It’s no secret that there are many options for SAT tutoring in Newton, MA and the Greater Boston area. There are large companies, small companies, individual tutors, and referral networks. We hope you choose Tutoring Boston for your academic coaching, but whichever route you choose, please make sure to check out our post on what makes a great tutor.
Our model is so successful because it is customized to the individual student. If you are looking for an SAT tutor in Newton, please choose a teacher whose philosophy is based on personalization, not a “one size fits all” approach to tutoring. We take the time to get to know you as a learner, and develop a customized program tailored to help you reach your academic goals. In addition to individualized and differentiated instruction, Tutoring Boston operates on a two-tier approach: showing students both the content and strategy components of the SAT.
Remember, the SAT is not like a regular high school exam – it is its own test and needs to be prepared for in a very specific way. Standardized tests are designed to be tricky and confusing on purpose, so understanding how to take the test is just as important as understanding the actual academic material tested. For this reason, Tutoring Boston shows students specific strategies, techniques, approaches, and tips/tricks that can save time and help increase scores on the SAT.
Learn the best ways to solve system of equation problems, graphing problems, word problems, algebra problems, and more. Learn how to approach the reading and writing sections efficiently and effectively without wasting precious time. Let Tutoring Boston show you approaches and shortcuts, like picking your own number, designed specifically for the SAT.
We pride ourselves on providing expert 1-1 private tutoring for the SAT, ACT, PSAT, ISEE, SSAT and GRE standardized tests around the Boston area, including Arlington, Belmont, Brookline, Cambridge, Lexington, Medford, Newton, Needham, Somerville, Wellesley, Weston, and Winchester. Tutoring takes place at a convenient public place (Newton public libraries, coffee shops) or in the comfort of your home.
Want to work with us but you are not local to Massachusetts or the Greater Boston area? No problem – we regularly tutor SAT students around the country using an educational online platform (similar to Skype) which offers an interactive whiteboard, screen sharing, and file sharing.