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Get private, 1-on-1 SAT tutoring from one of our knowledgeable test-taking experts. Our squad of experienced SAT tutors will create a personalized prep plan designed with you and your specific needs in mind, ensuring that you are prepared to not only take the SAT, but pass it with confidence.
Our team of tutors provide a wealth of study tips, test-taking strategies, and test-day best practices honed through decades of experience with the SAT. With their expertise & insights, you or your child are guaranteed to be set up for SAT success.
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One-on-One Online SAT Tutoring Tailored For Your Specific Needs
At Inspirica Pros, we understand that no two students are the same when it comes to test-taking, and that’s why we pride ourselves on custom-tailored tutoring solutions and individualized private tutoring programs.
Our tutors will work one-on-one with you or your child to unlock and understand the test inside and out, find the best preparation strategies on an individual basis, and create a SAT study plan that is specifically tailored to your strengths & weaknesses.
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Our Pros and the SAT go way back. We knew this test back when it was scored out of 1600, before it was scored out of 2400, before it was scored out of 1600 again. And though some of the structure and content has shifted over the years, our ability to help you maximize your score definitely hasn’t. The more things change, the more they stay the same.
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We know how busy you are, and we understand how challenging it may be to incorporate SAT preparation into your already hectic schedule. But with online tutoring from Inspirica Pros, you can get expert SAT tutoring whenever it’s convenient for you on your own schedule. No matter what, we strive to provide you with the best tutoring experience possible.
With our online tutoring programs, you can work with an SAT tutor from the comfort of your home. Our adaptable learning tools will help you realize your full potential at your own pace, setting you up for SAT success.
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For more than 30 years, we’ve provided expert 1:1 tutoring to clients across the globe. Our elite corps of professional tutors use their vast educational knowledge to cater the learning experience to the needs of each individual student, enabling efficient pathways to superior outcomes while prioritizing sensitivity and confidentiality. And since they’re armed with our industry-leading learning tools and diagnostics, our Pros have everything they need to help you maximize your results and minimize your stress.
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Brendan Mernin has been a leader in test prep and admissions since 1989. He has tutored, taught, and advised thousands of students and families worldwide; trained hundreds of teachers and tutors; and developed leading instructional content. He has appeared in The New York Times, New York Magazine, New York Post, and Slate, and on WBNC-TV. He was formerly Director of R&D for LSAT and ACT for a national test prep company.
Since Kenny began tutoring in 2014, he has worked with hundreds of students ranging from the elementary through high school level. Kenny Tan has a patient and creative approach to tutoring. He helps students identify their weaknesses and works to help them improve their knowledge and skills. Committed to helping his students improve, he is always easy to reach with any questions that pop up in between lessons.
Ryan tutors a variety of academic subjects, with math and writing being his favorites, as well as most of the least popular acronyms: ACT, SAT, LSAT, GMAT, and GRE. All told, he has almost 15 years of experience teaching students of a wide range of ages and learning styles, from self-directed young professionals looking for guidance as they prep independently to 10-year-olds who need to take regular cartwheel breaks.
Originally from Los Angeles, Naomi is a graduate of Harvard College where she received a Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering and a minor in African Studies. Since high school she has worked with students in various tutoring capacities and different subjects. She has worked privately with students over the past 7 years and her students have ranged in age from kindergarten students to high school seniors. Since moving to New York City Naomi has worked with several students from independent schools such as Horace Mann.
Yuliya is a kind and encouraging tutor who meets students where they are and then works with them to grow their understanding and build their confidence. Though Yuliya has had many students score in the 99th percentile on the SSAT and ISEE, her proudest tutoring achievement was when a student raised her ACT score from 23 to 28 in only 10.5 hours of tutoring. This student came in with an open mind and fully committed herself to the task at hand despite having only one chance to take the official test during her senior year.
Jennifer has twelve years of test prep experience, having worked with hundreds of students on the SAT, ACT, PSAT, ISEE, and the SAT II Literature test. Jennifer has tutored elementary, middle, and high school students at all levels, specializing in English literature, writing, grammar, and reading comprehension. She is also an expert at developing and polishing students’ college application essays, and has helped high schoolers gain acceptance to many top tier universities, including Stanford and Harvard.
Our Results-Driven Approach To SAT Tutoring
In order to match you with the ideal SAT tutor, our team will start by learning about your personality, your strengths and weaknesses, and where you have room for improvement. This ensures the tutoring process will be as smooth as possible and ensure that you’re getting the best resources for your learning process.
Once tutoring has begun, your Pro will continue to tailor the learning experience to meet your unique needs. From the way study material is presented to the practice work between tutoring sessions, you’ll learn on your own terms, which will set you up to succeed on the SAT and beyond.
Our Pros are more than just subject experts; they’re masters of learning and are there to assist you in every way possible during the SAT tutoring process. In addition to your tutor, there’s a team working with you every step of the way to make sure that you get the most out of your tutoring process.
Frequently Asked Questions About SAT Tutoring & Prep
What Is the SAT?
The SAT is a multiple-choice, standardized test for college admissions in the United Sates that is designed to assess a student's readiness for higher education. In addition to college admissions, the SAT is used by researchers studying human intelligence, and also is used by some employers for recruiting.
