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If you're thinking about continuing your education after high school, you will need to take a least one college admission exam. Varsity Tutors can help you prepare with their Tucson SAT prep options. Even if the first day of college seems like a long way away, it doesn't mean you should hold off on Tucson SAT preparation. Before you know it, you will be filling out your college applications.

The majority of students in the Tucson area, including those at Empire High School and University High School, will choose to take the SAT. The score you get on the SAT will be one of the factors considered when going through a college's admission process.

Whether this is your first time thinking about taking the SAT or you've been studying for quite some time, you want to make sure you get the most out of your study efforts. Varsity Tutors can help you find a Tucson tutor, or they can enroll you in one of their Tucson SAT prep courses. It doesn't matter if you are looking for a group setting or you want someone to help you focus on your specific goals. We can help you find a resource that will fit your needs.

What can Tucson SAT prep cover?

The SAT includes three mandatory sections you will need to complete. These sections are Math, Reading, and Writing and Language. The SAT also offers a fourth, optional section known as the Essay portion of the exam. The SAT will start between 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM and end around 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM depending on if you were to opt-in for the Essay portion of the test. You will be permitted to have one 10 minute break and one 5 minute break. We will now discuss what you can expect the test to cover in further detail.

The Writing and Language section will have 44 questions you will need to answer. You will have 35 minutes to complete this section. All questions in this section will be multiple-choice. You will be required to read a few various written passages. This section will test your knowledge of words in context, expression of ideas, command of evidence, and standard English conventions.

The Math section will have 58 questions you will need to answer. You will have 80 minutes to complete this section. The Math section is broken down into two parts. One part of this section will ban the use of the calculator, but the other part of this section will allow the use of the calculator. The calculator section will consist of 30 questions that are multiple choice and 8 grid-ins. You will have 55 minutes to complete this section. The non-calculator section will have 15 questions that are multiple choice and 5 grid-ins. You will have 25 minutes to complete this section.

The Reading section will have 52 questions you will need to answer. You will have 65 minutes to complete this section. The Reading section will have a few passages you will need to read. The passages will come from either world literature, classic US, contemporary US, United States founding documents, Earth science, biology, chemistry, or physics. This section will test you on your command of evidence, words in context, and analysis in history/social studies in science.

As we've previously mentioned the SAT Essay portion is completely optional. You are not forced to participate in this section. The Essay portion of this exam will be 50 minutes long. This portion of the exam will require you to read a passage. You will then have to consider the author's use of reasoning, evidence, and persuasive elements. You will be required to write your own essay where you will decipher the author's persuasive abilities and argument. You do not need to agree with the author's point of view. You will only be evaluating the author's argument. To put your best foot forward, you will need to brush up on your analysis and writing skills.

What are the benefits of different types of Tucson SAT prep?

If you do not know where or how you should be preparing for the SAT, Varsity Tutors can connect you with a Tucson SAT tutor, we can sign you up for our next prep class, or we can help provide you with a combination of the two. A Tucson SAT tutor or the prep class can provide you with all the necessary study help you need for the exam. If you are interested in the prep class, you may be interested to know that it is a fully interactive online experience. All new classes start every week. There are two options when picking a prep class. You can choose from a two-week session or a four-week session. By enrolling in a Tucson SAT prep class, you can build confidence in your abilities as the class is taught by an expert instructor.

During your class sessions, you will have the opportunity to collaborate with your fellow classmates and your instructor. You will have the opportunity to work in groups with your classmates along with having discussions. If you decide to follow through with the course, you will also have the opportunity to talk to your instructor one-on-one to discuss your individual areas of need.

If you are a more one-on-one learner, we can help you connect with a Tucson SAT prep tutor. Working with a private instructor can help you learn what your strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement are. An instructor can tailor study sessions that address your learning style and areas you should heavily be focusing on.

How can I find SAT review in Tucson?

If you are ready to sign up for a prep class or get in contact with a private instructor, Varsity Tutors will gladly help you. We can connect you with a private SAT tutor or enroll you in our next SAT prep course. Do not hesitate to contact one of our educational consultants for more information today.

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