's Kamryn! I recently graduated magna cum laude from Duquesne University with a BA in English Literature and Political Science. I will be attending Gonzaga School of Law in the Fall and am excited to continue my tutoring throughout law school! I have a very straightforward, multi-disciplinary approach to academics and I look forward to working with you.
Education & Certification
- Duquesne University - Bachelor in Arts, Political Science and Government
- Essay Editing
- LSAT Reading Comprehension
- College Political Science
- +26 subjects
Patricia: Spokane SAT course instructor
Throughout my career, I've taught middle school, high school and college students (graduate and undergraduate.) I earned my Doctorate in Education in 1997. Teaching is most rewarding for me when students realize they have the skills and tools to be successful in tutoring experiences and beyond.
Celine: Spokane SAT course instructor
...up my PharmD degree. I have prior experience tutoring children and young adults of varying ages in mainly Math and Science. Additionally, I have taught elementary school science curriculums to students in the 1st, 2nd, 5th, and 6th grades. I would love the opportunity to work with you to help with homework, improve test scores, or help you advance your learning. I am very flexible in my teaching style so I can definitely cater to...
Jeremy: Spokane SAT course instructor
...as a Teaching Assistant at Whitworth University, as a youth mentor at West Side Church in Richland, WA, and as an English teacher in Taiwan. As a tutor, my teaching philosophy focuses on helping students to develop the confidence and study skills they need to successfully learn on their own. My interests include history, Chinese culture, science fiction and fantasy, the occasional video game, and hiking. I look forward to meeting new students!... My teaching philosophy revolves around helping students gain the confidence that they need to master new material. Students thrive when they recognize that they are capable of learning. Listening to student's own concerns and ideas, and helping students talk through problem areas, can unlock the cognitive blocks that inhibit learning.
Education & Certification
- Whitworth University - Bachelors, History and Philosophy
- College English
- Study Skills
- College Essays
- +32 subjects
Rachel: Spokane SAT course instructor
...slow learners or troublesome tests. I also excelled in school from a very young age. I graduated in the top ten of my high school while also earning my AA through the Running Start program, and then proceeded to graduate summa cum laude with my BS in food science and nutrition. School has always been a safe place for me, a place where I could grow and learn and adapt. I want to share that...