Does SAT tutoring improve your score?
According to the makers of the SAT, even just 8 hours of SAT tutoring and prep can lead to 90 point score increase on average. Additional tutoring beyond that can help even more - students who receive at least 20 hours of SAT tutoring typically see an average score increase of up to 115 points or more.
What should I look for in an SAT tutor?
When it comes to selecting an SAT tutor, you'll want to find someone who is not only a master of the SAT exam itself, but someone who is able to effectively teach the test material in a way that's easy for you to understand and retain. On top of that, you want an SAT tutor who understands your specific test-taking aptitude and works with you to improve your test-taking skills.
What is the best way to prepare for the SAT?
When it comes to preparing for the SAT, there are a variety of strategies a student should take. First, the earlier you start your SAT prep, the better, as you will want to diagnose your academic strengths and weaknesses as soon as possible. After that, you'll want to set a score goal for yourself so that you can design your prep process around achieving that score.
During the prep process, you will want to take at least two practice tests in order to familiarize yourself with the test as much as possible. Additionally, there are plenty of practice resources available online, so you'll want to review those as well.
Finally, beyond your regular studying, you may want to consider enlisting the help of an experienced SAT tutor who will help you get the most out of your SAT prep. Remember: preparing for the SAT is a marathon, not a sprint.
When should I start preparing for the SAT?
How much time you will need to prepare to take the SAT will vary student by student, but a general rule of thumb is to start preparing for the SAT at least 2-3 months in advance of test day.
When should high school students take the SAT?
Technically, you can take the SAT any time after you've started your freshman year of high school, though most students take the SAT in the spring of their junior year. The SAT is offered seven times a year in March, May, June, August, October, November, and December, so students have a variety of options that can fit their schedule and SAT-readiness.
How many times can I take the SAT?
Technically, a student can take the SAT as many times as they want or need to; however; we recommend that students take the SAT only 2-3 times. If you've already taken the SAT once and are planning on taking it again to increase your score, then it will be in your best interests to work with an SAT tutor or test prep professional to increase your chances of a better score.
How much does SAT tutoring cost?
The cost of an SAT tutor will vary depending on the type and length of the tutoring engagement. Generally speaking, a good SAT tutor will cost anywhere from $100 - $1000 an hour.
Fortunately, InspiricaPros has a variety of SAT tutors to meet your budget & your specific SAT prep needs.
Upcoming SAT Test Dates & Deadlines For 2023
|SAT Test Date||Deadline to Register||Deadline to Cancel|
|August 26th, 2023||Physical: July 28th, 2023; Digital: August 11th, 2023||August 15th, 2023|
|October 7th, 2023||Physical: September 8th, 2023; Digital: September 22nd, 2023||September 26th, 2023|
|November 4th, 2023||Physical: November 3rd, 2023; Digital: November 17th, 2023||October 24th, 2023|
|December 2nd, 2023||Physical: November 3rd 2023; Digital: November 17th, 2023||November 21st, 2023|
An Overview of the SAT Exam Format
The SAT is a multiple choice exam consisting of five separate sections: Reading, Writing & Language, and Math (With & Without a Calculator.) The entire tests contains 154 questions and takes 3 hours to complete. If you choose to take the optional essay section, the test will take 3 hours and 50 minutes in total.
|SAT Section||Time Limit||Number of Questions||Topics Covered|
|Reading||65 minutes||52 questions||Five passages including one literary passage from a fictional work, one or two passages from a U.S. founding document like the Constitution, one passage from a social sciences work like economics or sociology, and two passages from scientific works like biology or chemistry|
|Writing & Language||35 minutes||44 questions||Four total passages, including one at least one narrative passage from a historical event or scientific experiment, and three other argumentative passages|
|Math (With & Without Calculator)||80 minutes||58 questions||Analyzing & solving equations and systems of equations, expressions, inequalities, interpreting formulas, ratios, proportion, percentages, qualitative and quantitative data, quadratic equations, polynomials, geometry and trigonometric functions|
|Essay (Optional)||50 minutes||One essay||Analyzing an argument by reading & responding to one 650 to 750 word passage using evidence, reasoning, and other rhetorical skills|
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The SAT is one of the two major tests used by colleges and universities during their admissions processes. Though many high schools treat the SAT as if it is interchangeable with the ACT, the two tests are in reality very different from one another, and most students are better served by taking the one that best fits their individual style. Inspirica’s approach to the SAT starts with recognizing that fact, and our Agnostic Diagnostic will help you determine whether the SAT is the test that’s best for you.
SAT/ACT PathFinder Diagnostic
Many people mistakenly think that there’s no real difference between the SAT and the ACT, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. These two tests are actually very different, and every student is more likely to succeed on one than on the other. So how can you tell which test better fits your strengths without throwing away hours taking multiple diagnostics?
The answer is the SAT/ACT PathFinder, a proprietary testing tool designed to simulate both the ACT and the SAT in a single 3-hour session.
Related SAT Prep Resources
We’ve been doing this for a while now, and we’ve got more than enough knowledge to share. So if you have questions about these tests, from scoring to accommodations to fundamental strategies, you can find the answers here.
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