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Finally sitting down to look at the college applications that you've been putting off? You've probably noticed that they all require you to take at least one of the college admissions exams. Varsity Tutors can help you prepare for your college admissions exam with the Tulsa SAT prep options they offer. Even if you are not quite ready for your first day of college, it does not mean you should not be applying to the schools of your choice now. It is time to start thinking about Tulsa SAT preparation. Before you can officially send off your application, you will need to take at least one college admission exam, such as the SAT.

Many students in the Tulsa area, including those attending Holland Hall and Booker T. Washington High School, will choose to take the SAT as their college admission exam. The score you receive on the SAT will be factored in when you submit your applications to the colleges of your choice.

Whether this will be your first time studying for the SAT, or you've been studying for months, you want to ensure you make the most out of your study sessions. Varsity Tutors can connect you with a Tulsa tutor or they can enroll you in one of their next Tulsa SAT prep courses. It doesn't matter if you want a private intimate setting or you would rather be in a group setting, we will be able to find the happy medium that will fit your learning needs.

What can Tulsa SAT prep cover?

The SAT exam will have three mandatory sections. These sections consist of Writing and Language, Reading, and Math. The SAT also has a fourth section. This section is optional. This will be the Essay portion of the test. The SAT will start between 8:30 AM to 9:00 AM and will end anywhere from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM depending on your start time and if you opt in for the Essay portion of the exam. During the exam, you will have one 10-minute break and one 5-minute break. Now, we will discuss in further detail of what you can expect during the exam.

For the Writing and Language section, you will have 35 minutes to answer 44 questions. In this section, all questions will be multiple-choice. You will have a few different written passages to read and answer the questions following the passages. This section will be testing you on standard English conventions, command of evidence, words in context, and expression of ideas.

For the Math section, you will have 80 minutes to answer 58 questions. The Math section is broken into two sections. In one section, you will be allowed to use a calculator and the in the other section you will not. The section in which you are allowed to use the calculator will be 38 questions long. You will have 55 minutes to finish the section. The section you are not allowed to use a calculator in will have 20 questions and you will have 25 minutes to finish the section.

For the Reading section, you will have 65 minutes to answer 52 questions. You will be reading a couple of passages. These passages can come from contemporary US literature, classic US literature, world literature, Earth science, the United States founding documents, physics, chemistry, and biology. This section is testing your knowledge of the words in context, analysis in history/social studies in science, and command of evidence.

As we've previously talked about, the SAT Essay section is optional. If you choose to take the Essay section, you will have 50 minutes to do so. This section is designed for you to read a passage and consider the author's evidence, reasoning, and persuasive elements. When done, it is your job to write an essay where you decipher the author's arguments and persuasive abilities. To give it your all, you will need to brush up on your writing skills, reading comprehensions, and your analysis.

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

If you are unsure of where to begin when it comes to the SAT, Varsity Tutors can get you in contact with a Tulsa SAT tutor, they can enroll you in their next SAT prep class, or help you find a combination of the two that will fit your needs. The Tulsa SAT prep classes will ensure you have all the tools necessary to study for the exam. If you are interested in the prep classes, you should know they are online and in a fully interactive setting. New classes start at the beginning of every week and you can choose either two-week or four-week classes. By signing up for a Tulsa SAT prep class, you will be working with an expert instructor.

During the prep classes, you will be interacting with your peers along with your instructor. You will have the chance to work in groups and engage in discussions with your fellow classmates. If you decide this course is for you, you will also have the chance to talk to your instructor one-on-one to discuss areas you may feel you need extra attention on.

If the group setting is not your style, we can help you get in contact with a Tulsa SAT prep tutor. By working with a private instructor, you will have more control over what you will learn and how you will learn it. The instructor can plan the sessions around the areas you need the most help in and tailor it to your learning style as well.

How can I find SAT review in Tulsa?

Now is the time to either get in contact with a private instructor or enroll in the next upcoming prep class. Varsity Tutors will gladly help you with your needs. If you are ready to amp up your study sessions, you will want to contact our helpful educational consultants for more information on being connected with a private tutor or enrolling in a prep course.

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