SAT/SAT Subject Tests Private Tutoring
SAT and ACT Private Tutoring
At AdmissionSight, we provide 1-on-1, personalized instruction to students over Zoom to significantly increase their scores as well as tehir chances of admission. Our students who go through our program consistently score 1550+ on the SAT and 35+ on the ACT, which is the benchmark score that top tier institutions seek in highly qualified applicants.
The SAT’s and ACT’s are an important factor that college admissions officers use to assess a student’s academic aptitude, particularly in Math, Reading, and Writing (and Science for the ACT). At AdmissionSight, we provide personalized, 1-on-1 instruction to help your child perform at the highest level.
Through high quality instruction from experts at the top of their fields, AdmissionSight students consistently score marks above 1550+ on the SAT’s and 35+ on the ACT exams, and 4’s and 5’s on their AP exams.
At AdmissionSight, our students practice with real former SAT and ACT exams administered by the College Board. Generally speaking, our students take one real, former SAT/ACT exam each week, followed by another session with additional practice problems to pinpoint the student’s strengths and weaknesses.
Our highly qualified instructors address the student’s weaknesses through crystal clear instruction and repetition of practice problems to solidify their conceptual understanding of the subject matter. Please consult with us with your standardized test prep needs.
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