We are one of the few companies out there that provides truly one-to-one tutoring over the internet in the comfort of your own home and with your choice of time and schedule. You can choose anywhere from 2 sessions to 5 sessions per week and you will have the same tutors assigned throughout the duration of the course. In addition to the live tutors, you will also have 24-hour email access and 24-hour customer support as well. These courses can be adjusted to your specific needs based on your requirements.

Overview

Nearly every college in America accepts the SAT / Subject Tests as a part of its admissions process. More than two million students take the SAT every year. The SAT Reasoning Test is a standard college entrance examination that measures skills in math, reading, and writing. The test takes 3 hours and 45 minutes. The first section is always a written essay, which takes 25 minutes, and the last section is always a multiple-choice writing section, which takes 10 minutes.The other sections (six 25-minute sections and two 20-minute sections), can appear in any order. One of the 25-minute sections(you won't know which) will not count toward your score; it is used to try out questions for future SATs. The SAT Critical Reading sections include other sections (six 25-minute sections and two 20-minute sections), can appear in any order. One of the 25-minute sections (you won't know which) will not count toward your score; it is used to try out questions for future SATs. The SAT Critical Reading sections include reading comprehension questions about full-length and paragraph-length passages. They also include sentence completions. The SAT Writing sections include multiple-choice questions on grammar, usage, word choice, and organization. The essay section asks you to respond to a prompt by developing a point of view supported by clear, well-organized ideas based on your experience and observations. The SAT Math sections include multiple-choice questions and grid-in questions, which require the student to generate a response. Topics include numbers and operations; algebra and functions; geometry and measurement; and statistics, probability, and data analysis.

Test Structure

 

Sections Question Type Number of Questions Time Allotted

Critical Reading

Sentence Completion

Passage-based reading

19

48

Two 25-minute sections; one 20-minute section

Total: 70 minutes

Writing

Identifying sentence errors

Improving sentences

Improving paragraphs

Essay writing

18

25

6

1 essay

Two 25-minute sections, one 10-minute section

Total: 60 minutes

Math

Multiple-choice

Grid-ins

44

10

Two 25-minute sections; one 20-minute section

Total: 70 minutes


Topics Covered

PART A: MATH:
The SAT Math sections include multiple-choice questions and  grid-in questions, which require the student to
generate a response. Topics include Numbers and Operations; Algebra II Functions and Graphs, Geometry (polygons, solid and circles)  Measurement, Statistics, Probability, Problem solving, Data analysis and Review.

PART B:  CRITICAL READING:
The SAT Critical Reading sections include reading comprehension questions about full-length and paragraph-length passages. They also include sentence completions.
 
PART C: WRITING
The SAT Writing sections include multiple-choice questions on grammar, usage, word choice, and organization. The essay section asks you to respond to a prompt by developing a point of view supported by clear, well-organized ideas based on your experience and observations.

DURATION / PRICING
It takes about 40 sessions to complete the entire SAT course. Our normal rates are $18 per hour. We would schedule the days and the times most convenient to you. Assessment tests are conducted at the beginning and end of the course as well as a progress review test every 4 weeks.

 
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Global Tutors  has provided tutoring services for our students during school, after school and over the summer.  The addition of Global tutors to our program allowed students to receive necessary assistance in both Reading and Math.  Furthermore, students were able to practice their technology skills.   Students have enjoyed talking with their tutor, receiving assistance and finally learning objectives that were once struggling points.  As a district, we enjoyed having the ability to provide the extra assistance and our parents were very pleased with the additional learning that took place.

Again this year, we have chosen to use Global Tutors to strengthen the math levels of our 11th grade students and again this year, we are seeing great things! The following positives were generated from students that are being tutored:

  • The teachers were very respectful and nice
  • The teacher taught very well and took their time to make sure ALL of the students understood the problem
  • The teacher would not move on from the question until every student in the online group understood the problem
  • Some students said that their tutor was very easy to understand
  • Global Tutoring really helped them to learn some of the things they didn’t know or had forgotten.
  • The small groups made the students feel like they were getting more personal attention
  • Having the correct answer given to them for each questions along with step by step explanations if the students didn’t get the correct answer.

We are delighted to have such a program in our school.

Shinese Johnson (Building Administrator)
Old Redford Preparatory High School
8001 W. Outer Drive
Detroit, Michigan 48235
Phone: 313-543-3080 Fax 313-543-3129